Pedro Pinto Rubianes

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Pedro Alfredo Pinto Rubianes (born 1931 in Quito) served as Vice President of Ecuador from 22 January 2000 to 15 January 2003, during the presidency of Gustavo Noboa. He was elected by National Congress to fill vacancy of vice presidency as Noboa became President.[1]

Pinto obtained an industrial engineer degree in Germany and studied economics in Ecuador.

In politics prior to vice presidency, Pinto was a provincial deputy for Pichincha and served as finance minister in the government of Osvaldo Hurtado.


Political offices
Preceded by
Gustavo Noboa Bejarano
Vice President of Ecuador
Succeeded by
Luis Alfredo Palacio González