Bartolomé Martínez

Bartolomé Martínez González[1] (24 August 1873 in Jinotega – 30 January 1936 in Matagalpa) was Nicaraguan politician from the Conservative Party. He served as Vice President of Nicaragua from January 1921 to October 1923.[2] After the death of Diego Manuel Chamorro, and after a brief period of 15 days where the Interior Minister, Rosendo Chamorro Oreamuno held office, while waiting for Martínez to return to the capital, he was sworn in to serve the remainder of Chamorro's term as President of Nicaragua from 27 October 1923 to 1 January 1925.[1]

Bartolomé Martínez González
President of Nicaragua
In office
27 October 1923 – 1 January 1925
Vice PresidentVacant
Preceded byRosendo Chamorro (Acting)
Succeeded byCarlos José Solórzano
Vice President of Nicaragua
In office
1 January 1921 – 12 October 1923
PresidentDiego Manuel Chamorro
Preceded byNemesio Martínez
Succeeded byJuan Bautista Sacasa (1925)
Personal details
Born24 August 1873
Jinotega, Nicaragua
Died30 January 1936(1936-01-30) (aged 62)
Matagalpa, Nicaragua
NationalityNicaragua Nicaraguan
Political partyConservative

In a short time he recovered on behalf of the national government the Customs Office, the Central Bank and the Railroad of Nicaragua, which were in the hands of the American bankers Brown and Seligman. He formed a National Government, including the Liberals.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Gobernantes de Nicaragua". Ministerio de Educación. 9 December 2012. Archived from the original on 9 October 2012.
  2. ^ History of Vicepresidency Archived 2008-10-25 at the Wayback Machine
Political offices
Preceded by
Nemesio Martínez
Vice President of Nicaragua
1921–1923
Succeeded by
Juan Bautista Sacasa
Preceded by
Rosendo Chamorro
President of Nicaragua
1923–1925
Succeeded by
Carlos José Solórzano