1964 in Brazil
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|1964 in Brazil|
22 stars (1960–68)
|Timeline of Brazilian history|
|Brazilian military government|
|Year of Constitution: 1946|
- President: João Goulart (until 1 April), Ranieri Mazzilli (from 1 April to 15 April), Marshal Castelo Branco (from 15 April)
- Minister of War: Dantas Ribeiro until April 4, Artur da Costa e Silva
- Minister of Mines and Energy: Oliveira Brito until April 4, Artur da Costa e Silva until April 17, Mauro Thibau
- 13 March – A speech by President João Goulart announces significant political reforms, including nationalisation and social justice programs.
- 19 March – March of the Family with God for Liberty
- 31 March to 1 April – 1964 Brazilian coup d'état
- 11 April – The country holds its first indirect elections after the coup. Castelo Branco is elected the next president.
- 13 May – Brazil terminates its diplomatic relations with Cuba. They would only be resumed after the end of the military regime.
- February 9 – Ary Barroso, composer, pianist, songwriter, soccer commentator, and talent-show host
- November 6 – Anita Malfatti, artist
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