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Image File history File links Flag_of_Venezuela_(state). ... Map of Venezuela Venezuela is divided into 23 states (estados), 1 Capital District (Distrito Capital) and the Federal Dependencies (Dependencias Federales de Ultramar) that consist on a large number of Venezuelan islands. ... This is a list of cities in Venezuela. ... A map showing the location of Lake Maracaibo. ... Nickname: La Sultana del Avila (English:The Avilas Sultan) La Sucursal del paraiso Motto: Ave María Santísima, sin pecado concebida, en el primer instante de su ser natural. ... Nickname: Motto: Muy noble y leal Coordinates: , Country State Counties Maracaibo Government  - Mayor Gian Carlo Di Martino (2000 – 2008) Area  - City 550 km²  (212. ... Maturín is the capital of the Venezuelan state of Monagas. ... City motto: (English:) City nickname: Capital industrial de Venezuela (English: Industrial capital of Venezuela) Location of Valencia Mayor Francisco Cabrera Santos (2004 – 2008) Population   â€“Total (2001)   â€“Density Metropolitan area 1,400,000 xxx - km² Time zone UTC –4 Latitude Longitude 10º 10´11 N 68º.59´12 W Official website... It has been suggested that ONIDEX be merged into this article or section. ... Elections in Venezuela gives information on election and election results in Venezuela. ... List of Presidents of Venezuela José Antonio Páez (1830-1835) José María Vargas (1835-1837) Carlos Soublette (1837-1839) José Antonio Páez (1839-1843) Carlos Soublette (1843-1847) José Tadeo Monagas (1847-1851) José Gregorio Monagas (1851-1855) José Tadeo Monagas (1855-1858) Julián Castro (1858... The National Assembly (Spanish Asamblea Nacional) is the current legislative branch of the Venezuelan government. ... Political parties in Venezuela lists political parties in Venezuela. ... In April 2006 the Venezuelan government passed The Law of Communal Councils (consejo comunales) which empowers local citizens to form neighbourhood based elected councils that initiate and oversee local policies and projects towards community development. ... Venezuelas declared priorities in the international arena are: Respect for human rights; The right of all people to self-determination; Nonintervention in the internal affairs of other nations; Peaceful settlement of disputes between nations, including border disputes; The right of all people to peace and security; and Support for... The foreign policy of Hugo Chávez concerns the policy initiatives made towards other nations by the current President of Venezuela. ... This is the history of Venezuela. ... The Venezuelan War of Independence in 1811-1812 was Venezuelas first war for independence from Spanish colonial rule. ... The Viceroyalty of New Granada was the name given to a group of colonial provinces in northern South America, corresponding mainly to modern Colombia. ... Bolívars War refers to a series of independence wars in South America from 1811 to 1825 led by the famous South American nationalist and general Simón Bolívar. ... The Battle of Carabobo was fought between South American independence fighters, led by Simón Bolívar, and royalist forces seeking to preserve Spanishs American empire. ... Antonio José de Sucre (February 3, 1795 – June 4, 1830) was a South American independence leader. ... Combatants Greater Colombia Spanish Empire Commanders José Prudencio Padilla Ángel Laborde The Battle of Lake Maracaibo was fought on July 24, 1823 in Venezuelas Lake Maracaibo between Almirante (Admiral) José Prudencio Padilla and Royalist Captain Ángel Laborde. ... Angostura was the name of the town in Eastern Venezuela that was renamed Ciudad Bolívar in 1846. ... Gran Colombia Capital Bogotá Language(s) Spanish Religion Roman Catholic Government Republic History  - Established December 17, 1819  - Disestablished November 19, 1831 Gran Colombia (Spanish for Great Colombia) is a name used today for the Republic of Colombia of the period 1819-1831. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías (IPA: ) (born July 28, 1954) is the current President of Venezuela. ... The Bolivarian Revolution refers to a mass social movement and political process in Venezuela. ... The Demographics of Venezuela are the condition and overview of Venezuelas peoples. ... The Venezuelan people have a very rich and very diverse cultural heritage. ... Catholic Church redirects here. ... The Bolivarian Missions are a series of social justice, social welfare, anti-poverty, educational, electoral and military recruiting programs implemented under the administration of the current Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez. ... Image File history File links Venezuela_coat_of_arms. ... It has been suggested that ONIDEX be merged into this article or section. ...



