Eduardo Angeloz

Eduardo Angeloz
54th Governor of Córdoba
In office
December 11, 1983  December 10, 1995
Lieutenant Mario Negri
Preceded by Rubén Pellanda
Succeeded by Ramón Mestre
Personal details
Born (1931-10-18) October 18, 1931
Río Tercero, Córdoba
Political party Radical
Profession Lawyer

Eduardo César Angeloz (born October 18, 1931) is an Argentine politician. He was a presidential candidate and Governor of Córdoba from December 11, 1983 to December 11, 1995.

Angeloz was born in Río Tercero, Córdoba, and received a Law degree from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. He married Martha Marín, and the couple had two sons, Eduardo and Carlos, and a daughter, María Marta.

In 1953 Angeloz received his first Radical Civic Union Party mandate as President of the Youth Board in the city of Córdoba. In 1955 was appointed President of the Provincial Youth Board and President of the city Party in 1963. That year he was also elected as Provincial Senator, leading the UCR group. From 1972 to 1982 he served as President of the Party Provincial Board.

In 1973 Angeloz was elected a national Senator. In 1976, after the coup d'état, he held a position in the Organization of American States In 1983 he was elected the 54th Governor of Córdoba for the 1983–1987 period and re-elected in 1987 for the period 1987–1991.

Angeloz was the UCR presidential candidate in the 1989 elections, but was defeated by Justicialist Party nominee Carlos Menem. In 1991 he was re-elected as Governor for the 1991–1995 period, and from 1995 to 2001, he again served as a Senator. Shortly before being sworn in he was charged with embezzlement, together with some relatives and close friends who had served in high public positions during his mandate. He was found not guilty in 1998.


Political offices
Preceded by
Rubén Pellanda
Governor of Córdoba
Succeeded by
Ramón Mestre
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