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Governor of Buenos Aires Province

Governor of Buenos Aires Province
Incumbent
Daniel Scioli

since December 10, 2007
Term length 4 years

The governor of the Buenos Aires province is a citizen of the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina, holding the office of governor for the corresponding period. The governor is elected alongside a vice-governor. Currently the governor of Buenos Aires Province is Daniel Scioli, since December 10, 2007.

Requirements

For being able to be elected as governor, the citizen must have been born in Argentina, or be the son of an Argentine citizen if born at a foreign country.[1] The citizen must also be of at least 30 years old,[1] and have at least 5 uninterrupted years of residence in the province if not natural from it. The period lasts 4 years, with the chance of a single reelection.

Governor intendant

Period Governor
January 13, 1812 - February 10, 1813 Miguel de Azcuénaga (interim)
February 14, 1813 - April 16, 1815 Antonio González Balcarce
April 16, 1815 - May 19, 1815 Buenos Aires Cabildo (interim)
May 19, 1815 - June 8, 1818 Manuel Luis de Oliden
June 8, 1818 - Julio 30, 1818 José Rondeau
July 30, 1818 - November 12, 1818 Juan Ramón Balcarce
November 13, 1818 - March 16, 1819 Eustaquio Díaz Vélez (interim)
March 17, 1819 - February 9, 1820 Juan Ramón Balcarce
February 9, 1820 - February 16, 1820 Matías de Irigoyen

Governors managing international relations (de facto Heads of State)

Period Governor Portrait
February 16, 1820—February 18, 1820 Matías de Irigoyen (interim)
February 18, 1820—March 6, 1820 Manuel de Sarratea (interim)
March 6, 1820—March 11, 1820 Juan Ramón González Balcarce (interim)
March 11, 1820—May 2, 1820 Manuel de Sarratea
May 2, 1820—June 20, 1820 Ildefonso Ramos Mexía
June 20, 1820—June 23, 1820 Buenos Aires Cabildo (interim)
June 23, 1820—June 29, 1820 Miguel Estanislao Soler (interim)
June 29, 1820—September 20, 1820 Manuel Dorrego (interim)
September 20, 1820—April 2, 1824 Martín Rodríguez
April 2, 1824—March 7, 1826 Juan Gregorio de Las Heras
March 7, 1826—August 17, 1827 No provincial authorities
August 17, 1827—December 1, 1828 Manuel Dorrego
December 1, 1828—June 26, 1829 Juan Galo Lavalle (de facto)
June 26, 1829—December 6, 1829 Juan José Viamonte (interim)
December 6, 1829—December 5, 1832 Juan Manuel de Rosas
December 17, 1832—November 4, 1833 Juan Ramón González Balcarce
November 4, 1833—June 27, 1834 Juan José Viamonte
June 27, 1834—March 7, 1835 Manuel Vicente Maza (interim)
March 7, 1835—February 3, 1852 Juan Manuel de Rosas
February 3, 1852—July 26, 1852 Vicente López y Planes (interim)
July 26, 1852—September 4, 1852 Justo José de Urquiza (provisorio)
September 4, 1852—September 11, 1852 José Miguel Galán (interim)
September 11, 1852—October 31, 1852 Manuel Guillermo Pinto (interim)
October 31, 1852—December 7, 1852 Valentín Alsina
December 7, 1852—June 28, 1853 Manuel Guillermo Pinto (interim)
June 28, 1853—July 24, 1853 Junta de Representantes
July 24, 1853—May 27, 1854 Pastor Obligado (interim)

