Eduardo Víctor Haedo

Eduardo Víctor Haedo [1] (Mercedes, Soriano, July 28, 1901 – November 15, 1970) was a Uruguayan political figure.

Frondizi en el acto de 25 de mayo de 1960.jpeg

BackgroundEdit

Haedo was a prominent member of the Uruguayan National Party. He served as Education Minister from 1936 to 1938 under President Gabriel Terra.

President of UruguayEdit

He was President of the National Council of Government 1961–1962, succeeding his National Party colleague Benito Nardone.

Post PresidencyEdit

Haedo was succeeded as President in 1962 by Faustino Harrison, also of the Uruguayan National Party.

He died in 1970.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 'Eduardo Víctor Haedo', Wikipedia (in Spanish) es:Eduardo Víctor Haedo

See alsoEdit

Political offices
Preceded by President of the Uruguayan National Council of Government
1961 – 1962
Succeeded by