Adolfo Suárez Illana
Adolfo Suárez e Illana (born Madrid, 5 May 1964) is a Spanish politician, lawyer, author and aficionado-practitioner of bullfighting. He is the eldest son of Adolfo Suárez y González, 1st Duke of Suárez, Spain's first democratically elected Prime Minister after the dictatorship of Francisco Franco. He studied at the University CEU San Pablo in Madrid and then Harvard in the United States. In 1990 he published his first collection of poetry titled Sueños. He worked at the Banco Popular from 1990-1993. In 1998 he founded the Madrid law firm "Suárez & Illana S.L." and he married Isabel Flores y Santos, daughter of the famous breeder of Spanish fighting bulls, Samuel Flores. The couple have two sons, Adolfo Suárez y Flórez and Pablo Suárez y Florez. In 2002 he was chosen by José María Aznar as the People's Party (PP) candidate for the post of Premier of the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha, but lost against the incumbent José Bono, of the Spanish Socialist Worker's Party (PSOE).