Governors

Period Governor Portrait
May 27, 1854 - December 21, 1858 Pastor Obligado
December 21, 1858 - November 8, 1859 Valentín Alsina
November 8, 1859 - May 3, 1860 Felipe Llavallol (interim)
May 3, 1860 - October 11, 1862 Bartolomé Mitre
October 11, 1862 - October 15, 1862 Vicente Cazón in charge of executive power
October 15, 1862 - May 3, 1866 Mariano Saavedra
May 3, 1866 - October 10, 1868 Adolfo Alsina
October 10, 1868 - May 3, 1872 Emilio Castro
May 3, 1872 - September 12, 1874 Mariano Acosta
September 12, 1874 - May 1, 1875 Álvaro Barros in charge of executive power
May 1, 1875 - May 1, 1878 Carlos Casares
May 1, 1878 - July 1, 1880 Carlos Tejedor
July 1, 1880 - July 18, 1880 José María Moreno
July 18, 1880 - October 11, 1880 José María Bustillo federal intervention
October 11, 1880 - May 1, 1881 Juan José Romero in charge of the executive power
May 1, 1881 - Ma 1, 1884 Dardo Rocha
May 1, 1884 - May 1, 1887 Carlos Alfredo D'Amico
May 1, 1887 - May 1, 1890 Máximo Paz
May 1, 1890 - August 7, 1893 Julio A. Costa
August 7, 1893 - August 8, 1893 Guillermo Doll Vice Senator
August 8, 1893 - August 9, 1893 Aristóbulo del Valle Minister in charge
August 9, 1893 - August 18, 1893 Juan Carlos Belgrano (interim)
August 18, 1893 - September 21, 1893 Eduardo Olivera (Federal intervention)
September 21, 1893 - May 1, 1894 Lucio Vicente López (Federal intervention)
May 1, 1894 - May 1, 1898 Guillermo Udaondo
May 1, 1898 - May 1, 1902 Bernardo de Irigoyen
May 1, 1902 - May 1, 1906 Marcelino Ugarte
May 1, 1906 - May 1, 1910 Ignacio Darío Irigoyen
May 1, 1910 - September 12, 1912 José Inocencio Arias
September 12, 1912 - March 15, 1913 Ezequiel de La Serna Vice Gob.
March 15, 1913 - July 2, 1913 Eduardo Arana Pte. Senate
July 2, 1913 - September 1, 1913 Juan Manuel Ortiz de Rosas
September 1, 1913 - May 1, 1914 Luis García Vice Gob.
May 1, 1914 - April 25, 1917 Marcelino Ugarte
April 25, 1917 - May 1, 1918 José Luis Cantilo Federal intervention
May 1, 1918 - May 20, 1921 José Camilo Crotto
May 20, 1921 - May 1, 1922 Luis Monteverde Vice Gob.
May 1, 1922 - May 1, 1926 José Luis Cantilo
May 1, 1926 - May 1, 1930 Valentín Vergara
May 1, 1930 - September 11, 1930 Nereo Crovetto
September 11, 1930 - December 31, 1930 Carlos Meyer Pellegrini Federal intervention
December 31, 1930 - January 19, 1931 Clodomino Zabalia Federal intervention
January 19, 1931 - May 4, 1931 Carlos Meyer Pellegrini Federal intervention
May 4, 1931 - May 12, 1931 Mariano Vedia (H)
May 12, 1931 - October 2, 1931 Manuel Alvarado Federal intervention
October 2, 1931 - February 18, 1932 Raymundo Meabe Federal intervention
February 18, 1932 - March 15, 1935 Federico L. Martínez de Hoz
March 15, 1935 - January 20, 1936 Raúl Diaz Vice Gob.
January 20, 1936 - January 29, 1936 Edgardo J. Miguez President of the Senate
January 29, 1936 - February 18, 1936 Raúl Diaz Vice Gob.
February 18, 1936 - March 7, 1940 Manuel Fresco
March 7, 1940 - March 13, 1940 Luis A. Cassinelli National commission
March 13, 1940 - February 1, 1941 Octavio R. Amadeo Federal intervention
February 1, 1941 - February 10, 1941 Eduardo T. López Federal intervention
February 10, 1941 - September 3, 1941 Eleazar T. Videla National commission
