Vitorino Guimarães

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Vitorino GuimarAes
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91st Prime Minister of Portugal
In office
15 February 1925 – 1 July 1925
President Manuel Teixeira Gomes
Preceded by José Domingues dos Santos
Succeeded by António Maria da Silva
Personal details
Born 13 November 1876
Penafiel, Portugal
Died 18 October 1957(1957-10-18) (aged 80)
Political party Democratic Party

Vitorino Máximo de Carvalho Guimarães (Penafiel, 13 November 1876 – 18 October 1957) was a Portuguese economist and politician. He was the son of João Antunes de Sousa Guimarães and Amélia Augusta de Carvalho.[1] He entered the School of the Army in 1901, graduating as official of military administration and initiating a career that united a passage in the area of the military administration. He integrated committee to after militate bred for the announcement of the Republic and its implantation. In 1911 he was elected member of the house of representatives to the Constituent Congress, for the electoral circle of Bragança. In 1925, he became Chairman of the board of Ministers of one of the governments of First Portuguese Republic


Political offices
Preceded by
José Domingues dos Santos
Prime Minister of Portugal
(President of the Ministry)

Succeeded by
António Maria da Silva