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The President of Venezuela (Spanish: Presidente de Venezuela) is both the head of state and head of government of Venezuela. The current presidential term is for six years with one possibility of immediate re-election, and with the constitutionally guaranteed recourse of holding a popular recall referendum anytime within the last three years of a presidential term. Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías (IPA: ) (born July 28, 1954) is the current President of Venezuela. ... The Cabinet of Hugo Chávez is the circle high level ministerial officials and appointees who coordinate the day to day management of the Venezuelan federal government in conjunction with the current President of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez. ... The National Assembly (Spanish Asamblea Nacional) is the current legislative branch of the Venezuelan government. ... Cilia Flores is (as of 2007) the president of the National Assembly of Venezuela. ... Political parties in Venezuela lists political parties in Venezuela. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Bolivarian Revolution refers to a mass social movement and political process in Venezuela. ... The Bolivarian Missions are a series of social justice, social welfare, anti-poverty, educational, electoral and military recruiting programs implemented under the administration of the current Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez. ... Hugo Chávez is a passionately disputed personality. ... Elections in Venezuela gives information on election and election results in Venezuela. ... Venezuela is divided into 23 states (estados), 1 Capital District (Distrito Capital) and the Federal Dependencies (Dependencias Federales de Ultramar) that consist of a large number of Venezuelan islands. ... Venezuelas states, capital district, and federal dependencies have been grouped into administrative regions since a 1969 decree on regionalization that institutionalized a process of region development. ... This does not cite its references or sources. ... Venezuelas declared priorities in the international arena are: Respect for human rights; The right of all people to self-determination; Nonintervention in the internal affairs of other nations; Peaceful settlement of disputes between nations, including border disputes; The right of all people to peace and security; and Support for... The foreign policy of Hugo Chávez concerns the policy initiatives made towards other nations by the current President of Venezuela. ... United States-Venezuela relations have traditionally been close, characterized by an important trade and investment relationship and cooperation in combating the production and transit of illegal narcotics. ... Israel-Venezuela relations have historically been strong. ... Since the Elections of Hugo Chavez in 1999. ... Information on politics by country is available for every country, including both de jure and de facto independent states, inhabited dependent territories, as well as areas of special sovereignty. ... President is a title held by many leaders of organizations, companies, trade unions, universities, and countries. ... For the comedy film of the same name, see Head of State (film). ... The head of government is the chief officer of the executive branch of a government, often presiding over a cabinet. ...


The designation "President" encompasses only those persons who were sworn into office as President of Venezuela following Venezuela's declaration of independence from Spanish colonial rule, which took effect on July 5, 1811. The first president, taking office on July 5, 1811, was one of the three signatories of the Declaration of Independence: Cristóbal Mendoza. [1] Cecil Rhodes: Cape-Cairo railway project. ... is the 186th day of the year (187th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... For the US Federal Agent designation, see Special agent. ... Cristóbal Hurtado de Mendoza, first President of Venezuela, was born in Trujillo, Venezuela, June 23, 1772 and was educated by his father in a Franciscan Monastery under the tutelage of Friar Antonio de Pereira. ...


