Luis Miró Quesada

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Luis Joaquín Miró-Quesada de la Guerra (1880–1976) was a Peruvian journalist and politician in the early 20th century. He was the mayor of Lima from 1916 to 1918, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1931) and director of El Comercio.

He studied at Universidad Mayor de San Marcos.

Preceded by
Nicanor Carmona
Mayor of Lima
Succeeded by
Manuel Yrigoyen