Melo Viana

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Fernando de Melo Viana (15 March 1878 – 10 February 1954) was a Brazilian politician who was the 11th vice president of Brazil from 15 November 1926 to 24 October 1930 serving under President Washington Luís.[1] As vice president, he also served as the President of the Senate.[2] Later, he served as President of the 1946 Constituent Assembly.

Melo Viana
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Vice President of Brazil
In office
15 November 1926 – 24 October 1930
PresidentWashington Luís
Preceded byEstácio Coimbra
Succeeded byNereu Ramos
Vice President of the Federal Senate
In office
24 September 1946 – 16 March 1951
Preceded byClodomir Cardoso
Succeeded byMarcondes Filho
Senator for Minas Gerais
In office
2 February 1946 – 10 February 1954
President of Minas Gerais
In office
21 December 1924 – 7 September 1926
Preceded byOlegário Maciel
Succeeded byAntônio Carlos Ribeiro de Andrada
Other offices held
1946–1946President of the Constituent Assembly
1938–1944President of the Order of Attorneys of Brazil
1922–1924Secretary of the Interior of Minas Gerais
1918–1922Attorney General of Minas Gerais
1903–1906State Deputy of Minas Gerais
Personal details
Born
Fernando de Melo Viana

15 March 1878
Sabará, Minas Gerais, Empire of Brazil
Died10 February 1954(1954-02-10) (aged 75)
Rio de Janeiro, Federal District, Brazil
Spouse(s)
Alfida Leite de Magalhães
(m. 1906; died 1928)

Clotilde Elejalde
(m. 1928)
Children4
Alma materFree Faculty of Law

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fernando de Mello Viana". dec.ufcg.edu.br. Archived from the original on March 5, 2016. Retrieved September 28, 2014.
  2. ^ "República Velha (1889 - 1930) - Senado Federal". www25.senado.leg.br.
Political offices
Preceded by Vice President of Brazil
1926–1930
Succeeded by