Rafael Pérez Pareja

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Rafael Pérez Pareja
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President of Ecuador
In office
October 15, 1883 – November 23, 1883
Preceded by Ramón Borrero y Cortázar
Succeeded by José María Plácido Caamaño
Personal details
Born 1836
Quito, Ecuador
Died 1897 (aged 60–61)
Quito, Ecuador
Nationality Ecuadorian
Spouse(s) Antonia Chiriboga y Muñoz
Children Juan Nepomuceno, Carmen Amelia, Rafael, Miguel Ángel, Antonio, María, Eduardo, Pedro, Elisa and Mercedes Elena.

Rafael Pérez Pareja (1836–1897) was a public figure in 19th-century Ecuador, a supporter of liberalism. He was acting president of Ecuador from 15 October to 23 November 1883.

He served as Vice President of Ecuador from 15 October 1883 to 10 February 1884[1].

Born in the household formed by José María Pérez Calisto, Knight First Class of the Royal American Order of Isabel the Catholic, and Leonor de Pareja y Arteta.

He fought vehemently against the dictatorship of Ignacio de Veintemilla.

He was military chief of the province of Pichincha, only to be interim president of Ecuador as a member of pentavirato who ruled the country between October 15 and November 23, 1883, along with Pablo Herrera, Luis Cordero, Pedro Lizarzaburu and Agustin Guerrero.

He married Munoz Antonia Chiriboga in 1850.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vicepresidentes en la historia" (PDF). www.vicepresidencia.gob.ec. Retrieved 25 November 2017. 

Sources[edit]

  • Diego Pérez-Ordóñez, Genealogía de los Pérez de Quito, descendientes de don Pedro Pérez Muñoz, publicaciones Ceniga, Quito, 1994.
  • Fernando Jurado Noboa, Los Chiriboga, Quito, 1989.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Ramón Borrero y Cortázar
Coat of arms of Ecuador.svg
President of Ecuador
1883
Succeeded by
José Plácido Caamaño