Minister of State and National Property Romy Schmidt of Chile

Romy Schmidt received a law degree from the Central University, and holds a Masters in Handicapped Persons Affairs from the University of Salamanca, Spain.
We want the whole country to know what happened and where, National Property Minister Romy Schmidt said at the start of an international seminar on historic preservation in the Chilean capital, Santiago.
Schmidt said the new map would be available on the Internet and would show at least 515 government buildings that were used to repress Pinochet's opponents.
Schmidt said she sympathized with the activists argument but countered that her ministry had to proceed carefully and not create new political tensions.
National Patrimony Minister Romy Schmidt said that coastal beaches are public property and that access to them therefore cannot be blocked.