|President of Chile|
March 8, 1831 – March 31, 1831
|Preceded by||José Tomás Ovalle|
|Succeeded by||José Joaquín Prieto|
June 1, 1777|
|Died||August 16, 1841
Fernando de Errázuriz y Martínez de Aldunate (June 1, 1777 – August 16, 1841), also known as Fernando Errázuriz Aldunate, was a Chilean political figure. He served as provisional president of Chile in 1831. He was of Basque descent.
He was born in Santiago, the son of Francisco Javier de Errázuriz y Madariaga and of María Rosa Aldunate y Guerrero Carrera. He became a lawyer and participated in the independence movement in Chile. On October 2, 1801 he married María del Carmen Sotomayor Elzo, with whom he had 8 children.
On January 28, 1823, he again became a member, together with José Miguel Infante and Agustín Eyzaguirre, of the ruling Government Junta that took over from the resigned Supreme Director Bernardo O'Higgins, and lasted until April 4, 1823, when Ramón Freire assumed as the new Supreme Director.
|The Errázuriz Cabinet|
|President||Fernando Errázuriz||8 March 1831–31 March 1831|
|Minister of the Interior & Foreign Affairs||Diego Portales||5 April 1830–31 August 1831|
|Minister of War & Navy||Colonel José María de la Cruz||25 September 1830–24 March 1831|
|Diego Portales||24 March 1831–31 August 1831|
|Minister of Finance||Manuel Rengifo||15 June 1830–9 November 1835|
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|Member of Government Junta
José Tomás Ovalle
|Provisional President of Chile
José Joaquín Prieto
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