Secretariat of the Navy (Mexico)

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Mexico
Secretariat of the Navy
Secretaría de la Marina
SEMAR logo 2012.svg
Secretariat of the Navy logo
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Mexico
Agency executive Vidal Francisco Soberón Sanz, Secretary
Child agency Federal Police (Mexico)
Website http://www.semar.gob.mx

The Mexican Secretariat of the Navy (Spanish: Secretaría de la Marina, SEMAR) is a member of the federal executive cabinet with responsibility for managing the country's navy and marine forces. The secretary is appointed by the President of the Republic and heads the Secretariat of the Navy (Secretaría de Marina or SEMAR).[1]

  • Organizes, administers and prepares the Navy.
  • Exercising sovereignty in territorial seas, its air space and Mexico's coasts.

List of secretares[edit]

  • President Miguel Alemán
    • (1946–1948)  : Luis F. Schaulfelberger
    • (1948–1949)  : David Coello
    • (1949–1952)  : Alberto J. Pawling
  • President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines
    • (1952–1955)  : Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada
    • (1955–1958)  : Roberto Gómez Maqueo
    • (1958–1958)  : Héctor Meixueiro
  • President Carlos Salinas de Gortari
    • (1988–1990)  : Mauricio Scheleske Sánchez
    • (1990–1994)  : Luis Carlos Ruano Angulo
  • President Vicente Fox
    • (2000–2006)  : Marco Antonio Peyrot González

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Coordinates: 19°19′19″N 99°07′41″W / 19.322°N 99.128°W / 19.322; -99.128