Artur Ivens Ferraz

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Artur Ivens Ferraz
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99th Prime Minister of Portugal
In office
8 July 1929 – 21 January 1930
President Óscar Carmona
Preceded by José Vicente de Freitas
Succeeded by Domingos Oliveira
Personal details
Born 1 December 1870
Lisbon, Portugal
Died 16 January 1933(1933-01-16) (aged 63)
Lisbon, Portugal

General Artur Ivens Ferraz (1 December 1870, in Lisbon – 16 January 1933, in Lisbon Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐɾˈtuɾ ˈajvɐ̃ʃ fɨˈʁaʃ]), was a Portuguese military officer and politician. He served in the Portuguese Expeditionary Force during the Portuguese participation in World War I, in France. He was later Governor-General of Portuguese Mozambique, and was Minister of Trade, Colonies and Finances. He also served as Prime Minister from 8 July 1929 to 21 January 1930. He later occupied the post of general administrator of the Army and head of the Armed Forces.

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Political offices
Preceded by
José Vicente de Freitas
Prime Minister of Portugal
1929–1930
Succeeded by
Domingos Oliveira