Guillermo Draper, Uruguay, is the politics editor of the Uruguayan weekly newspaper Búsqueda.

He participated in ICIJ’s Panama Papers investigation.

Draper has worked for Búsqueda since joining as a reporter in 2005. He received the National Press Prize of Uruguay and an honorable mention at the Ipys Latin American Investigative Journalism Award in 2017 for his investigation into Vice President Raúl Sendic’s personal use of a state-owned company’s credit card. Sendic subsequently resigned.

He is the co-author of the book "Marihuana Oficial. Crónica de un experimento Uruguayo", Random House, 2017.

He has a degree in mass communication from the Catholic University of Uruguay, where he teaches journalism.