Manuel Ulloa Elías

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Manuel Ulloa Elías (12 November 1922 – 9 August 1992)[1] was a Peruvian politician and economist. He was Prime Minister (1980–1982), Minister of Economy (1968; 1980–1982) and President of the Senate.

His father was the former Foreign minister Alberto Ulloa Sotomayor and his great-grandfather the president Domingo Elías.

Ulloa studied high school at Colegio de la Inmaculada. He later attended the University of San Marcos, where he studied Law.

He married firstly Carmen García Elmore, daughter of a CEO of W. R. Grace and Company. Next he married a Belgian, Nadine van Perborgh, and thirdly in 1978 Isabel Zorraquín, marquise of Mariño. Lastly in 1987 Ulloa married Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia. They separated in 1989, but did not divorce, so Elizabeth became Ulloa's widow when he died in 1992.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Pedro Richter Prada
Prime Minister of Peru
1980 – 1983
Succeeded by
Fernando Schwalb López Aldana