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Eduardo Héctor Iglesias Edit Profile

diplomat , educator , Lawyer

Eduardo Héctor Iglesias, Argentinian diplomat, lawyer, educator. Fellow International Court Justice, 1967, 70, Harvard Law School fellow, 1969. Member International Law Association, Venvies Club.

Background

Iglesias, Eduardo Héctor was born on May 3, 1936 in Buenos Aires.

Education

Graduate, University Buenos Aires, 1960.

Career

Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bern, Switzerland, 1971-1975;counsellor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, London, 1977-1980;commissioner, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, since 1978;minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, London, 1981-1982;chairman, International Whaling Commission, 1981-1985;director general, International Rivers, 1984;director general, Center American and Caribbean countries, 1985-1987;chairman bilateral commission, Rí de la Plata, Uruguay, 1984-1986;ambassador, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, La Paz, Bolivia, 1987-1991;undersecretary Latin American affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Buenos Aires, since 1991. Professor international law U. Buenos Aires and Argentine Catholic U., 1975-1984.

Membership

Member International Law Association, Venvies Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: chess, fencing.

Connections

Son of Hector Carlos and Victoria (Spinosa) I. Divorced 1984; children: Marina, Luciana. Married Cristina Busquet y Serra, 1988.

father:
Hector Carlos Iglesias

mother:
Victoria (Spinosa) Iglesias

spouse:
Cristina Busquet y Serra

children:
Marina Iglesias

Luciana Iglesias