List of mayors of Rio de Janeiro

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This is a list of mayors of Rio de Janeiro from the most recent chronologically backwards.

History[edit]

The office of Mayor of Rio de Janeiro was an appointed position during Brazil's military dictatorship (1964–1985).[1] The position of mayor once again became an elected office following the end of the dictatorship in 1985.[1]

Myors of Distrito Federal (1889–1960)[edit]

Governors of Guanabara (1960–1975)[edit]

# Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term
(Elected)
Term of office Political Party
1 No image.svg José Sette Câmara Filho
(1920–2002)
Appointed by
Federal Government
21 April 1960 5 December 1960 Independent
2 No image.svg Carlos Lacerda
(1914–1977)

(1960)
5 December 1960 11 October 1965 National Democratic Union
3 No image.svg Negrão de Lima
(1901–1981)

(1965)
5 December 1965 15 March 1970 Social Democratic Party
4 No image.svg Chagas Freitas
(1914–1991)

(1970)
15 March 1970 15 March 1975 Brazilian Democratic Movement

Mayors of Rio de Janeiro (1975–present)[edit]

# Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term
(Elected)
Term of office Political Party
1 No image.svg Marcos Tamoio
(1926–1981)
Appointed by
State Government
15 March 1975 15 March 1979 National Renewal Alliance
2 No image.svg Israel Klabin
(born in 1926)
15 March 1979 3 June 1980 Brazilian Democratic Movement
3 No image.svg Júlio Coutinho
(1929–2009)
4 June 1980 14 March 1983 Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
4 No image.svg Jamil Haddad
(1926–2009)
15 March 1983 4 December 1983 Democratic Labour Party
5 Marcello Alencar Reunião do Bem pró Seera.jpg Marcello Alencar
(1925–2014)
5 December 1983 31 December 1985 Democratic Labour Party
6 Saturnino braga.jpg Saturnino Braga
(born in 1931)

(1985)
1 January 1986 14 September 1988 Democratic Labour Party
7 Marcello Alencar Reunião do Bem pró Seera.jpg Marcello Alencar
(1925–2014)
2nd
(1988)
1 January 1989 31 December 1992 Democratic Labour Party
8 César Maia.jpg Cesar Maia
(born in 1945)
1st
(1992)
1 January 1993 31 December 1996 Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
9 Luiz Paulo Conde.jpg Luiz Paulo Conde
(born in 1934)

(1996)
1 January 1997 31 December 2000 Liberal Front Party
10 César Maia.jpg Cesar Maia
(born in 1945)
2nd
(2000)
1 January 2001 31 December 2008 Brazilian Labour Party
then Democrats
3rd
(2004)
11 Foto oficial de Eduardo Paes.jpg Eduardo Paes
(born in 1969)
1st
(2008)
1 January 2009 31 December 2016 Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
2nd
(2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Vallance, Monique (2011-12-12). "Alencar, Marcello Nunes de". Brazil Today: An Encylcopedia of Life in the Republic, Volume 1 (Google Books). Retrieved 2014-07-12.