Owing to the profound turmoil of the South American Wars of Independence and the period of Gran Colombia over what is now Venezuela, this page has gaps between 1814 and 1819. The Congress of Angostura appointed Simón Bolivar "Jefe Supremo de la República de Venezuela" (Supreme Commander of the Republic of Venezuela) from 1819 until 1830. The list below includes interim 'caretaker' as well as regular serving presidents, and democratically-installed presidents as well as those installed by other means (e.g.; Marcos Pérez Jiménez). Because Spain was virtually cut off from its colonies during the Peninsular War of 1808–1814, Latin America was, in these years, ruled by independent juntas. ... Gran Colombia Capital Bogotá Language(s) Spanish Religion Roman Catholic Government Republic History  - Established December 17, 1819  - Disestablished November 19, 1831 Gran Colombia (Spanish for Great Colombia) is a name used today for the Republic of Colombia of the period 1819-1831. ... Angostura was the name of the town in Eastern Venezuela that was renamed Ciudad Bolívar in 1846. ... Simón Bolívar Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolívar y Palacios (July 24, 1783 – December 17, 1830) was a South American revolutionary leader. ... Marcos Pérez Jiménez Marcos Pérez Jiménez (April 25, 1914 – September 20, 2001) was president of Venezuela from 1952 to 1958. ...

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The first numbering column reflects the number of the presidency. Since its creation as a republic in 1812, Venezuela has had a total to date of 70 presidencies: a single person serving a single term beginning with Cristóbal Mendoza. The second column reflects uninterrupted time in office served by a single person. For example, Juan Crisóstomo Falcón served two consecutive terms and is counted in the first column as both 20th presidency and 21st presidency anthis is buld in the second column as 19th presidential office. The third column lists the actual numbering of distinct individual presidents. Venezuela has been ruled by a total of forty-three men to date. Many of the men listed below became President on a provisional basis as they waited for the arrival of the elected or regular president, such as commonly occurs in the aftermath of a civil war, rebellion, or coup d'état. As a consequence, other Venezuelan presidential rosters may not choose to include the terms below, citing the extreme brevity of certain terms, unusual circumstances that may have surrounded a president's ascendancy into office, and other factors. The colors shaded about each president indicate the political party affiliation of each President (see key, below). Cristóbal Hurtado de Mendoza, first President of Venezuela, was born in Trujillo, Venezuela, June 23, 1772 and was educated by his father in a Franciscan Monastery under the tutelage of Friar Antonio de Pereira. ... Juan Crisóstomo Falcón y Zavarce (27 January 1820 – 29 April 1870) was president of Venezuela (1863-1868). ... A civil war is a war in which parties within the same culture, society or nationality fight against each other for the control of political power. ... Look up rebellion in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Coup redirects here. ...


List of Presidents of Venezuela

██ Fifth Republic Movement ██ Independent ██ Military government ██ Democratic Action ██ COPEI The Fifth Republic Movement (Spanish: Movimiento V [Quinta] República, MVR) is a left-wing political party in Venezuela which was founded by Hugo Chávez, the current President of Venezuela. ... A military dictatorship is a form of government wherein the political power resides with the military; it is similar but not identical to a stratocracy, a state ruled directly by the military. ... The Democratic Action(Acción Democrática or AD) is a Venezuelan social democratic political party. ... Copei - Social Christian Party of Venezuela (Copei, Partido Social Cristiano de Venezuela) is a political party in Venezuela. ...

