Juan Carlos Blanco Estradé
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Juan Carlos Blanco Estradé (born 1934) is a Uruguayan lawyer and political figure.
He comes from a distinguished Uruguayan political family. His father Daniel Blanco Acevedo was a Deputy representing Montevideo in the 1940s and 1950s. His grandfather Juan Carlos Blanco Fernández was himself Uruguayan Foreign Minister in the 19th Century. His uncle Juan Carlos Blanco Acevedo was Foreign Minister in the 1920s.
He is a prominent member of the Colorado Party.
He qualified as a lawyer.
Subsequently he worked for many years for the Organization of American States.
He was Uruguayan Ambassador to the United Nations from 1982-1985.
On 17 January 2017 a court in Rome, Italy sentenced him to life imprisonment.
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