Franck Lavaud

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Franck Lavaud
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32nd & 34th President of Haiti
In office
May 10, 1950 – December 6, 1950
Preceded by Dumarsais Estimé
Succeeded by Paul Magloire
In office
January 11, 1946 – August 16, 1946
Preceded by Élie Lescot
Succeeded by Dumarsais Estimé
Personal details
Born (1903-02-16)February 16, 1903
Jérémie, Haiti
Died 1986
Paris, France
Nationality Haitian
Occupation Military (brigadier general)

Franck Lavaud (1903–86) was a Haitian military general and politician who was an acting head of state during two terms: from January 11, 1946 until August 16, 1946 and from May 10, 1950 until December 6, 1950. Both times he led a military junta along with Paul Magloire and Antoine Levelt.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Countries H". Rulers.org. Retrieved 2012-08-04. 
Preceded by
Élie Lescot
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President of Haiti

1946
Succeeded by
Dumarsais Estimé
Preceded by
Dumarsais Estimé
Coat of arms of Haiti.svg
President of Haiti

1950
Succeeded by
Paul Magloire