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President Dates in office Form of entry Occupation
1 1 1 Cristóbal Mendoza 1811-1813 Elected by First Congress Lawyer / Politician
2 2 2 Simón Bolívar 1813-1814 Indirect elections Military general
3 3 2 Simón Bolívar 1819-1830 Indirect elections Military general
4 4 3 José Antonio Páez 1830-1835 Indirect elections Military general
5 5 Andrés Narvarte 1835-1835 Acting President Lawyer / politician
6 5 4 José María Vargas 1835-1835 Indirect elections Physician
7 Santiago Mariño 1835-1835 Acting President Militar / politician
8 6 José María Carreño 1835-1835 Acting President Military general
9 4 José María Vargas 1835-1836 Restoration Physician
10 6 5 Andrés Narvarte 1836-1837 Interim caretaker Lawyer / politician
11 7 6 José María Carreño 1837-1837 Interim caretaker Military general
12 8 7 Carlos Soublette 1837-1839 Interim caretaker Military general
13 9 3 José Antonio Páez 1839-1843 Indirect elections Military general
14 10 7 Carlos Soublette 1843-1847 Indirect elections Military general
15 11 8 José Tadeo Monagas 1847-1851 Indirect elections Military general
16 12 9 José Gregorio Monagas 1851-1855 Indirect elections Military general
17 13 8 José Tadeo Monagas 1855-1858 Indirect elections Military general
18 14 10 Pedro Gual Escandon 1858-1858
19 15 11 Julián Castro 1858-1859 Coup d'état Military general
20 16 10 Pedro Gual Escandon 1859-1859
21 17 11 Manuel Felipe Tovar 1859-1861 Coup d'état (first term);
direct elections (second term)
Politician
22 18 10 Pedro Gual Escandon 1861-1861
23 19 3 José Antonio Páez 1861-1863
24 20 12 Juan Crisóstomo Falcón 1863 - 1865 Victory in the Federal War (first term)
25 20 12 Juan Crisóstomo Falcón 1865 - April 1868 Indirect elections (second term) Military general
26 21 13 Manuel Ezequiel Bruzual 1868-1868
27 22 14 Guillermo Tell Villegas 1868-1869
28 23 15 José Ruperto Monagas 1869-1870 Revolution Military general
29 24 14 Guillermo Tell Villegas 1870-1870
30 25 16 Antonio Guzmán Blanco 1870-1877 Revolution (first term) Lawyer / Military general
31 25 16 Antonio Guzmán Blanco 1870-1877 Indirect elections (second term) Lawyer / Military general
32 26 17 Francisco Linares Alcántara 1877-1878 Indirect elections Military general
33 27 18 José Gregorio Varela 1878-1878
34 28 16 Antonio Guzmán Blanco 1879-1880 Election by the Federal States Lawyer / Military general
35 28 16 Antonio Guzmán Blanco 1880-1882 Election by the Federal States Lawyer / Military general
36 28 16 Antonio Guzmán Blanco 1882-1884 Election by the Federal States Lawyer / Military general
37 29 18 Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo 1884-1886 Elections by the Federal States Military general
38 30 16 Antonio Guzmán Blanco 1886-1887 Elections by the Federal States Lawyer / Military general
39 31 19 Hermógenes López 1887 - 1888 Intermin caretaker Military general
40 32 20 Juan Pablo Rojas Paúl 1888 - 1890 Elections by the Federal States Lawyer
41 33 27 Raimundo Andueza Palacio 1890-1892 Elections by the Federal States Lawyer
42 34 Guillermo Tell Villegas 1892-1892
43 35 28 Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo 1892-1894 Revolution Military general
44 35 29 Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo 1894-1898 Revolution Military general
45 36 30 Ignacio Andrade 1898-1899 Direct elections Politician
46 37 31 Cipriano Castro Ruiz 1899-1908 Revolution Military general
47 38 32 Juan Vicente Gómez 1908-1914 Coup d'état Military general
48 39 Victorino Márquez Bustillos 1915-1922 Appointed provisional president[1] Lawyer / politician
49 40 32 Juan Vicente Gómez 1922-1929
50 41 Juan Bautista Pérez May 30, 1929 - June 13, 1931 Indirect election by the National Assembly Lawyer / magistrate
51 42 32 Juan Vicente Gómez 1931-1935 Indirect election by the National Assembly Military general
52 43 33 Eleazar López Contreras 1935-1936 Interim caretaker (first term)
53 43 34 Eleazar López Contreras 1936-1941 Indirect elections (second term) Military general
54 44 35 Isaías Medina Angarita 1941-1945 Indirect elections Military general
55 45 36 Rómulo Ernesto Betancourt Bello October 18, 1945 - 17 February 1948 Coup d'état Politician
56 46 37 Rómulo Gallegos Freire February 17, 1948 - 24 November 1948 Direct elections Writer / Novelist
57 47 38 Carlos Delgado Chalbaud November 24, 1948 - 13 November 1950 Coup d'état Military officer
58 48 39 Germán Suárez Flamerich November 13, 1950 - 2 December 1952 Interim caretaker Lawyer
59 49 40 Marcos Pérez Jiménez December 2, 1952 - 23 January 1958 Indirect elections Military officer
60 50 41 Wolfgang Larrazábal January 23, 1958 - 14 November 1958 Coup d'état Rear admiral
61 51 42 Edgar Sanabria November 14, 1958 - 13 February 1959 Interim caretaker Lawyer
62 52 43 Rómulo Ernesto Betancourt Bello February 13, 1959 - 13 March 1964 Direct elections Politician
63 53 44 Raúl Leoni Otero March 13, 1964 - 11 March 1969 Direct elections Lawyer
64 54 45 Rafael Caldera Rodríguez March 11, 1969 - 12 March 1974 Direct elections Lawyer
65 55 46 Carlos Andrés Pérez Rodríguez March 12, 1974 - 12 March 1979 Direct elections Politician
66 56 47 Luis Herrera Campins March 12, 1979 - 2 February 1984 Direct elections Lawyer
67 57 48 Jaime Lusinchi February 2, 1984 - 2 February 1989 Direct elections Physician
68 58 49 Carlos Andrés Pérez Rodríguez[2] February 2, 1989 - 21 May 1993 Direct elections Politician
69 Octavio Lepage Barreto[3] May 21, 1993 - 5 June 1993 Interim president Lawyer / Politician
70 59 50 Ramón José Velásquez June 5, 1993 - 2 February 1994 Interim president Writer
71 60 51 Rafael Caldera Rodríguez February 2, 1994 - 2 February 1999 Direct elections Lawyer
72 61 52 Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías[4] 2 February 1999 - 11 April 2002 Direct Elections Military officer
(Lt. colonel)
73 62 52 Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías 11 April 2002 - 10 January 2007 Direct elections Military officer
(Lt. colonel)
74 63 52 Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías 10 January 2007 - present Direct elections Military officer
(Lt. colonel)

