Miguel Bonasso

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Born (1940-05-17) May 17, 1940 (age 84)
Buenos Aires
  • Argentinian Guerrilla Leader
  • Writer
  • Politician

Miguel Luis Bonasso (born 17 May 1940) is a former Argentinian guerrilla leader, writer and politician. He was part of Montoneros during the '70s. After the returning of democracy in Argentina, he was elected national deputy and started a career as a journalist and writer of topics related to the National Reorganization Process and politics.

He was born in Buenos Aires. He started as journalist in the magazine "Leoplan", and since then became editor in chief of many magazines and newspapers of peronism ideology. He was part of La Opinión and after the democracy era in Argentina of Página 12. As member of Montoneros in '70s he was in charge of the area of press and communication with Rodolfo Walsh and Juan Gelman,[1] but he started to have discrepancies with some leaders of the organization such as Mario Firmenich.

He was elected National Deputy of Argentina as member of a small peronist party allied to Jorge Telerman, and served between 2003 and 2011, representing Buenos Aires.[2]


  1. "Miguel Bonasso desmintió una versión difundida por Horacio Verbitsky sobre los últimos días de Rodolfo Walsh". La Nación. 27 March 2022. Retrieved 2 September 2023.
  2. "Bonasso, en busca de votos porteños". Página 12. 1 July 2003. Retrieved 2 September 2023.

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