Andrés Narvarte

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Andrés Narvarte
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President of Venezuela
In office
20 January 1835 – 9 February 1835
Preceded by José Antonio Páez
Succeeded by José María Vargas
President of Venezuela
In office
24 April 1836 – 20 January 1837
Preceded by José María Carreño
Succeeded by José María Carreño
Personal details
Born 1781
La Guaira, Venezuela
Died 31 March 1853 (aged 71–72)
Caracas, Venezuela

Andrés Narvarte Pimentel (1781 – 1853) was President of Venezuela as interim caretaker (1836-1837).


First Period (1835)[edit]

As Vice President of the Republic, Andrés Navarte assumed executive power between 20 January 1835 (when the new Legislative Assembly was finalised) and 9 February 1835 (when José María Vargas was elected as President).

Second Period (1836-1837)[edit]

The 55-year-old jurist returned to power after the resignation of Jose Maria Vargas, and as Vice President he was left with executive authority between 24 April 1836 and 20 January 1837 (nine months in total).


Political offices
Preceded by
José Antonio Páez
2nd President of Venezuela (Interim)
20 January 1835 – 9 February 1835
Succeeded by
José María Vargas
Preceded by
José María Carreño
6th President of Venezuela
24 April 1836 – 20 January 1837
Succeeded by
José María Carreño