Joaquín Francisco Pacheco y Gutiérrez-Calderón

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Joaquín Francisco Pacheco
Joaquín Francisco Pacheco (Real Academia Española).jpg
Prime Minister of Spain
In office
28 March 1847 – 12 September 1847
MonarchIsabella II
Preceded byCarlos Martínez de Irujo
Succeeded byFlorencio García Goyena
Personal details
Born
Joaquín Francisco Pacheco y Gutiérrez-Calderón
NationalitySpanish

Joaquín Francisco Pacheco y Gutiérrez-Calderón (22 February 1808 in Écija – 8 October 1865 in Madrid) was a Spanish politician and writer who served as Prime Minister of Spain in 1847 and held other important offices such as Minister of State. He was also Ambassador to France and the 3rd Attorney General of Spain.

Political offices
Preceded by
The Duke of Sotomayor
Prime Minister of Spain
28 March 1847 – 31 August 1847
Succeeded by
Florencio García Goyena
Minister of State
28 March 1847 – 31 August 1847
Succeeded by
Antonio Caballero
Preceded by
Luis Mayans
Minister of State
30 July 1854 – 29 November 1854
Succeeded by
Claudio Antón de Luzuriaga
Preceded by
Lorenzo Arrazola
Minister of State
1 March 1864 – 16 September 1864
Succeeded by
Alejandro Llorente