Miguel Alberto Flangini Ximénez

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Miguel Alberto Flangini Ximénez [1](1824–1900) was a Uruguayan political figure.


Flangini was a member of the Colorado Party (Uruguay). This was during an era which was marked by considerable turmoil within the party.

Interim President of Uruguay[edit]

He served briefly as President of Uruguay February – March 1882.

Flangini is seen as chiefly significant as a transitional figure between two Colorado Party (Uruguay) colleagues whose personal relations were sometimes fraught with difficulties: Francisco Antonino Vidal Silva, whom he succeeded as President, and Máximo Santos Barbosa, who in turn succeeded him.


He died in 1900.


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See also[edit]

Political offices
Preceded by
Francisco Antonino Vidal
President of Uruguay

Succeeded by
Máximo Santos