jueves, 19 de noviembre de 2009

los presidenthes ♥♥♥



The presidents of Colombia






1.1819) (1827-1830) General Simon BolivarLeader of the Hispanic-American independence (Caracas, Venezuela, 1783 - Santa Marta, Colombia, 1830). Born into a family of Basque origin of the creole nobility Venezuelan Simón Bolívar was formed by reading the Enlightenment thinkers (Locke, Rousseau, Voltaire, Montesquieu ...) and traveling through Europe.






General Rafael José Urdaneta






Rafael José Urdaneta Farias: Born in La Cañada de Urdaneta in Maracaibo then province of Edo. Zulia, Venezuela, on 24 October 1788. Son of Michael Jerome Urdaneta-Barranechea and Troconis and Mary Alexandrina Troconis Farias de Urdaneta, both of Basque descent. His birth certificate, is marked with the number ten, one hundred and forty folio on the back, in Maracaibo in the twenty-fifth month of October one thousand seven hundred eighty-eight, under license, the Reverend Jose Antonio Seldeño, baptized solemnly as the Jose Rafael Roman ritual and her godparents were Don Jose Trinidad Melchora Faria and Maria Estrella






Joaquín Mosquera






Joaquín Mosquera y Arboleda was born in Popayan on 14 December 1787. He was the eldest son of the marriage of Jose Maria Mosquera y Figueroa and Maria Manuela Arboleda Arrachea. Owned by two of the most influential and powerful families in their region, three of his brothers were prominent in public life in Colombia: Tomás Cipriano, Manuel Maria and Manuel Jose.At the young age of 5 years and could read and had entered the public school. He went to a seminary in the city and thence to the Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Senora del Rosario in Bogota, where he graduated as a lawyer in 1805




Caycedo Sunday






Caicedo and Sanz de SantamariaCasa de Nariño, Bogotá.Military and statesman responsible for Colombia's presidency on several occasions, born in Bogotá on 4 August 1783, died at the Hacienda Puente Aranda, near Bogota, July 1, 1843. Sunday Caycedo and Sanz de Santamaria is known for his republican activity, which was crucial to the consolidation of New Granada after the collapse of Gran Colombia. He studied law at the Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Senora del Rosario, where he graduated. In this institution he worked as a teacher and rose to the post of vice chancellor. However, always expressed interest in the political and military activities.






jose marquez icnacio of






José Ignacio de Márquez Barreto was a Colombian lawyer and politician, born in Ramiriquí, Boyacá on 9 September 1793, died March 21, 1880 in Bogota. President of the Republic between 1837 and 1841.Despite coming from a family of very limited resources, managed to study at the College of St. Bartholomew, because of their high academic qualifications, earning his bachelor's and Doctor of Civil Law. After practice as an attorney of Department of Finance before the Supreme Court (by designation of Bolívar, 1819-1821) was elected as alternate delegate to the Congress of Cucuta, which was held in 1821 due to the absence of some holders accounted participate in the deliberations , and came to preside over Congress. He served as Mayor of Boyacá department between 1825 and 1826. Even when he was appointed rector of the University of Boyacá in 1828, served only for a few months since he was elected deputy for the province of Tunja to the convention at Ocana, which also became president. Throughout the time of the Great Colombia, Marquez noted for their civility and respect to the constitution adopted by the Congress of Cucuta. In 1830 he served for several months as governor of Cundinamarca, until Domingo Caycedo interim president appointed him Minister of Finance, a position from which was marked by the austerity that rescued the country's finances






(1841-1845) General Pedro Alcantara Herran and Zaldua






(Bogota, 1800 to 1872) was a Colombian political and military. His given name was responding to the devotion to San Pedro de Alcantara.Between 1821 and 1824, Herran Zaldúa fought in the Revolutionary War under the command of Marshal Antonio José de Sucre, with whom participated in the battle of Ayacucho, who accompanied in later years during his administration in Bolivia. Subsequently went into politics, and held various positions. As president of the Republic of New Granada (1841-1845), promulgated the Constitution of 1843 and, applying a conservative, suppressed freedom of the press and gave the clergy a monopoly on education, as well as the return of the Jesuits. Given the scope of conservative reform and the role of the Church in society, the liberals did not slow to react violently.After leaving office, was Secretary of War, Senator, Commander of the army and, finally, Ambassador to Washington. As Minister Plenipotentiary of New Granada in Costa Rica (1856), signed the Calvo-Herran Treaty, the first agreement which sought to resolve the border dispute between the two countries.








General Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera y Arboleda






Pedro Alcantara Herran Zaldua Martinez (Bogota, 1800 to 1872) was a Colombian political and military. His given name was responding to the devotion to San Pedro de Alcantara.Between 1821 and 1824, Herran Zaldúa fought in the Revolutionary War under the command of Marshal Antonio José de Sucre, with whom participated in the battle of Ayacucho, who accompanied in later years during his administration in Bolivia. Subsequently went into politics, and held various positions. As president of the Republic of New Granada (1841-1845), promulgated the Constitution of 1843 and, applying a conservative, suppressed freedom of the press and gave the clergy a monopoly on education, as well as the return of the Jesuits. Given the scope of conservative reform and the role of the Church in society, the liberals did not slow to react violently.After leaving office, was Secretary of War, Senator, Commander of the army and, finally, Ambassador to Washington. As Minister Plenipotentiary of New Granada in Costa Rica (1856), signed the Calvo-Herran Treaty, the first agreement which sought to resolve the border dispute between the two countries.








General José Hilario López






(Popayán, February 18, 1798 - Campoalegre, Huila, November 27, 1869). Military and political Colombian President (1849-1853). Son of Joseph Casimiro Lopez official crusade, and Rafaela Fernandez Valdes of Cordoba. He studied at Popayan, under the tutelage of Jose Felix Restrepo.






José María Obando






Güenque, Corinto, Cauca, 1795 - Cruz Verde, El Rosal, Cundinamarca 1861). Military Colombian politician, President of the Republic (1853-1854).Her adoptive father, took him to Pasto in 1811, along with most other nearby Spanish and descendants of them. He was a lieutenant colonel in the royalist army, but on February 7, 1822, he joined the ranks and led the struggle for independence which defeated the royalists in Pasto. General Francisco de Paula Santander was commissioned by the civil and military command of that city. He married Dolores Espinosa de los Monteros, who bore him six children before dying in childbirth in the last one.






1854) José María Melo Ortiz






Ortiz (Chaparral, Tolima, Colombia October 9, 1800 - The Trinity, Mexico June 1, 1860) was a soldier and politician born in present day Colombia, when still part of the Spanish Viceroyalty of New Granada. Pijao indigenous origin, and son of Manuel Antonio Melo and Maria Antonia Ortiz grew up in Ibague. He was President of his country during the Revolution of 1854.







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