Juan Francisco Giró

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Juan Francisco Giró
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President of Uruguay
In office
1 March 1852 – 25 September 1853
Preceded by Bernardo Berro
Succeeded by Venancio Flores
Personal details
Born June 3, 1791
Montevideo, Uruguay
Died May 8, 1863 (aged 71)
Political party National Party
Profession Politician

Juan Francisco Giró (3 June 1791, Montevideo – 8 May 1863) was a Uruguayan politician and the President of Uruguay from 1852 until 1853.

He was deposed by a military mutiny in September 1853 by one of the Colorado party.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Bernardo Berro
Acting
President of Uruguay
1852–1853
Succeeded by
Venancio Flores