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Santiago Mariño is a municipality (municipio) in Aragua State, Venezuela. ... Image File history File links PresidenteJoseMariaCarreno. ... José María Carreño was President of Venezuela in 1837. ... Image File history File links José_María_Vargas. ... José María Vargas was President of Venezuela 1835-1836. ... Image File history File links Andrés_Narvarte. ... Andrés Narvarte (b. ... Image File history File links PresidenteJoseMariaCarreno. ... José María Carreño was President of Venezuela in 1837. ... Image File history File links PresidenteCarlosSoublette. ... Carlos Soublette was President of Venezuela 1837-1839 and 1843-1847. ... Photograph of José Antonio Páez, taken in the mid 19th century. ... José Antonio Páez José Antonio Páez (June 13, 1790 - May 6, 1873) was the first President of Venezuela. ... Image File history File links PresidenteCarlosSoublette. ... Carlos Soublette was President of Venezuela 1837-1839 and 1843-1847. ... Image File history File links PresidenteJoseTadeoMonagas. ... José Tadeo Monagas was President of Venezuela 1847-1851 and 1855-1858. ... Image File history File links JoseGregorioMonagas. ... José Gregorio Monagas was President of Venezuela 1851-1855. ... Image File history File links PresidenteJoseTadeoMonagas. ... José Tadeo Monagas was President of Venezuela 1847-1851 and 1855-1858. ... Image File history File links Pedrogual. ... Pedro José Ramón Gual Escandon (1783-1862) was President of Venezuela in 1858, in 1859 and in 1861. ... Image File history File links Juliancastro. ... Julián Castro was President of Venezuela 1858-1859. ... Image File history File links Pedrogual. ... Pedro José Ramón Gual Escandon (1783-1862) was President of Venezuela in 1858, in 1859 and in 1861. ... Image File history File links PresidenteManuelFelipeTovar. ... Manuel Felipe Tovar was President of Venezuela 1859-1861. ... Image File history File links Pedrogual. ... Pedro José Ramón Gual Escandon (1783-1862) was President of Venezuela in 1858, in 1859 and in 1861. ... Photograph of José Antonio Páez, taken in the mid 19th century. ... José Antonio Páez José Antonio Páez (June 13, 1790 - May 6, 1873) was the first President of Venezuela. ... Image File history File links PresidenteJuanCrisostomoFalcon. ... Juan Crisóstomo Falcón y Zavarce (27 January 1820 – 29 April 1870) was president of Venezuela (1863-1868). ... Image File history File links PresidenteJuanCrisostomoFalcon. ... Juan Crisóstomo Falcón y Zavarce (27 January 1820 – 29 April 1870) was president of Venezuela (1863-1868). ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Manuel Ezequiel Bruzual was President of Venezuela in 1868. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Guillermo Tell Villegas was President of Venezuela in 1868, then in 1892. ... Image File history File links PresidenteJoseRupertoMonagas. ... José Ruperto Monagas was President of Venezuela 1868-1870. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Guillermo Tell Villegas was President of Venezuela in 1868, then in 1892. ... Image File history File links PresidenteGuzmanBlanco. ... Antonio Guzmán Blanco (1829–1899) President of Venezuela, a caudillo who dominated the nation from 1870 to 1888. ... Image File history File links PresidenteGuzmanBlanco. ... Antonio Guzmán Blanco (1829–1899) President of Venezuela, a caudillo who dominated the nation from 1870 to 1888. ... Image File history File links PresidenteLinaresAlcantara. ... Francisco de Paula Linares Alcántara (April 13, 1825 - November 30, 1878) was President of Venezuela (1877-1878) and a member of the Liberal Party of Venezuela, military and Venezuelan politician, president of the Republic (1877-1878), Congress gave him the title of “the Great Democrat” // Francisco Linares Alcántara... