Carlos Freile Zaldumbide

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Carlos Freire Zaldumbide
Vice President of Ecuador
In office
1899–1903
Preceded by Manuel Benigno Cueva
Succeeded by Alfredo Baquerizo Moreno
President of Ecuador
In office
August 12, 1911 – September 1, 1911
Preceded by Eloy Alfaro
Succeeded by Emilio Estrada Carmona
President of Ecuador
In office
December 22, 1911 – March 6, 1912
Preceded by Emilio Estrada Carmona
Succeeded by Francisco Andrade Marín
Personal details
Born (1851-05-18)May 18, 1851
Quito, Ecuador
Died August 28, 1928(1928-08-28) (aged 77)
Paris
Nationality Ecuadorian

Carlos Freire Zaldumbide (Quito, Ecuador, 18 May 1851 – Paris, France, August 28, 1928) was an Ecuadorian politician, who served twice as acting President of Ecuador and one term as Vice President of Ecuador.

A whealty landowner that pioneered Holstein livestock raising in Ecuador.

He was the acting President from 12 August 1911 to 1 September 1911 (a reign lasting just 21 days). He took the role on a temporary basis when Eloy Alfaro, who had been President for over 4 years, was overthrown and went to exile. Freile was replaced by the already elected President Emilio Estrada, whose mandate lasted just three months before his death on 21 December 1911.

Carlos Freire then served once again as acting president, this time from 22 December 1911 to 6 March 1912. He was again acting president during a crisis and was succeeded by Francisco Andrade Marín.

Preceded by
Manuel Benigno Cueva
Vice President of Ecuador
1899-1903
Succeeded by
Alfredo Baquerizo
Preceded by
Eloy Alfaro
President of Ecuador
1911
Succeeded by
Emilio Estrada
Preceded by
Emilio Estrada
President of Ecuador
1911-1912
Succeeded by
Francisco Andrade Marín

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