Antônio Salim Curiati

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Antônio Salim Curiati
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Mayor of São Paulo (appointed)
In office
13 May 1982 – 14 March 1983
Preceded by Reinaldo de Barros
Succeeded by Francisco Altino Lima
Personal details
Born 13 February 1928
Avaré, SP, Brazil
Political party Progressive Party (PP)
Occupation physician, politician

Antônio Salim Curiati (Avaré, Brazil, 13 February 1928) is a Brazilian physician, and politician. He was Mayor of São Paulo from 13 May 1982 to 14 March 1983.

Early life[edit]

He is the son of Lebanese immigrants. Initially he studied at Scholar Group "Matilde Vieira" in Avaré, but later moved to São Paulo and attended the Colégio Marista Arquidiocesano. He later joined the Escola Paulista de Medicina where he could become a specialist in ENT.

Political life[edit]

He was State Deputy for São Paulo in 1966 for the first time. He served as Federal Deputy from 1987 to 1991, during which time he participated in the Constituent Assembly of 1988, which drew up Brazil’s first democratic after the military dictatorship (1964–1985). In 2006 he was elected for his eighth term as State Deputy.[1]

Short Term as Mayor and Secretarial Roles[edit]

He was Mayor of São Paulo from 13 May 1982 to 14 March 1983 and is one of the main characters of the Progressive Party (PP) (Portuguese: Partido Progressista), in São Paulo.

He also served as State Secretary of Social Promotion during Paulo Maluf term as Governor of São Paulo from 1979 to 1982, City Secretary of Family and Social Welfare (1993 to 1994), and City Secretary of Community Affairs (1995 to 1998).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Deputado Estadual: Antonio Salim Curiati". Assembleia Legislativa do Estado de São Paulo (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 January 2015. 
Preceded by
Reinaldo de Barros
Mayor of São Paulo
1982 – 1983
Succeeded by
Francisco Altino Lima