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He attended high school at the Tirso de Molina School in Ferrol (1945-1952). He holds a degree and doctorate in Law from the University of Salamanca (1952-1958) and was a professor of Political and Constitutional Law at the universities of Oviedo, Alcalá de Henares, UNED and Complutense (1976-2005). During the Franco regime he suffered political persecution and was exiled to various towns in Albacete.
Morodo has been rector of the Menéndez Pelayo International University and vice-president of the Liberal and Progressive International (1989-1992). He wrote the first part of his memoirs under the title Atando cabos. Memoirs of a moderate conspirator. He is also honorary president of the association Foro Milicia y Democracia.
Ambassador and professor Morodo was inducted on March 12, 2013 into the Royal Academy of Moral and Political Sciences with a speech dedicated to the constitutionalists and precursors of the Cadiz Constitution of 1812 Ramón Salas and Eudaldo Jaumeandreu.

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He attended high school at the Tirso de Molina School in Ferrol (1945-1952). He holds a degree and doctorate in Law from the University of Salamanca (1952-1958) and was a professor of Political and Constitutional Law at the universities of Oviedo, Alcalá de Henares, UNED and Complutense (1976-2005). During the Franco regime he suffered political persecution and was exiled to various towns in Albacete.
Morodo has been rector of the Menéndez Pelayo International University and vice-president of the Liberal and Progressive International (1989-1992). He wrote the first part of his memoirs under the title Atando cabos. Memoirs of a moderate conspirator. He is also honorary president of the association Foro Milicia y Democracia.
Ambassador and professor Morodo was inducted on March 12, 2013 into the Royal Academy of Moral and Political Sciences with a speech dedicated to the constitutionalists and precursors of the Cadiz Constitution of 1812 Ramón Salas and Eudaldo Jaumeandreu.

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He attended high school at Tirso de Molina School in Ferrol (1945-1952). He holds a degree and doctorate in Law from the University of Salamanca (1952-1958) and was a professor of Political and Constitutional Law at the universities of Oviedo, Alcalá de Henares, UNED and Complutense (1976-2005). During the Franco regime he suffered political persecution and was exiled to various towns in Albacete.
Morodo has been rector of the Menéndez Pelayo International University and vice-president of the Liberal and Progressive International (1989-1992). He wrote the first part of his memoirs under the title Atando cabos. Memoirs of a moderate conspirator. He is also honorary president of the association Foro Milicia y Democracia.
Ambassador and professor Morodo was inducted on March 12, 2013 into the Royal Academy of Moral and Political Sciences with a speech dedicated to the constitutionalists and precursors of the Cadiz Constitution of 1812 Ramón Salas and Eudaldo Jaumeandreu.

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In his opinion, «the constant meetings of both governments in Madrid, Lisbon or Brussels have helped to solve many problems, some of them chronic, such as the agreement on the waters of the common rivers or the conflict over fishing limits». Cultural exchanges are growing every day, relations between neighboring regions are intensifying unabated and the social fabric is becoming more and more intertwined. «Portuguese misgivings have not completely disappeared,» he warns, «but they have been greatly diluted and understanding is constant, even in military environments.
«Therefore, the pre-democratic, democratic, political and family relations facilitated my relations with the cultural, university and political world; and as an ambassador, with the business world, helping and dissolving mutual prejudices. Today I see that democratic Iberianism has been revalued and has become very expansive, since it had a lot of validity in some sectors of Portuguese society».