Alejandro Atchugarry

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Alejandro Atchugarry
Alejandro Atchugarry.jpg
Minister of Economy and Finance of Uruguay
In office
24 July 2002 – 19 August 2003[1]
Preceded byAlberto Bensión
Succeeded byIsaac Alfie
Personal details
Born31 July 1952
Montevideo, Uruguay
Died19 February 2017 (aged 64)
Montevideo, Uruguay
Political partyColorado
Alma materUniversity of the Republic

Alejandro Víctor Washington Atchugarry Bonomi (31 July 1952 – 19 February 2017) was an Uruguayan lawyer and politician.

He served as Minister of Economics and Finance during the 2002 Uruguay banking crisis.[2] It was a widely acknowledged role in the solution of Uruguay's worst economic moment in a century.[3]

Atchugarry died of an aneurysm in Montevideo on 19 February 2017, aged 64.[4]

More reading[change | change source]

  • Paolillo, Claudio (2004). Con los días contados. Editorial Fin de Siglo. p. 430. ISBN 9789974493209.

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