Enrique Múgica Herzog

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Enrique Múgica Herzog (San Sebastián Guipúzcoa, 1932) is an attorney and Spanish politician. A historical member of the PSOE, former Justice Minister (1988–1991), former congressman (1977–2000) and former Ombudsman (2000–2010).[1]

His father was a Basque violinist who was killed during the Civil War and his mother was French of Polish Jewish origin.


Preceded by
Fernando Ledesma Bartret
Ministry of Justice of Spain
1988–1991
Succeeded by
Tomás de la Quadra-Salcedo
Preceded by
Fernando Álvarez de Miranda
Defensor del Pueblo (Ombudsman)
2000–2010
Succeeded by
María Luisa Cava de Llano y Carrió

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