Duilio Brunello

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Duilio Brunello
Federal Interventor of Córdoba
In office
1974–1974
Preceded by Mario Agodino
Succeeded by Raúl Lacabanne
Personal details
Political party None

Duilio Antonio Rafael Brunello was an Argentine Peronist politician. He served in the Argentine Senate, the Argentine Chamber of Deputies and as Federal Interventor of Córdoba, Argentina from March 15, 1974 to September 7, 1974.

Brunello was elected to the Senate in 1955 for Catamarca Province, taking office in April 1955. The coup of September 1955 dissolved the Senate. He was later a vice-president of the Justicialist Party and was a national deputy at the time of the 1976 coup. He has also been deputy minister for Social Development.

In 1990, Brunello received a presidential pardon from Carlos Menem relating to charges of embezzling government funds.[1]

Preceded by
Mario Agodino
Federal Interventor of Córdoba
1974-1974
Succeeded by
Raúl Lacabanne

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