Artur Ivens Ferraz

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Artur Ivens Ferraz
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99th Prime Minister of Portugal
In office
8 July 1929 – 21 January 1930
President Óscar Carmona
Preceded by José Vicente de Freitas
Succeeded by Domingos Oliveira
Personal details
Born 1 December 1870
Lisbon, Portugal
Died 16 January 1933(1933-01-16) (aged 63)
Lisbon, Portugal

General Artur Ivens Ferraz (1 December 1870, in Lisbon – 16 January 1933, in Lisbon Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐɾˈtuɾ ˈajvɐ̃ʃ fɨˈʁaʃ]), was a Portuguese military officer and politician. He served in the Portuguese Expeditionary Force during the Portuguese participation in World War I, in France. He was later Governor-General of Portuguese Mozambique, and was Minister of Trade, Colonies and Finances. He also served as Prime Minister from 8 July 1929 to 21 January 1930. He later occupied the post of general administrator of the Army and head of the Armed Forces.

Preceded by
José Vicente de Freitas
Prime Minister of Portugal
1929–1930
Succeeded by
Domingos Oliveira