Miguel Albuquerque

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Miguel Albuquerque
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Mayor of Funchal
In office
September 1994 – 21 October 2013
Preceded by Virgílio Pereira
Succeeded by Paulo Cafôfo
Personal details
Born Miguel Filipe Machado de Albuquerque
(1961-05-04) 4 May 1961 (age 53)
Citizenship Portuguese
Nationality Portuguese
Political party Social Democratic Party
Residence Funchal, Madeira
Occupation Politician
Author
Profession Lawyer
Website http://www.cm-funchal.pt/en/ - Official site in English

Miguel Albuquerque is the former Mayor (Presidente da Câmara in Portuguese) of Funchal, Madeira. Miguel is a keen gardener, growing many types of roses in his own garden. [1] In April 2012 Miguel opened a road in St Helier, Jersey, which was named RUE DE FUNCHAL, after Funchal the city he was Mayor of.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Virgílio Pereira
Mayor of Funchal
1994–2013
Succeeded by
Paulo Cafôfo