Government of David Padilla Arancibia, 1978–79

General David Padilla Arancibia had taken the Presidency 24 November 1978, and formed his cabinet.

Ministry / Date 24.11.1978[1] 27.11.1978[2] 16.01.1979[3] 11.05.1979[4] 22.06.1979[5]
Foreign and Religious Affaire Raul Botelho Gozalves, ind Jorge Escobari Cusicanqui, ind
Interior, Migration and Justice Raul Lopez Leyton, mil
National Defense Hugo Céspedes Espinoza, mil Ismael Saavedra Sandoval, mil
Planning and Co-ordination Gary Prado Salmón, mil
Finance vacancy Wenceslao Albo Quiroz, ind Javier Alcoreza Melgarejo, mil
Education and Culture Jose Olvis Arias, mil Simon Sejas Tordoya, mil
Transport, Communications and Aviation Ariel Ascarrunz Hurtado, mil Juan Muñoz Revollo, mil
Labor and Union Affairs Vito Ramírez López, mil Hermes Fellman Forteza, mil
Industry, Commerce and Tourism Óscar Jaime Pammo Rodríguez, mil
Mining and Metallurgy Jorge Echazú Aguirre, mil
Energy and Hydrocarbons Mario Candia Navarro, mil
Agriculture and Peasant Affairs Rolando Saravia Ortuño, mil Félix Villarroel Terán, mil
Health and Social Security Luis Rivera Palacios, mil
Housing and Urbanism Alrerto Saenz, mil Norberto Salomón Soria, mil
Economic Integration no no no Gustavo Fernández Saavedra, ind
Press and Information Victor Aguilar Dorado, mil
Secretary to the Cabinet Abel Elías Sainz, mil Jaime Arancibia Echeverria, ind

mil – military

ind – independent

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 15977, 24.11.1978. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo
  2. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 15982, 27.11.1978. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo
  3. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 16108, 16.01.1979. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo
  4. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 16461, 11.05.1979. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo
  5. ^ Decreto Presidencial N° 16630, 22.06.1979. http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo