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Juan Isidro Jimenes Pereyra

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Juan Isidro Jimenes
Juan Isidro Jimenes.jpg
28th President of the Dominican Republic
In office
November 15, 1899 – May 2, 1902
Vice PresidentHoracio Vásquez
Preceded byHoracio Vásquez
Succeeded byHoracio Vásquez
33rd President of the Dominican Republic
In office
December 5, 1914 – May 7, 1916
Preceded byRamón Báez
Succeeded byCouncil of Secretaries of State
Personal details
BornNovember 15, 1846
Santo Domingo
DiedMay 9, 1919 (aged 72)
Santo Domingo
Political partyBlue Party
Spouse(s)María Josefa de los Santos Domínguez Gómez
RelationsJuan Isidro Jimenes Grullón (grandson); Domingo Moreno Jimenes (great-grandson); Guillermo Moreno García (great-great-great-grandson)
Children7: José Manuel, Ana Rosa, José Antonio, Carmen Josefa, María Consuelo, María Altagracia & María Dolores Jimenes Domínguez
ParentsManuel Jimenes González (father); Altagracia Pereyra Pérez (mother)

Juan Isidro Jimenes Pereyra (November 15, 1846 – May 9, 1919) was a Dominican political figure. He served as the president of the Dominican Republic between 15 November 1899 and 2 May 1902, and again between 5 December 1914 and 7 May 1916.

Jimenez was one of the main leaders of the Los Bolos, Blue party or Jimenistas,[1] opposed to the Los Coludos or Horacistas, led by Horacio Vásquez.[2]

He is buried in the Catedral de Santa María la Menor.

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  1. ^ Sierra, Jimmy. "Los Partidos Politicos Dominicanos" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2010-12-23.
  2. ^ Soto Jimenez, Jose Miguel (2008-11-14). "El bipartidismo histórico en RD" (in Spanish). Listin Diario. Retrieved 2010-12-23.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Horacio Vásquez
President of the Dominican Republic
Succeeded by
Horacio Vásquez
Preceded by
Ramón Báez
President of the Dominican Republic
Succeeded by
Council of Secretaries of State
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