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Bernardo Berro

Bernardo Prudencio Berro
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Bernardo Berro
7th President of Uruguay
In office
March 1, 1860 – March 1, 1864
Preceded byGabriel Antonio Pereira
Succeeded byAtanasio Cruz Aguirre
President of the Senate of Uruguay
In office
1852–1852
Preceded byJoaquín Suárez
Succeeded byJuan Francisco Giró
Personal details
Born
Bernardo Prudencio Berro Larrañaga

April 28, 1803
Montevideo, Uruguay
DiedFebruary 19, 1868
Montevideo, Uruguay
Cause of deathmurder
Political partyNational Party
Spouse(s)Práxedes Rosa Bustamante del Puerto
Occupationpolitician
revolutionary
writer
Military service
AllegianceArgentina Provincias Unidas del Río de la Plata
Flag of the National Party (Uruguay).svg Blancos
Battles/warsGuerra Grande

Bernardo Prudencio Berro (April 28, 1803 – February 19, 1868) was the President of Uruguay from 1860 to 1864.

Background

Berro was a member of the National (Blanco) Party. He served as the President of the Senate of Uruguay in 1852, and from 1858 to 1859.[1]

President of Uruguay (first, provisional term)

Berro first served as head of state of Uruguay in a provisional government for several weeks in 1852, during a brief period in which the National Party came to power.

President of Uruguay (second term)

He led the National Party's return to power in 1860 and made attempts to unite the country's political factions, efforts not seldom opposed by members of his own Party and Government.

Assassination

Berro and former president Venancio Flores were both assassinated on February 19, 1868.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ PRESIDENCIA DE LA ASAMBLEA GENERAL Y DEL SENADO PRESIDENCIA DE LA CAMARA DE REPRESENTANTES (October 29, 2013). "Parlamentarios Uruguayos 1830-2005" (PDF). www.parlamento.gub.uy. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 29, 2013.
  2. ^ "Caudillos and Political Stability". Country Studies US. Retrieved 28 May 2020.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Joaquín Suárez
President of Uruguay
Acting

1852
Succeeded by
Juan Francisco Giró
Preceded by
Gabriel Antonio Pereira
President of Uruguay
1860-1864
Succeeded by
Atanasio Aguirre
Acting
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