Mariano Roque Alonzo

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Mariano Roque Alonzo Romero (died 1853) was President of Provisional Junta of Paraguay from 9 February 1841 to 14 March 1841. On 14 March 1841 he established a government ruling jointly with Carlos Antonio López and they both styled themselves “consuls of the republic". After three years of this arrangement, on 13 March 1844, Roque Alonzo resigned and López became the sole ruler of the country.

Preceded by
Juan José Medina
General Commander of Arms
1841
Succeeded by
Junta abolished
Preceded by
Position created
Consul of the Republic
1841-1844
Succeeded by
Carlos Antonio López