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Venezuela başbakanları listesi (1830–günümüz)Düzenle

Venezuela Devleti (1830–1864)Düzenle

  Venezuela Devlet Başkanı  

      Conservative Party       Liberal Party       Independent       Military government


[1]
Portre Başkan
(Doğum–Ölüm)
Devlet Başkanlık süresi Dönem
[2]
Parti
1      José Antonio Páez
(1790–1873)
Portuguesa 13 Ocak 1830

20 Ocak 1835
1
(1831–35)
Conservative Party
2   Andrés Narvarte
(1781–1853)
Vargas 20 Ocak 1835

9 Şubat 1835
Conservative Party
3   José María Vargas
(1786–1854)
Vargas 9 Şubat 1835

9 Temmuz 1835
2
(1835–39)
Conservative Party
4   José María Carreño
(1792–1849)
Miranda 27 Temmuz 1835

20 Ağustos 1835
Conservative Party
5   José María Vargas
(1786–1854)
Vargas 20 Ağustos 1835

24 Nisan 1836
Conservative Party
6   Andrés Narvarte
(1781–1853)
Vargas 24 Nisan 1836

20 Ocak 1837
Conservative Party
7   José María Carreño
(1792–1849)
Miranda 27 Ocak 1837

11 Mart 1837
Conservative Party
8   Carlos Soublette
(1789–1870)
Vargas 11 Mart 1837

1 Şubat 1839
9   José Antonio Páez
(1790–1873)
Portuguesa 1 Şubat 1839

28 Ocak 1843
3
(1839–43)
Conservative Party
10   Carlos Soublette
(1789–1870)
Vargas 28 Ocak 1843

20 Ocak 1847
4
(1843–47)
Conservative Party
11   José Tadeo Monagas
(1784–1868)
Monagas 20 Ocak 1847

5 Şubat 1851
5
(1847–51)
Conservative Party
12   José Gregorio Monagas
(1795–1858)
Monagas 5 Şubat 1851

20 Ocak 1855
6
(1851–55)
Liberal Party
13   José Tadeo Monagas
(1784–1868)
Monagas 20 Ocak 1855

15 Mart 1858
7
(1855–60)
Liberal Party
14   Pedro Gual Escandón
(1783–1862)
Caracas 15 Mart 1858

18 Mart 1858
Liberal Party
15   Julián Castro
(1810–1875)
Miranda 18 Mart 1858

2 Ağustos 1859
Military
16   Pedro Gual Escandón
(1783–1862)
Caracas 2 Ağustos 1859

29 Eylül 1859
Independent
17   Manuel Felipe de Tovar
(1803–1866)
29 Eylül 1859

20 Mayıs 1861
Liberal Party
8
(1860–64)
18   Pedro Gual Escandón
(1783–1862)
Caracas 20 Mayıs 1861

29 Ağustos 1861
Liberal Party
19   José Antonio Páez
(1790–1873)
Portuguesa 29 Ağustos 1861

15 Haziran 1863
Military
20   Juan Crisóstomo Falcón
(1820–1870)
Falcón 15 Haziran 1863

25 Nisan 1868
Military
9
(1864–73)

Venezuela Birleşik Devletleri (1864–1953)Düzenle

  President of the United States of Venezuela  

      Democratic Action       Conservative Party       Liberal Party       Independent       Military government


[1]
Portrait President
(Birth–Death)
State Term of office Term
[2]
Party
20      Juan Crisóstomo Falcón
(1820–1870)
Falcón 15 June 1863

25 April 1868
9
(1864–73)
Military
21   Manuel Ezequiel Bruzual
(1832–1868)
Magdalena
(Gran Colombia)
25 April 1868

28 June 1868
Independent
22   Guillermo Tell Villegas
(1823–1907)
Carabobo 28 June 1868

20 February 1869
Liberal Party
23   José Ruperto Monagas
(1831–1880)
Monagas 20 February 1869

16 April 1870
Military
24   Guillermo Tell Villegas
(1823–1907)
Carabobo 16 April 1870

27 April 1870
Liberal Party
25   Antonio Guzmán Blanco
(1829–1899)
Caracas 27 April 1870

27 February 1877
Liberal Party
10
(1873–77)
26   Francisco Linares Alcántara
(1825–1878)
Aragua 27 February 1877

30 November 1878
11
(1877–82)
Liberal Party
27   José Gregorio Valera 30 November 1878

26 February 1879
Liberal Party
28   Antonio Guzmán Blanco
(1829–1899)
Caracas 26 February 1879

26 April 1884
Liberal Party
12
(1882–88)
29   Joaquín Crespo
(1830–1898)
Aragua 26 April 1884

15 September 1886
Liberal Party
30   Antonio Guzmán Blanco
(1829–1899)
Caracas 15 September 1886

8 August 1887
Liberal Party
31   Hermógenes López
(1830-1898)
Carabobo 8 August 1887

2 July 1888
Independent
32   Juan Pablo Rojas Paúl
(1826–1905)
Caracas 2 July 1888

19 March 1890
13
(1888–90)
Liberal Party
33   Raimundo Andueza Palacio
(1846–1900)
Portuguesa 19 March 1890

17 June 1892
14
(1890–94)
Conservative Party
34   Guillermo Tell Villegas
(1823–1907)
Carabobo 17 June 1892

31 August 1892
Liberal Party
35   Guillermo Tell Villegas Pulido
(1854–1949)
Barinas 31 August 1892

7 October 1892
Liberal Party
36   Joaquín Crespo
(1841–1898)
Aragua 7 October 1892

February 28 1898
Military
15
(1894–98)
37   Ignacio Andrade
(1839–1925)
Mérida 28 February 1898

