1834 Central American federal election

Francisco Morazán’s first four-year term ended in 1834 and new elections for President of the Federal Republic of Central America were held that year. Morazán become very unpopular among the liberal elites that were his main supporters when he change the federal capital from Guatemala to El Salvador, so this time moderate conservative leader José Cecilio del Valle won the election undisputedly.[1] Unfortunately, Valle died before taking the oath while traveling between Honduras and Guatemala, so new elections were call for February of the next year.[2]

1834 Central American federal election

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  Cecilio del Valle Wallpaper.jpg Francisco Morazán.jpg
Nominee José Cecilio del Valle Francisco Morazán
Party Conservative Liberal
Home state Honduras Honduras

President before election

Francisco Morazán
Liberal

Elected President

José Cecilio del Valle
Conservative

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ko, Haeuk. "An Overview Study of the Federal Republic of Central America". WHKMLA. Retrieved 19 August 2016.
  2. ^ Ulloa, Felix. "Dos siglos de elecciones en Centroamérica" (PDF). TSE (in Spanish). Retrieved 19 August 2016.