Rosendo Chamorro

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Rosendo Chamorro Oreamuno was briefly President of Nicaragua in 1923. He received a doctorate from the University of Paris.

In 1923, he was Minister of the Interior of Nicaragua. When President Diego Manuel Chamorro died, Rosendo Chamorro was designated interim president until Vice-president Bartolomé Martínez returned to the capitol to be sworn in.

Rosendo was first cousin to Diego Manuel and an uncle of Emiliano Chamorro.

References[edit]

  • Genealogia Familia Chamorro, por El Dr. Emilio Alvarez Lejarza (1951), Talleres Tipograficos y Litograficos de la Editorial Catolica, S. A. Managua, Nic.-C. A.
Political offices
Preceded by
Diego Manuel Chamorro
President of Nicaragua
1923
Succeeded by
Bartolomé Martínez