Rogelio Frigerio

For the secretary of Frondizi, see Rogelio Julio Frigerio.
Rogelio Frigerio.

Rogelio Frigerio (born January 7, 1970, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine economist and politician. He is the grandson of Rogelio Julio Frigerio, who worked with Arturo Frondizi. He is a supporter of developmentalism.


Rogelio Frigerio studied economy at the University of Buenos Aires, and worked as a teacher after graduating. He worked for the minister Roque Pérez in 1998.[1]

He was elected to the legislature of the city of Buenos Aires in 2011. He became president of Banco Ciudad in 2013.[1]

Mauricio Macri, elected president in 2015, nominated him to be his Minister of Interior Affairs, Public Works and Housing.[1]


  1. 1 2 3 "Rogelio Frigerio, ministro del Interior" [Rogelio Frigerio, minister of Interior] (in Spanish). La Nación. November 25, 2015. Retrieved November 30, 2015.
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