Hugo Anzorreguy

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Hugo Alfredo Anzorreguy Recobiche (born July 10, 1938) was the Secretary of Intelligence of the Argentine Republic from January 30, 1990 to December 10, 1999, during most of Carlos Menem's presidency. At nine years, Anzorreguy was the longest serving Secretary of Intelligence, and was the head of SIDE during some of its most scandalous years.

Anzorreguy was born in the city of Buenos Aires, where he studied to be a lawyer. He is currently indicted in the AMIA Bombing case for tampering with evidence.

Preceded by
Juan Bautista Yofre
Secretary of Intelligence
1990–1999
Succeeded by
Jorge de la Rúa

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