Julio María Sanguinetti Coirolo is a Uruguayan politician, lawyer and journalist, who served as President of Uruguay for the Partido Colorado. A lawyer and journalist by profession, he was born into a middle-class family of Italian origin from Genoa. He studied Law and Social Sciences at the University of Montevideo. He received his law degree in 1961, and later combined his legal practice with work as a journalist. He had already been writing for the press, first in the weekly Canelones and later, since 1955, as a columnist for Acción, a newspaper established by the then-President, Luis Batlle, for which he covered events such as the Cuban Revolution and carried on until the 1970s.
|Born:||Jan 6, 1936, Montevideo, Uruguay|
|Political party:||Colorado Party|
|Children:||Julio Luis, Emma|
|Residence:||Punta Carretas, Montevideo|
|Alma mater:||University of the Republic|
|Twitter:||Julio María Sanguinetti's Twitter profile|
About Julio Maria Sanguinetti
Politician and lawyer who was the President of Uruguay from 1985 to 1990. His tenure as President was marked by economic instability and high inflation.
He received his formal education at the University of Montevideo, where he studied Law and Social Sciences.
In 2007, Spain honored him with the FCG International Award for a Lifetime Achievement by the Cristóbal Gabarrón Foundation.
He had two children -- Julio Luis and Emma -- with wife Marta Canessa.
Like Jose Mujica, he is a prominent Uruguayan politician.
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