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Enrique Baldivieso

Enrique Baldivieso
25th Vice President of Bolivia
In office
28 May 1938 – 24 April 1939
President Germán Busch
Preceded by José Luis Tejada Sorzano
Succeeded by Julián Montellano
Personal details
Born 1902
Died 1957

Enrique Baldivieso Aparicio (b. 1902 in Tupiza, d. 1957) served as Vice President of Bolivia from 1938 to 1939, during the presidency of Germán Busch.[1] He was elected to the post for a four-year term by the National Convention of 1938, which was then serving as Bolivia's unicameral legislature.[2]

References

  1. ^ Vicepresidency of Bolivia
  2. ^ Klein, Herbert S. (1966-01-01). "'Social Constitutionalism' in Latin America: The Bolivian Experience of 1938". The Americas 22 (3): 264.  
Political offices
Preceded by
Vacant
Vice President of Bolivia
1938-1939
Succeeded by
Vacant


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