Luis Mena Vado (c. 1865 – 20 May 1928) was the President of Nicaragua from 27 to 30 August 1910, after the fall of the government of General José Santos Zelaya. He later became acting President in rebellion. Mena was a conservative, part of the coalition government that also included liberal Juan Jose Estrada and conservatives Emiliano Chamorro and Adolfo Diaz.
|President of Nicaragua|
27 August 1910 – 30 August 1910
|Preceded by||José Dolores Estrada (Acting)|
|Succeeded by||Juan José Estrada (Acting)|
|Died||20 May 1928 (aged 62–63)|
|Spouse(s)||Margarita Montiel Leiva|
Liberal-Conservative Revolution 1912Edit
He was one of the leaders along with Benjamin Zeledon and Marcelo Castañeda On 23 September, General Mena, then the top leader of the revolutionaries, surrendered without a fight to the high command of the marines in the city of Granada and was sent into exile in Panama.
- "Nicaragua in the Independent and Modern Eras". Enciclopedia de Nicaragua. Editorial Oceano. Archived from the original on October 16, 2005. Retrieved December 1, 2005.
- "Luis Mena Vado, Presidente de Nicaragua".
José Dolores Estrada
| President of Nicaragua
Juan José Estrada