Salvador Aguirre (Honduras)

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Salvador Aguirre (1862–1947) was acting President of Honduras for one week, from 9 through 16 September 1919.

In early 1919 by then President of Honduras was Francisco Bertrand Barahona, who his opponents were thrown against a Civil War, for which the provisional presidency went to Salvador Aguirre and that the surrender a week later his successor Dr. Vicente Mejia Colindres, who served as Minister of the Government.[1]

  1. ^ New York Times 5 March 1911, HONDURAN FACTIONS AGREE, Francisco Bertrand Chosen President Pending Election to Replace Davila
Political offices
Preceded by
Francisco Bertrand
President of Honduras
Succeeded by
Vicente Mejía Colindres