Fernando Nogueira

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Joaquim Fernando Nogueira (born 1950) is a Portuguese politician.

Joaquim Fernando Nogueira
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IX Government - Secretary of State for Regional Development
X Government - Associate Minister, Minister of Parliament affairs
XI Government - Minister of Justice, Minister of Presidency, Minister of Defense
XII Government - Minister of Defense, Minister of Presidency
President of the Social Democratic Party (Portugal)
In office
17 February 1995 – 29 March 1996
Personal details
Born (1950-03-26) 26 March 1950 (age 65)
Matosinhos, Portugal
Political party Logo PSD cor.PNG Social Democratic Party

Career[edit]

He was during Aníbal Cavaco Silva governments, Minister of the Parliamentary Affairs (1985–1987), Justice (1987–1990), National Defense[1] (1990–1995), and Presidency (1987–1995). He was usually seen as the number 2 of the Social-Democratic Party. In 19 February 1995, he won the leadership of the Social-Democratic Party over José Manuel Durão Barroso, after Aníbal Cavaco Silva left the leadership to try to run for president. On 1 October 1995 the Social Democrats lost the elections against the Socialist Party after a 10-year rule of the Social Democrats. After the defeat of Aníbal Cavaco Silva in the 14 January 1996 presidential elections, he resigned, and was latter replaced by Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.

Political Roles[edit]

  • IX Constitutional Government
    • Secretary of State for Regional Development
  • X Constitutional Government
    • Associate Minister and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
  • XI Constitutional Government
    • Minister of the Presidency
    • Minister of Justice
    • Minister of National Defence
  • XII Constitutional Government
    • Minister of National Defence
  • XII Constitutional Government
    • Minister of the Presidency

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Commander: 50 killed in Timorese protest". Times of India. 14 November 1991. Retrieved 13 March 2011.