Government of Juan Pereda Asbún, 1978

General Juan Pereda Asbún had taken the Presidency 21 July 1978, and on 24 July 1978 formed his cabinet.

Ministry / Date 24.07.1978[1] 04.09.1978[2] 06.11.1978[3]
Foreign and Religious Affaire Ricardo Anaya Arce, PIR
Interior, Migration and Justice Faustino Rico Toro, mil
National Defense Ángel Salmón, mil Wálter Castro Avendaño, mil
Planning and Co-ordination Raúl Lema Patiño, MNR Ronald Mac Lean Abaroa, ind
Finance Jorge Tamayo Ramos, ind
Education and Culture Hernando García Vespa, FSB Humberto Cayoja Riart, mil
Transport, Communications and Aviation Alfredo Franco Guachalla, MNR Fernando Guillén Monje, mil
Labor and Union Affairs Jorge Burgoa Alarcón, ARB José Quiroz Antequera, mil
Industry, Commerce and Tourism Edwin Tapia Frontanilla, UNB Natalio Morales Mosquera, mil
Mining and Metallurgy Ismael Castro Montaño, ind Jorge Echazú Aguirre, mil
Energy and Hydrocarbons Jaime Larrazabal L., ind David Fernández Viscarra, mil
Agriculture and Peasant Affairs Guillermo Escobar Uhry, mil
Health and Social Security Oscar Román Vaca, ind Luis Kuramoto Medina, mil
Housing and Urbanism Gastón Moreira Ostria, FSB Lucio Añez Rivera, mil
Secretary to the Cabinet Guillermo Bilbao La Vieja, BRB Luis Fernando Valle Quevedo, mil

MNR – Revolutionary Nationalist Movement

FSB – Bolivian Socialist Falange

PIR – Revolutionary Left Party

UNB – Barrientista National Union

ARB – Barrientista Revolutionary Alliance

BRB – Barrientista Revolutionary Block

mil – military

ind – independent

Notes

  1. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 15689, 24.07.1978. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo
  2. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 15777, 04.09.1978. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo
  3. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 15930, 06.11.1978. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo
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