introduce his life Manuel Veiga


Manuel Veiga (conceived 27 Walk 1948) is a Cape Verdean essayist, an etymologist with references in the public and global level and a legislator. He was priest of culture of his country from 2004 to 2011.

As an expert he did the biggest investigations and works of enthusiasm for the Cape Verdean Creole, an Upper Guinean type of Portuguese Creole. He was brought into the world in St Nick Catarina on the island of Santiago.

His most memorable grade school review was in the civil seat of his origin, Assomada from 1957 to 1961. He habitually went to the Catholic theological school of S. José (St. Joseph) in the city of Praia, capital of Cape Verde (then common) somewhere in the range of 1962 and 1974.

He learned at Instituto Prevalent de Estudos Teológicos (Higher Organization of Religious Examinations) in Coimbra, Portugal somewhere in the range of 1971 and 1974. He had gotten a degree in everyday phonetics and applied to the College of Aix-en-Provence in southern France somewhere in the range of 1975 and 1978, he returned again same college somewhere in the range of 1994 and 1997 and after a year, he went to College of Aix-Marseille I in 1998 under the bearing of Robert Chaudenson on a doctorate proposition named Le créole du Cap-Vert: étude grammaticale expressive et constrastive.[1]

He likewise partook in other public and specialized elements of his country, one of them was a teacher of Cape Verdean Creole at Escola Unrivaled de Educação (Instructive Secondary School), an organization presently known as Workforce of Sociologies, Humanities and Expressions which is important for the College of Cape Verde, where gotten a graduation in Cape Verdean Creole.

He was Pastor of Schooling at the semantic division, he was likewise Chief General of Culture (or Service of Culture) of Cape Verde from September 2004 to 2011,[2] the position was subsequently taken by Mário Lúcio, Chief General of the Social Legacy and Leader of the Public Social Establishment. He had been individual from the Worldwide Board of Creole Examinations addressing Cape Verde.

Different capabilities incorporated the leader of the Public Commission of the normalization of the Cape Verdean Creole letters in order.

As priest of culture, he granted Nelson Nunes Lobo the Decoration of Legitimacy in 2009 for the craftsman's contemporary workmanship artistic creations.


He was granted the award of the French Request of Legitimacy in 2000.

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