Cesáreo Chacaltana Reyes

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Cesáreo Chacaltana Reyes (February 25, 1845 – November 14, 1906) was a Peruvian lawyer, jurist, diplomat and politician. He was born in Lima, Peru. He graduated from the National University of San Marcos and served on its faculty. He was a member of the Civilista Party. He was mayor of Lima in 1886. He was a member of the Chamber of Deputies of Peru and Senate of Peru. He served as minister of foreign affairs and the interior in the Government of Peru. He served twice as Prime Minister of Peru (August–November 1894, September 1901 – August 1902) and briefly Vice President of Peru.

Preceded by
César Canevaro
Mayor of Lima
1886
Succeeded by
César Canevaro
Preceded by
Ramón Ribeyro
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru
November 22, 1886 – August 22, 1887
Succeeded by
Carlos Maria Elías y de la Quintana
Preceded by
Ramón Ribeyro
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru
March 3 – May 11, 1893
Succeeded by
José Mariano Jiménez
Preceded by
Baltasar García Urrutia
Prime Minister of Peru
August 10 – November 16, 1894
Succeeded by
Manuel Irigoyen Larrea
Preceded by
Minister of the Interior of Peru
August 10 – November 13, 1894
Succeeded by
Salvador Cavero
Preceded by
Domingo M. Almenara Butler
Prime Minister of Peru
September 11, 1901 – August 9, 1902
Succeeded by
Cesáreo Octavio Deustua Escarza
Preceded by
Anselmo Barreto
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru
September 11, 1901 – August 10, 1902
Succeeded by
Aníbal Villegas

Works[edit]

  • Patronato Nacional Argentino. Cuestiones de actualidad sobre las recíprocas relaciones de la Iglesia y el Estado (Buenos Aires, 1895).
  • Programa de Derecho Civil Común (1896).
  • Derecho Civil Común (1897).

Bibliography[edit]

  • Basadre, Jorge: Historia de la República del Perú. 1822 - 1933, Octava Edición, corregida y aumentada. Tomos 8 y 9. Editada por el Diario "La República" de Lima y la Universidad "Ricardo Palma". Impreso en Santiago de Chile, 1998.
  • Tauro del Pino, Alberto: Enciclopedia Ilustrada del Perú. Tercera Edición. Tomo 4, CAN/CHO. Lima, PEISA, 2001. ISBN 9972-40-153-3