Ignacio Luis Arcaya
|Ignacio Luis Arcaya|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela|
1959 – 28 August 1960
|Succeeded by||Marcos Falcón Briceño|
|Born||3 May 1912|
|Died||4 September 1990|
Ignacio Luis Arcaya Rivero (Santa Ana de Coro, 3 May 1912 - Caracas, 4 September 1990), was a Venezuelan lawyer and politician. He was one of the signatories of the Punto Fijo Pact for his party, the Democratic Republican Union (URD).
He was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela 1959-1960, and in that capacity took part in the 7th Organization of American States conference on 16 August 1960, where against his President's wishes he abstained on the issue of Cuban relations with the Organization of American States. He was President of the Venezuelan Chamber of Deputies, and became a Supreme Court of Venezuela judge in 1965.
- Dávila, Luis Ricardo (9 December 2008). "Rómulo Betancourt, Volumen Siete Antología Política" [Political Anthology of Rómulo Betancourt, Seventh Volume] (PDF) (in Spanish). University of the Andes. p. 1. Retrieved 25 October 2014.
- (Spanish) Ignacio Luis Arcaya Rivero, accessed 24 May 2012
- (Spanish) Jose Virtuoso, SIC, September–October 1990, Ignacio Luis Arcaya, p368
- Embassy of Venezuela to the United States, Ambassador IGNACIO ARCAYA
- Luis Arcaya's Justification for his 1960 OAS vote (audio recording in MP3 format)
- (Spanish) Ramón José Velásquez, August 1952, Ignacio Luis Arcaya. La opinión de URD
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