Pedro José de Arteta

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Pedro José de Arteta
Pedro Jose de Arteta y Calisto.jpg
Acting President of Ecuador
In office
7 November 1867 – 20 January 1868
Preceded byJerónimo Carrión
Succeeded byJuan Javier Espinosa
Vice President of Ecuador
In office
1868–1869
PresidentJuan Javier Espinosa
Preceded byPosition vacant
Succeeded byFrancisco Javier León
In office
1865–1867
PresidentJerónimo Carrión
Preceded byRafael Carvajal
Succeeded byPosition vacant
Personal details
Born
Pedro José de Arteta y Calisto

1797 (1797)
Quito, Quito, Spanish Empire
Died24 August 1873(1873-08-24) (aged 75–76)
Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador
Political partyConservative Party

Pedro José de Arteta y Calisto (1797, in Quito – 24 August 1873[1]) was Vice President of Ecuador from 1865 to 1869[2] and served briefly as President from 6 November 1867 to 20 January 1868.[3] He was the brother of Nicolás Joaquín de Arteta y Calisto, first Archbishop of Quito. He was a Conservative.

References[edit]

  1. ^ WM. "Эквадор". proekt-wms.narod.ru.
  2. ^ "Vicepresidentes en la historia" (PDF). www.vicepresidencia.gob.ec. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
  3. ^ Gomezjurado Zevallos, Javier (2015). Quito: Historia del Cabildo y la Ciudad (in Spanish) (First ed.). Instituto Metropolitano de Patrimonio. p. 296. ISBN 978-9942-20-821-7.
Political offices
Preceded by
Rafael Carvajal
Vice President of Ecuador
1865-1867
Succeeded by
Vacant
Preceded by
Jerónimo Carrión
President of Ecuador
1867-1868
Succeeded by
Juan Javier Espinosa
Preceded by
Vacant
Vice President of Ecuador
1868-1869
Succeeded by
Francisco Javier León