Mauricio Macri is an Argentinian businessman and politician who was the 52nd President of Argentina from 2015 to 2019. He has been the proposed Party leader of the Republican Party since its inception in 2005. Previously, he was the 5th leader of the Republican Party. Buenos Aires government office from 2007 to 2015, and was a member of the House of Representatives representing Buenos Aires from 2005 to 2007. Thoughtful, he identified himself as a moderate conservative and Argentine liberal. Born in Tandil, Argentina, Macri trained as a civil engineer at the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina and attended Columbia University for business school. After entering a business career, he was kidnapped in 1991, and after his release prompted him to join politics. He was president of the Boca Juniors football club from 1994 to 2007, restoring its profits raised its public record.
|Born||February 8, 1959, Tandil, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina|
|Political party||Republican Proposal (PRO)|
|Other political affiliations||Commitment to Change, Juntos por el Cambio|
|Spouse(s)||Yvonne Bordeu, Isabel Menditeguy, Juliana Awada|
|Parents||Franco Macri, Alicia Blanco Villegas|
|Education||Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Columbia University|
|Vice President||Gabriela Michetti|
|Preceded by||Cristina Fernández de Kirchner|
|Succeeded by||Alberto Fernández|
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Argentinian politician known for being elected president in 2015. He'd previously served two terms as the Chief of Government of Buenos Aires.
He studied at Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina. He entered politics by creating the Commitment to Change party in 2003, then formed the PRO in 2005.
He served as chairman of the Boca Juniors soccer club from 1995 to 2007, and had a brief return to the position in 2008. In 1991, he was kidnapped and held for ransom by the Argentine Federal Police.
His father a successful Italian businessman named Francesco. He married Juliana Awada, his third wife, in 2010.
He succeeded Cristina Fernández de Kirchner as president.
- President of Pro Tempore of the Confederation of South America
- Necklace of the Order of the Aztec Eagle
- Proposals from Republican politicians
- Kidnapped in Argentina
- Those who studied at Colegio Cardenal Newman
- Large necklace of the Order of the Southern Cross
- Mayor of Buenos Aires
- President of Argentina
- President of Boca Juniors
- Commitment to change politicians
- Argentine Roman Catholic
- The necklace of the Isabella Catholic Order
- Argentine businessman
- Members of the House of Representatives of Argentina
- Those named in the Panama Papers
- Columbia Business School alumni
- Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor
Latest information about Mauricio Macri updated on June 14 2021.