Liberato Pinto

Liberato Damião Ribeiro Pinto ComTE, ComC, ComA, ComSE, (Lisbon, 29 September 1880 – Lisbon, 4 August 1949) was a Portuguese Lieutenant Colonel of the Republican National Guard (Guarda Nacional Republicana, GNR), politician and President of the Ministry (Prime Minister) of one of the governments of the Portuguese First Republic. He was the Portuguese head of government for a short time from 1920 to 1921 and the 44th Minister of Finance of Portugal from 22 February 1921 until 2 March 1921.[1]

Liberato Pinto
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79th Prime Minister of Portugal
(25th of the Republic)
In office
30 November 1920 – 2 March 1921
PresidentAntónio José de Almeida
Preceded byÁlvaro de Castro
Succeeded byBernardino Machado
Minister for Interior
In office
30 November 1920 – 2 March 1921
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byÁlvaro de Castro
Succeeded byBernardino Machado
Minister for the Navy
In office
5 February 1921 – 2 March 1921
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byJúlio do Patrocínio Martins
Succeeded byFernando Brederode
Minister of Finance
(interim)
In office
22 February 1921 – 2 March 1921
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byFrancisco Cunha Leal
Succeeded byAntónio Maria da Silva
Personal details
Born(1880-09-29)29 September 1880
Lisbon, Portugal
Died4 September 1949(1949-09-04) (aged 68)
Lisbon, Portugal
Political partyDemocratic Party
Spouse(s)Maria Augusta Supico
ChildrenClotário Luís Supico Ribeiro Pinto
OccupationMilitary officer (National Republican Guard)
and private teacher

He married Maria Augusta Supico and had a son Minister Clotário Luís Supico Ribeiro Pinto (1909-1986), 937th Associate of the Second Tauromachic Club, married on 4 April 1945 to Cecília Maria de Castro Pereira de Carvalho (born Lisbon, Mártires, 30 May 1921), of the Viscounts (formerly Barons) of Chanceleiros, who became celebrated for her radio support to the troops of the Portuguese Colonial War, without issue, and had a natural daughter by actress Maria Adelaide da Silva Lalande (Castelo Branco, Salgueiro do Campo, 7 November 1913 - Lisbon, 21 March 1968), wife of actor Ribeirinho.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Liberato Pinto". Retrieved 3 June 2013.
Political offices
Preceded by Prime Minister of Portugal
(President of the Ministry)

1920–1921
Succeeded by