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José Miguel de Velasco Franco

"José Miguel de Velasco" redirects here. For the Bolivian province, see José Miguel de Velasco Province.
José Miguel de Velasco
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4th President of Bolivia
In office
August 2, 1828 – December 18, 1828
Preceded by José María Pérez de Urdininea
Succeeded by Pedro Blanco Soto
6th President of Bolivia
In office
January 1, 1829 – May 24, 1829
Preceded by Pedro Blanco Soto
Succeeded by Andrés de Santa Cruz
8th President of Bolivia
In office
February 22, 1839 – June 10, 1841
Preceded by Andrés de Santa Cruz
Succeeded by Sebastián Ágreda
13th President of Bolivia
In office
January 18, 1848 – December 6, 1848
Preceded by Eusebio Guilarte
Succeeded by Manuel Isidoro Belzu
Personal details
Born 1795
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Died 1859
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Nationality Bolivian

José Miguel de Velasco Franco (1795 – 1859) served as President of Bolivia four times (1828, 1829, 1839-1841 and 1848) more times than anyone else other than Víctor Paz Estenssoro. During the third, and longest, of these temporary periods in office he approved a new constitution for Bolivia.

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Political offices
Preceded by
José María Pérez de Urdininea
President of Bolivia
1828
Succeeded by
Pedro Blanco Soto
Preceded by
Pedro Blanco Soto
President of Bolivia
1829
Succeeded by
Andrés de Santa Cruz
Preceded by
Andrés de Santa Cruz
President of Bolivia
1839-1841
Succeeded by
Sebastián Ágreda
Preceded by
Eusebio Guilarte
President of Bolivia
1848
Succeeded by
Manuel Isidoro Belzu

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