20 October 1899
16
(1898–08)
Liberal Party
38   Cipriano Castro
(1858–1924)
Táchira 20 October 1899

19 December 1908
Military
39   Juan Vicente Gómez
(1857–1935)
Táchira 19 December 1908

5 August 1913
17
(1908–14)
Military
40   José Gil Fortoul
(1861–1943)
Lara 5 August 1913

19 April 1914
Independent
41   Victorino Márquez Bustillos
(1858–1922)
Portuguesa 19 April 1914

24 June 1922
18
(1914–22)
Independent
42   Juan Vicente Gómez
(1857–1935)
Táchira 24 June 1922

30 May 1929
19
(1922–29)
Military
43   Juan Bautista Pérez
(1869–1952)
Caracas 30 May 1929

13 June 1931
20
(1929–31)
Independent
44   Juan Vicente Gómez
(1857–1935)
Táchira 13 June 1931

17 December 1935
21
(1931–36)
Military
45   Eleazar López Contreras
(1883–1973)
Táchira 18 December 1935

5 May 1941
Independent
22
(1936–41)
46   Isaías Medina Angarita
(1897–1953)
Táchira 5 May 1941

18 October 1945
23
(1941–48)
Democratic Party
47   Rómulo Betancourt
(1908–1981)
Miranda 18 October 1945

17 February 1948
Democratic Action
48   Rómulo Gallegos
(1884–1969)
Caracas 17 February 1948

24 November 1948
24
(1948–52)
Democratic Action
49   Carlos Delgado Chalbaud
(1909–1950)
Caracas 24 November 1948

30 November 1950
Military
50   Germán Suárez Flamerich
(1907–1990)
Caracas 30 November 1950

2 December 1952
Independent

Venezuela Cumhuriyeti (1953–1999)Düzenle

  President of the Republic of Venezuela  

      Democratic Party       Democratic Action       Copei       National Convergence       Fifth Republic Movement


[1]
Portrait President
(Birth–Death)
State Term of office Term
[2]
Party
51      Marcos Pérez Jiménez
(1914–2001)
Táchira 2 December 1952

23 January 1958
25
(1952)
Military
52   Wolfgang Larrazábal
(1911–2003)
Sucre 23 January 1958

14 November 1958[3]
Independent
53   Rómulo Betancourt
(1908–1981)
Miranda 13 February 1959

13 March 1964
26
(1958)
Democratic Action
54   Raúl Leoni
(1905–1972)
Bolívar 13 March 1964

11 March 1969
27
(1963)
Democratic Action
55   Rafael Caldera
(1916–2009)
Yaracuy 11 March 1969

12 March 1974
28
(1968)
Copei
56   Carlos Andrés Pérez
(1922–2010)
Táchira 12 March 1974

12 March 1979
29
(1973)
Democratic Action
57   Luis Herrera Campins
(1925–2007)
Portuguesa 12 March 1979

2 February 1984
30
(1978)
Copei
58   Jaime Lusinchi
(1924–2014)
Anzoátegui 2 February 1984

2 February 1989
31
(1983)
Democratic Action
59   Carlos Andrés Pérez
(1922–2010)
Táchira 2 February 1989

21 May 1993[4]
32
(1988)
Democratic Action
60   Ramón José Velásquez
(1916–2014)
Táchira 5 June 1993

2 February 1994
Democratic Action
61   Rafael Caldera
(1916–2009)
Yaracuy 2 February 1994

2 February 1999
33
(1993)
National Convergence

Bolivarcı Venezuela Cumhuriyeti (1999–günümüz)Düzenle

  President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela  

      Fifth Republic Movement/United Socialist Party       Independent


[1]
Portrait President
(Birth–Death)
State Term of office Term
[2]
Party
64      Hugo Chávez
(1954–2013)
Barinas 2 February 1999

5 March 2013
34[5]
(1998)
Fifth Republic Movement
35
(2006)
United Socialist Party
36[6]
(2012)
65   Nicolás Maduro
(1962–)
Caracas 5 Mart 2013

Incumbent
United Socialist Party

KaynakçaDüzenle

  1. ^ a b c d For the purposes of numbering, a presidency is defined as an uninterrupted period of time in office served by one person. For example, Carlos Soublette was both the 8th and 10th President because the two periods where he was president were not consecutive. A period during which a vice-president temporarily becomes acting president under the Constitution is not a presidency, because the president remains in office during such a period.
  2. ^ a b c d For the purposes of numbering, a term is a period between two presidential elections. Some terms might be longer than originally expected due to coup d'états or the installation of military dictatorships, thus extending the time between two elections. Venezuela's unique history has allowed several presidents to serve during a single term, as well as some presidents, such as Jose Maria Vargas, serving twice during a single term.
  3. ^ Larrazábal resigned early to challenge Rómulo Betancourt at the 1958 election, leaving Edgar Sanabria as acting president until the end of his term, on 13 February 1959.
  4. ^ Octavio Lepage, then President of Congress, served as acting president from 21 May 1993 and until 5 June 1993, when Ramón José Velásquez was formally selected to succeed Perez as president.
  5. ^ Hugo Chávez's first term as president began in February 1999 and is generally considered to last until August 2000, with his second term taking place after he was confirmed during the presidential elections of 2000 as part of the country's constitutional assembly. Therefore, many historians consider the period between August 2000 and January 2007 as Chávez's second term. However, this list considers the period between February 1999 and January 2007 as a single period.
  6. ^ Despite being elected and sworn to office in April 2013 after the special presidential elections, Nicolás Maduro's term in office is counted from February 2013, which is when the 36th term was originally set to begin.