Raimundo Andueza Palacio

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Raimundo Andueza
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President of Venezuela
In office
19 March 1890 – 17 June 1892
Preceded byJuan Pablo Rojas
Succeeded byGuillermo Tell Villegas
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
In office
3 March 1877 – 24 November 1877
PresidentFrancisco Linares Alcántara
In office
23 October 1899 – 30 July 1900
PresidentCipriano Castro
Personal details
Born(1846-02-06)6 February 1846
Guanare, Portuguesa, Venezuela
Died17 August 1900(1900-08-17) (aged 54)
Caracas, Venezuela
Political partyLiberal Party
Spouse(s)Isabel González Esteves

Raimundo Ignacio Andueza Palacio (6 February 1846 – 17 August 1900), was President of Venezuela (1890–1892) and a member of the Liberal Party. He was born in Guanare, Portuguesa state, 6 February 1846. Son of Raimundo Andueza and Carolina Palacio. He was the Minister of Finance from 1877 to 1878.[1] He became president on 7 March 1890. His term ended on 17 June 1892. Cousin of Venezuelan President Victorino Marquez Bustillos, He died in Caracas, 17 August 1900.

Personal life[edit]

Palacio was married to Isabel González Esteves,[citation needed] who served as First Lady of Venezuela from 1890 until 1892.[citation needed][2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Hacienda, Venezuela Ministerio de (16 September 1965). "Revista de hacienda". Ministerio de Hacienda. – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Victorino Marquez Bustillos

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Political offices
Preceded by
Juan Pablo Rojas
President of Venezuela
1890 – 1892
Succeeded by
Guillermo Tell Villegas
Preceded by
Eduardo Calcaño
92nd Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
3 March 1877-24 November 1877
Succeeded by
Marco Antonio Saluzzo
Preceded by
Manuel Clemente Urbaneja
125th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
23 October 1899 – 30 July 1900
Succeeded by
Eduardo Blanco