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Antonio Borrero

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Antonio Borrero
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10th President of Ecuador
In office
December 9, 1875 – December 18, 1876
Preceded byJosé Javier Eguiguren
Succeeded byIgnacio de Veintemilla
Personal details
Born(1827-10-29)October 29, 1827
Cuenca, Gran Colombia
DiedOctober 9, 1911(1911-10-09) (aged 83)
Quito, Ecuador
NationalityEcuadorian

Antonio María Vicente Narciso Borrero y Cortázar (29 October 1827 – 9 October 1911) was Vice President of Ecuador from 1863 to 1864[1], and President from 9 December 1875 to 18 December 1876.

Antonio Borrero was born in Cuenca, Ecuador and completed much of his education in his home town. He received his law license in Quito. He served as President of Ecuador for little over a year before being overthrown in the Revolution of Veintemilla. He was exiled by Jefe Supremo (Supreme Chief) Ignacio de Veintemilla and lived for a number of years in Peru and Chile. After the overthrow of Veintemilla in 1883, he was allowed to return to Ecuador where he practiced law and worked as a journalist and writer until his death in Quito in 1911.

His administration supported free suffrage, press freedom and guarantees of individual rights. He was urged to by liberals to hold a national assembly to amend the Garciana Constitution and establish the Republic on more modern lines.

References

  1. ^ "Vicepresidentes en la historia" (PDF). www.vicepresidencia.gob.ec. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
Political offices
Preceded by
Mariano Cueva
Vice President of Ecuador
1863–1864
Succeeded by
Rafael Carvajal
Preceded by
José Javier Eguiguren
President of Ecuador
1875–1876
Succeeded by
Ignacio de Veintemilla


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