Israel Nogueda Otero
Israel Nogueda Otero (January 16, 1935 – June 15, 2012) was a Mexican politician, economist and member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). Nogueda served as the Municipal President of Acapulco municipality from 1969 to 1971 and the Governor of Guerrero from 1971 until 1975.
Israel Nogueda Otero
|Governor of Guerrero|
20 April 1971 – 31 January 1975
|Preceded by||Caritino Maldonado Pérez|
Roberto Rodríguez Mercado (interim)
|Succeeded by||Xavier Olea Muñoz|
|Member of the Chamber of Deputies |
for the Guerrero′s 4th district
1 September 1967 – 26 December 1968
|Preceded by||Rafael Camacho Salgado|
|Succeeded by||Alfonso Argudín Alcaraz|
|Born||January 16, 1935|
Atoyac de Álvarez, Guerrero, Mexico
|Died||June 15, 2012|
|Political party||Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI)|
In April 1971, Nogueda became the Governor of Guerrero following the death of his predecessor, Caritino Maldonado Pérez, who died in office. During Nogueda's tenure, the state government faced a guerrilla insurgency led by Genaro Vázquez Rojas and Lucio Cabañas, who operated in Guerrero.
Noting the worsening crisis in Guerrero, the federal Congress of the Union removed Governor Israel Nogueda Otero from office in January 1975. Congress appointed a new interim governor, Xavier Olea Muñoz, who was sworn into office on January 31, 1975, as Nogueda's successor.
He later served on an internal state commissioner for the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).
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