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Carlos Aldunate Solar

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Role  Politician
Alma mater  University of Chile
Died  June 14, 1931, Chile

Profession  Politician
Education  University of Chile
Name  Carlos Solar
Party  Conservative Party
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Political party  Partido Conservador

Carlos Aldunate Solar (May 11, 1856 - June 14, 1931) was a politician in the Partido Conservador of Chile.



He was born in Santiago on May 11, 1856 and died in Santiago on June 14, 1931. Solar was a descendant of José Miguel Carrera.

Studies and Career

  • Solar studied at the Instituto Nacional, Facultad de Derecho, and the University of Chile.
  • He was sworn in as an attorney for the Board of Charities on January 10, 1876, where he worked for 15 years.
  • From October 16, 1922, to December 21, 1922 he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cult, and Colonization.
  • From September 12, 1924, to January 23, 1925, he was the Minister of Foreign of Affairs.
  • Solar was the co-owner of Parcela en Lampa, Sector Lo Fontecilla, in Santiago.
  • Senator from 1915 to 1921.
  • Partido Conservador chairman for several terms.
  • Deputy under President Arturo Alessandri.
  • Vice President of the Senate in 1913.
  • References

    Carlos Aldunate Solar Wikipedia

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