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Edward Luckhoo

Edward Luckhoo
Acting President of Guyana
last Governor-General
In office
22 February 1970 – 17 March 1970
Prime Minister Forbes Burnham
Preceded by Elizabeth II
as Queen of Guyana
Succeeded by Arthur Chung
3rd Governor General of Guyana
In office
10 November 1969 – 22 February 1970
Monarch Elizabeth II
Prime Minister Forbes Burnham
Preceded by David Rose
Succeeded by Office abolished
Personal details
Born 1912
Died 1998

Sir Edward Victor Luckhoo (1912 – 1998) was the Governor General of Guyana from 1966 to 1969 and became its Acting President upon the declaration of Guyana becoming a Republic, however he is not officially counted as a President of Guyana. He was knighted on 1 January 1970.


Government offices
Preceded by
David Rose
Governor General of Guyana
1969 – 1970
Succeeded by
Office abolished
Political offices
Preceded by
Office established
President of Guyana

Succeeded by
Arthur Chung

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