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... José Gregorio Varela was President of Venezuela in 1878. ... Image File history File links PresidenteGuzmanBlanco. ... Antonio Guzmán Blanco (1829–1899) President of Venezuela, a caudillo who dominated the nation from 1870 to 1888. ... Image File history File links PresidenteGuzmanBlanco. ... Antonio Guzmán Blanco (1829–1899) President of Venezuela, a caudillo who dominated the nation from 1870 to 1888. ... Image File history File links PresidenteGuzmanBlanco. ... Antonio Guzmán Blanco (1829–1899) President of Venezuela, a caudillo who dominated the nation from 1870 to 1888. ... Venezuelan President Joaquín Crespo, scanned from engraving in 1896 book This image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired in the United States and those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 100 years. ... Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo (1841? - April 16, 1898) was president of Venezuela from 1884 to 1886 and again from 1892 to 1898. ... Image File history File links PresidenteGuzmanBlanco. ... Antonio Guzmán Blanco (1829–1899) President of Venezuela, a caudillo who dominated the nation from 1870 to 1888. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Hermógenes López was President of Venezuela in 1888. ... Image File history File links Rojapaul. ... Juan Pablo Rojas Paúl was President of Venezuela 1888-1890. ... Image File history File links Presidente_Raimundo_Andueza. ... Raimundo Andueza Palacio was President of Venezuela 1890-1892. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Guillermo Tell Villegas was President of Venezuela in 1868, then in 1892. ... Venezuelan President Joaquín Crespo, scanned from engraving in 1896 book This image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired in the United States and those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 100 years. ... Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo (1841? - April 16, 1898) was president of Venezuela from 1884 to 1886 and again from 1892 to 1898. ... Venezuelan President Joaquín Crespo, scanned from engraving in 1896 book This image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired in the United States and those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 100 years. ... Joaquín Sinforiano de Jesús Crespo (1841? - April 16, 1898) was president of Venezuela from 1884 to 1886 and again from 1892 to 1898. ... Image File history File links PresidenteIgnacioAndrade. ... Ignacio Andrade was President of Venezuela 1898-1899. ... Image File history File links PresidenteCiprianoCastro. ... Cipriano Castro was a dictator who controlled Venezuela from 1899 to 1908. ... Image File history File links Juan_Vicente_Gómez. ... Juan Vicente Gómez. ... Image File history File links PresidenteVictorinoMarquezBustillos. ... Victoriano Márques Bustillos was President of Venezuela 1914-1915. ... Image File history File links Juan_Vicente_Gómez. ... Juan Vicente Gómez. ... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (539x736, 129 KB) Summary Official photo of Juan Bautista Pérez as president of Venezuela Year: 1929 Author: Venezuelan Government. ... Juan Bautista Perez was President of Venezuela 1929-1931. ... is the 150th day of the year (151st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1929 (MCMXXIX) was a common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 164th day of the year (165th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 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Rómulo Ernesto Betancourt Bello (February 22, 1908 – September 28, 1981), The Father of Venezuelan Democracy, was President of Venezuela from 1945 to 1948 and again from 1959 to 1964. ... is the 291st day of the year (292nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1945 (MCMXLV) was a common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar). ... is the 48th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1948 (MCMXLVIII) was a leap year starting on Thursday (link will display the 1948 calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 477 × 600 pixelsFull resolution (753 × 947 pixels, file size: 172 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Image from the book, Ocurrió en Miraflores, by José Rivas Rivas. ... Rómulo Gallegos Freire (2 August 1884 – 4 April 1969) was a Venezuelan novelist and politician. ... is the 48th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 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Latest election

