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José María Pérez de Urdininea

José María Pérez de Urdininea
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3rd President of Bolivia
In office
18 April 1828 – 2 August 1828
Preceded by Antonio José de Sucre
Succeeded by José Miguel de Velasco Franco
Personal details
Born (1784-10-31)31 October 1784
Luribay, La Paz Department, Bolivia
Died 4 November 1865(1865-11-04)
La Paz, Bolivia

José María Pérez de Urdininea (31 October 1784 – 4 November 1865) was the third President of Bolivia and the first to be born in Bolivia itself. He fought with the patriots against the Argentines in Peru. Despite being President for only three months, Pérez held a number of important positions in the Bolivian government including Minister of War between 1841 and 1847.

Political offices
Preceded by
Antonio José de Sucre
President of Bolivia
18 April 1828 – 2 August 1828
Succeeded by
José Miguel de Velasco Franco

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