Governor of San Cristóbal

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The Governor of San Cristóbal is the civil representative of the President of the Republic in San Cristóbal Province, who designated it.

From its creation until the fall of the Trujillo dictatorship the title of the Governor was Governor of Trujillo Province. During a period of time, the Governor was elevated to the category of Secretary of State (Minister) and was titled as Secretary of State, Governor of Trujillo Province.[1]

The Article 198 of the Constitution of the 2010 said the requirements to be governor:

  1. Be Dominican.
  2. Be older than 25 years.
  3. Have full use of civil and political rights.

His or her attribution and duties will be determined by law.

The current governor is Julio Cesar Díaz

List of San Cristóbal governors[edit]

The follow list is incomplete.

Governor From To President
Mr. Abigail A. Pereyra 1938 30 Octubre 1941
Mr. Enrique Montes de Oca 30 Octubre 1941[2] Manuel de Js. Troncoso
Mr. Romeo Rojas 27 July 1942[3] 13 June 1943 Rafael Trujillo
Dr. Federico Augusto Paulino 13 June 1943[4] Rafael Trujillo
Mr. Virgilio Álvarez Sánchez 4 May 1945[5] 28 December 1945 Rafael Trujillo
Mr. Mario Abreu Penzo 28 December 1945[6] Rafael Trujillo
Dr. José Benjamín Uribe Macías (first term) 20 January 1948[7] Rafael Trujillo
Mr. Andrés Julio Espinal 1 February 1949[8] 1 July 1949 Rafael Trujillo
Dr. José Benjamín Uribe Macías (second term) 1 July 1949[9] Rafael Trujillo
Mr. Pedro Pablo Villanueva 29 April 1951 [10] 28 February 1952 Héctor B. Trujillo
Mr. Enrique Arzeno Lora 28 February 1952 [11] 9 December 1952 Rafael Trujillo
Mr. Julio Ibarra Fas 9 December 1952 [12] 25 March 1953 Héctor B. Trujillo
Dr. Rafael Tulio Pérez Martínez 25 March 1953 [13] Héctor B. Trujillo
Mr. José A. Rivera González 20 February 1955 Héctor B. Trujillo
Mr. Felipe S. Parra Pagán (first term) 20 February 1955 [14] 10 September 1956 Héctor B. Trujillo
Mr. Joaquín Antonio Balaguer Ortíz 10 September 1956 [15] 1 December 1956 Héctor B. Trujillo
Mr. Pedro Casals Pastoriza 1 December 1956 [16] 16 December 1957 Héctor B. Trujillo
Dr. Josefina Pimentel Boves 16 December 1957 [17][18] 9 August 1961 Héctor B. Trujillo
Dr. Rafael Tulio Pérez Martínez 9 August 1961 [19] 23 January 1962 Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Pedro N. Uribe Albert 23 January 1962 [20] 7 May 1962 Rafael F. Bonelly
Mr. Sócrates Barinas Coiscou 7 May 1962 [21] Rafael F. Bonelly
Mr. Felipe Parra Pagán (second term) 3 October 1963 [22] 16 May 1964 Triumvirate
Mr. Pablo Barinas Coiscou 16 May 1964 [23] Triumvirate
Dr. Máximo Puello Renvill 21 September 1965 [24] Héctor García Godoy
Miss Mercedes Leger 22 July 1971 Joaquín Balaguer
Prof. Pastora Nivar de Pérez 22 July 1971 [25] 26 March 1974 Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Miguel Angel García F. 26 March 1974 [26] 16 May 1977 Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Raymundo Roig 16 May 1977 [27] Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Julio Urbáez 16 August 1978 [28] 15 January 1982 Antonio Guzman Fernandez
Mr. Fausto Bienvenido Penn 15 January 1982 [29] Antonio Guzman Fernández
Mr. Vinicio Jiménez 16 August 1982 [30] 9 June 1983 Salvador Jorge Blanco
Mr. Anibal Santana Álvarez 9 June 1983 [31] Salvador Jorge Blanco
Dr. María Antonieta Bello 16 August 1986 4 May 1990 Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Leonidas A. Bernard Barinas 4 May 1990 [32] 1 April 1994 Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Julio César Domínguez 1 April 1994 22 August 1994 Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Víctor Manuel Penn Álvarez 22 August 1994 [33] 30 March 1995 Joaquín Balaguer
Dr. Luis Antonio Roa Pujols 30 March 1995 [34] 10 September 1995 Joaquín Balaguer
Mr. Salvador E. Cabrera Benzán 10 September 1995 [35] 16 August 1996 Joaquín Balaguer
Dr. Nelly Pérez Duvergé 28 August 1996 [36] 17 August 1998 Leonel Fernández
Mr. Raul Javier Félix 17 August 1998 [37] 16 August 2000 Leonel Fernández
Dr. Miriam de la Rosa 16 August 2000 [38] 17 April 2002 Hipólito Mejía
Mr. Angel Rafael Salazar 17 April 2002 [39] 23 April 2003 Hipólito Mejía
Dr. Miriam de la Rosa 23 April 2003 [40] 16 August 2004 Hipólito Mejía
Dr. Manuel Orlando Espinosa Medina 16 August 2004 16 August 2010 [41] Leonel Fernández
Mr. Alfonso Gamalier Montás 19 August 2010 [42] 30 August 2012 [43] Leonel Fernández
Mr. Julio César Díaz 30 August 2012 [44] Incumbent Danilo Medina

