Oscar Secco Ellauri

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Secco and the second or maternal family name is Ellauri.

Oscar Secco Ellauri (1904–1990) was a Uruguayan politician and historian, Education and Culture Minister from 1948 to 1951 during the government of Luis Batlle Berres and Foreign Affairs Minister from June 6, 1957 to February 28, 1959 during the administrations of Arturo Lezama (1957–1958) and Carlos Fischer (1958–1959). He was also deputy of the Representative Assembly of Montevideo, President of SODRE and Councilor of Secondary Education.

He was the grandnephew of José Eugenio Ellauri y Obes, President of the Republic from 1873 to 1875 and great grandson of José Longinos Ellauri Fernández, President of the Constituent Assembly of 1830 among other numerous political positions.

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