How can i convert this (preferably using bash/Perl/python) into a WIF that can be imported into (preferably) Electrum?
OpenSSL .pem files contain base-64 encoding of the values encoded using DER. In case of private keys they use PKCS#8 explained in RFC5208. To extract the key itself, you first have to decode the base-64 string and get the key out by reading the DER encoding (the posted example is missing 1 byte since the sequence length is 0x74 but the remaining bytes that come after it is 0x73 bytes). If you want to use OpenSSL itself, try using this command:
openssl pkey -in priv.pem -out priv.key
This should give you the key bytes. Now you have to convert them to WIF (base-58 with checksum). Use your favorite bitcoin library (I don't have any python suggestion but there are many you could find on GitHub) that has byte-to-Wif functions.
What does this mean? Wallet import format does not say anything about typing
Your one private key gives you one public key that could be used in both compressed and uncompressed form in many different output scripts which then you will see as a different type of address (P2PKH script -> address starting with 1; P2WPKH script -> address starting with bc1; ...). So when the private key is imported in a wallet, the wallet either has to look for all the output script types (like what Bitcoin-Core does) or ask the user to explicitly include the script type (which is what Electrum does).
In other words when you import a private key in Electrum with
p2pkh:<key> the wallet only checks the address starting with 1 (legacy or base58) and when import it with
p2wpkh:<key> it only checks the address starting with bc1 (native SegWit or bech32) and so on.
As a side note, there is BIP-0178 that proposed extending WIFs to address this and also Electrum briefly used a different way similar to this BIP but stopped because of incompatibility with other clients.