References[edit]

  1. ^ [Decree 1048-43]
  2. ^ [Decree 1305-41]
  3. ^ [Decree 138-42]
  4. ^ [Decree 1239-43]
  5. ^ [Decree 2652-45, Art. 1]
  6. ^ [Decree 3243-45]
  7. ^ [Decree 4901-48]
  8. ^ [Decree 5620-49]
  9. ^ [Decree 5891-49]
  10. ^ [Decree 7337-51, Art. 1]
  11. ^ [Decree 8098-52, Art. 2]
  12. ^ [Decree 8716-52, Art. 1]
  13. ^ [Decree 8904-53, Art. 1]
  14. ^ [Decree 656-55]
  15. ^ [Decree 2037-56]
  16. ^ [Decree 2273-56]
  17. ^ [Decree 3392-57]
  18. ^ [Benjamín Arturo Uribe Macías (Mayor of San Cristóbal) was appointed acting Governor of the Province from 26 August 1960, until the return of Mrs. Pimentel Boves on 24 September 1960, Decrees 6022-60 and 6096-60]
  19. ^ [Decree 7007-61]
  20. ^ [Decree 7635-62, Art. 3]
  21. ^ [Decree 7975-62]
  22. ^ [Decree 18-63, Art. 1]
  23. ^ [Decree 954-64]
  24. ^ [Decree 109-65]
  25. ^ [Decree 1292-71]
  26. ^ [Decree 4376-74]
  27. ^ [Decree 2876-77]
  28. ^ [Decree 66-78, Art. 3]
  29. ^ [Decree 2990-82]
  30. ^ [Decree 15-82, Art. 2]
  31. ^ [Decree 1134-83, Art. 1]
  32. ^ Decree 164-90, Art. 3
  33. ^ Decree 225-94, Art. 22
  34. ^ Decree 85-95
  35. ^ Decree 200-95, Art. 1
  36. ^ [Decree 379-96, Art. 7]
  37. ^ Decree 302-98, Art. 1
  38. ^ Decree 448-00, Art. 5
  39. ^ [Decree 251-02]
  40. ^ [Decree 397-03]
  41. ^ [Ceased in the Position due to his election as Deputy of the Congress]
  42. ^ [Decree 455-10, Art. 7]
  43. ^ Decree 524-12
  44. ^ [Decree 524-12]