Rodolfo Terragno Net Worth – Unknown
Produced on November 16, 1943 Rodolfo Terragno is an Argentine politician and attorney, former Senator and journalist having an unknown wages and net worth. Rodolfo Terragno became a esteemed journalist, named editor in chief for the news magazine Confirmado between 1967 and 1968, was a columnist for La Opinion paper, and an editor in Cuestionario magazine. Terragno became Adjuct Professor of Law at his alma mater in 1973. Bullying by the dictatorship installed in 1976 led to his exile in Caracas, where he became editor in chief of El Diario de Caracas. In 1980, he was named researcher for the Institute of Latin American Studies in London and for the London School of Economics, places he held until 1982. He stayed in London as editor in chief of Letters, until 1987.
Affiliated to the centrist Radical Civic Union since 1961, Rodolfo Terragno was named Minister of Public Works by President Raul Alfonsn in 1987, whereby he began a small program of privatizations. He sought the UCR’s Vice Presidential nomination in a ticket with Federico Storani, but was conquered by Alfonsin’s pick: Ro Negro State Governor Horacio Massaccesi. True to the fighting UCR, he consented to be Massaccesi’s Chief of Staff-designate in March, a move which didn’t stave off defeat in the May 1995 elections.
Out of Congress, Rodolfo Terragno sought and won election as President of the UCR, helping negotiate an effective coalition together with the center left Frepaso. The Coalition’s success in the 1997 midterm elections paved the way for his or her success in 1999. He was elected Senator for Buenos Aires in 2001 and served until 2007, where time he sat on a splinter UCR ticket. Terragno started attempts to join Vice President Julio Cobos within an alliance with ARI leader Elisa Carrio in January 2009, though no deal was reached.