Adolfo Suárez Illana
|Adolfo Suárez Illana|
5 May 1964 |
|Alma mater||University CEU San Pablo
|Occupation||politician, lawyer, author, bullfighting|
|Spouse(s)||Isabel Flores Santos-Suárez|
|Parents||Adolfo Suárez González
María Amparo Illana Elórtegui
He studied at the University CEU San Pablo in Madrid and then Harvard in the United States.
In 1998 he founded the Madrid law firm "Suárez & Illana S.L." and he married Isabel Flores Santos-Suárez, daughter of the famous breeder of Spanish fighting bulls, Samuel Flores López-Flores and his wife Isabel Santos-Suárez Barroso. The couple have two sons, Adolfo Suárez Flores and Pablo Suárez Flores.
In 2002 he was chosen by José María Aznar as the People's Party (PP) candidate for the post of Premier of the Autonomous Community of Castile-La Mancha, but lost against the incumbent José Bono, of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE).
Shortly after his father's death in 2014, it was reported that Adolfo Suárez Illana had asked King Juan Carlos I for the title of Duke of Suárez, which by the revised law of succession to noble titles was inherited by his niece Alejandra Suárez Romero, daughter of Mariam Suárez Illana, the eldest child of Adolfo Suárez González.
- Crónica El Mundo
- Boda de Samuel Flores, Jr.
- Juan Carlos Escudier (11 March 2014). "El hijo de Suárez pidió en 2009 al rey que le diera el título de duque de su padre y se lo quitara a su sobrina". Retrieved 21 March 2014.