Víctor González Fuentes

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Víctor González Fuentes was de facto president of Bolivia for less than a day, and is a former military general and a member of the military junta that ruled the country from 1971–1978. The junta included Juan Pereda, David Padilla, Wálter Guevara, Alberto Natusch, and Lydia Gueiler Tejada.[1] Fuentes was Chairman of that junta for July 21, 1978.

Prior to control of Bolivia, he was a signatory of the 1975 Decree Law No. 12760 during the Presidency of Hugo Banzer.[2]


Political offices
Preceded by
Hugo Banzer
President of Bolivia
Succeeded by
Juan Pereda