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Summary of the 3 December 2006 Venezuelan presidential election results
Candidates Votes %
Hugo Chávez (Fifth Republic Movement) 7,309,080 62.84%
Manuel Rosales (A New Era) 4,292,466 36.9%
Luis Reyes 4,807 0.04%
Venezuela Da Silva 3,980 0.03%
Carmelo Romano Pérez 3,735 0.03%
Alejandro Suárez 2,956 0.02%
Eudes Vera 2,806 0.02%
Carolina Contreras 2,169 0.01%
Pedro Aranguren 2,064 0.01%
José Tineo 1,502 0.01%
Yudith Salazar 1,355 0.01%
Ángel Yrigoyen 1,316 0.01%
Homer Rodríguez 1,123 0%
Isbelia León 793 0%
Total (Turnout 74.69 %) 11,790,397 100.0
Source: CNE[5]: null votes: 160,245 (1.35% of all votes)

Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías (IPA: ) (born July 28, 1954) is the current President of Venezuela. ... The Fifth Republic Movement (Spanish: Movimiento V [Quinta] República, MVR) is a left-wing political party in Venezuela which was founded by Hugo Chávez, the current President of Venezuela. ... Manuel Antonio Rosales Guerrero (b. ... A New Era (Un Nuevo Tiempo) is a political party of social democracy in Venezuela. ... The National Electoral Council (Spanish: Consejo Nacional Electoral), or CNE, is the institution in charge of all electoral processes that take place in Venezuela. ...

Notes

  1. ^ Bustillos was appointed to the presidency in a provisional fashion after Juan Vicente Gómez, after himself being elected (by the National Assembly) as president. Gómez opted not to assume the presidency, instead choosing to continue in the role of directing the Venezuelan army.
  2. ^ On May 21, 1993 Pérez resigned after being accused of corruption by the Attorney General.
  3. ^ Octavio Lepage was the President of Congress and was in charge of the government until Ramón J. Velásquez was elected by Congress on June 5, 1993.
  4. ^ On April 11, 2002, senior military officers refused Chávez's orders to carry out Plan Ávila. They arrested Chávez, saying he had resigned, and Pedro Carmona Estanga assumed the presidency. Following an uprising, aided by sectors of the military loyal to Chávez, the new government collapsed and Chávez was restored to power early on April 15, 2002. Between the deposing of Carmona and the return of Chávez, Vice President Diosdado Cabello assumed the presidency.
  5. ^ Elección presidencial. CNE (2007). Retrieved on 2007-10-14.(Spanish)

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See also

It has been suggested that ONIDEX be merged into this article or section. ... This is the history of Venezuela. ... A presidential election was held in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on 30 July 2000. ... These are lists of incumbents, i. ... For other uses, see Politics (disambiguation). ...

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