Tomás Romero Pereira
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Associated with the Colorado Party and General Alfredo StroessnerEdit
President of ParaguayEdit
As a compromise between the military who led the coup and the Colorado Party who was in power, he took office May 8, 1954. An election was held on July 11, 1954, with Stroessner as the sole candidate.
On August 15, 1954, Romero handed over the presidency to Alfredo Stroessner who then became the dictator of Paraguay for 35 years.
He died on 12 August 1982 at the age of 95.
- Truhart, Peter (1996). International Directory of Foreign Ministers, 1589-1989: Supplement, 1945-1995. ISBN 9783598112768.
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May 5, 1954 – August 15, 1954
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