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Eduardo Menem
... Eduardo Menem (30 April, 1938, Anillaco, La Rioja, Argentina) is an Argentine Justicialist Party politician ... Senator and the brother of former President Carlos Menem ... Menem was elected Senator for La Rioja Province for four terms (1983-1989, 1989-1995, 1995-2001, 2001-2005) ...
Ángel Maza - Political Career
... provincial government of La Rioja under then governor Carlos Menem, continuing until 1992, when Menem, by now President of Argentina, appointed Maza as minister for mining, a position which he ... as minister and collaborator of former President and La Rioja governor Carlos Menem, whose family dominated local politics ... This was seen as a final defeat against Carlos Menem by Kirchner ...
Lorenzo Miguel - Life and Times - Persecution, Return and Twilight
... and Alfonsín's successor, President Carlos Menem ... Menem, a lifelong Peronist who had been nominated partly with Miguel's last-minute support, quickly took to privatizing Argentina's array of State enterprises, a surprise ... The now compliant Miguel was compelled to call off a strike even after Menem's 1991 sell-off of SOMISA, then Argentina's largest steelmaker, and to support Menem's 1995 ...
Argentine Legislative Election, 1993 - Background
... Success during the 1991 mid-term elections had encouraged President Carlos Menem to approve accelerated plans for privatizations, business deregulation, and more flexible labor laws proposed by ... Storm clouds were never far from Menem's political summer skies, however ... corruption published by muckraking journalist Horacio Verbitsky led to the resignation of Menem's chief strategist, Interior Minister José Luis Manzano, and to that of a key ally, Buenos Aires Mayor Carlos ...
Argentine Legislative Election, 1991 - Background
... Amid sudden hyperinflation and riots, Governor Carlos Menem exhorted voters in May 1989 that "following me will not disappoint you!" Elected in a landslide, his administration had a rocky start marked by an ... crisis in January 1991 led President Menem to transfer his Foreign Minister, Domingo Cavallo, to the Economics Ministry ... billion trade surplus in 1990 and partly by the assumption that Menem's free-market policies would encourage a wave of foreign direct investment, Cavallo's Convertibility Plan tied the Argentine currency to the U.S ...