September 3, 1941 - September 13, 1941 Enrique I. Rottjer Federal intervention
September 13, 1941 - January 7, 1942 Dimas González Gowland National commission
January 7, 1942 - April 13, 1943 Rodolfo Moreno
April 13, 1943 - June 12, 1943 Edgardo J. Miguez Vice Gob.
June 12, 1943 - June 17, 1943 Oscar Cazalas National commission
June 17, 1943 - December 22, 1943 Armando Verdaguer National commission
December 22, 1943 - January 5, 1944 Faustino J. Legon Federal intervention
January 5, 1944 - May 5, 1944 Julio O. Ojea Federal intervention
May 5, 1944 - July 19, 1944 Luis García Mata Federal intervention
July 19, 1944 - December 27, 1944 Juan Carlos Sanguinetti Federal intervention
December 27, 1944 - January 12, 1945 Roberto M. Vanetta Federal intervention
January 12, 1945 - September 19, 1945 Juan Atilio Bramuglia Federal intervention
September 19, 1945 - September 28, 1945 Ramón del Rio Federal intervention
September 28, 1945 - October 17, 1945 Alberto H. Reales Federal intervention
October 17, 1945 - October 29, 1945 Francisco A. Sáenz Federal intervention
October 29, 1945 - January 22, 1946 Ramón A. Albariño Federal intervention
January 22, 1946 - January 24, 1946 Juan Enrique Coronas Federal intervention
January 24, 1946 - May 16, 1946 Francisco A. Sainz Kelly Federal intervention
May 16, 1946 - June 4, 1952 Domingo A. Mercante - PJ
June 4, 1952 - September 20, 1955 Carlos V. Aloe - PJ
September 20, 1955 - September 25, 1955 Carlos A. Diaz - PJ)
September 25, 1955 - November 10, 1955 Arturo E. Osorio Arana Federal intervention
November 10, 1955 - November 15, 1955 Juan María Mathet (delegated)
November 15, 1955 - May 2, 1958 Emilio A. Bonnecarrere Federal intervention
May 2, 1958 - March 20, 1962 Oscar Alende - UCRI
March 20, 1962 - April 13, 1962 Jorge Bermúdez Emparanza Federal intervention
April 13, 1962 - June 8, 1962 Roberto Etchepareborda National commission
June 8, 1962 - October 24, 1962 Ceferino Merbilhaa National commission
October 24, 1962 - April 24, 1963 Félix Trigo Viera National commission
April 24, 1963 - October 12, 1963 Francisco A. Imaz Federal commission
October 12, 1963 - June 28, 1966 Anselmo Marini - UCR
June 28, 1966 - uly 5, 1966 Jorge F. Von Stecher interventor Nacional
July 5, 1966 - June 16, 1969 Francisco A. Imaz (de facto)
June 16, 1969 - June 10, 1970 Saturnino Llorente (de facto)
June 10, 1970 - September 8, 1971 Horacio Rivara (de facto)
September 8, 1971 - May 25, 1973 Miguel Moragues (de facto)
May 25, 1973 - January 24, 1974 Oscar Bidegain - PJ
January 24, 1974 - March 24, 1976 Victorio Calabro - PJ
March 24, 1976 - April 8, 1976 Adolfo Sigwald (de facto)
April 8, 1976 - March 29, 1981 Ibérico Manuel Saint Jean (de facto)
March 29, 1981 - January 14, 1982 Oscar Gallino (de facto)
January 14, 1982 - December 11, 1983 de facto)
December 11, 1983 - December 11, 1987 Alejandro Armendáriz - UCR
December 11, 1987 - December 11, 1991 Antonio Cafiero - PJ
December 11, 1991 - December 10, 1999 Eduardo Duhalde - PJ
December 10, 1999 - January 2, 2002 Carlos Federico Ruckauf - PJ (resigned)
January 3, 2002 - December 10, 2007 Felipe Solá - PJ
Since December 10, 2007 Daniel Scioli - PJ

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Constitución de la Provincia de Buenos Aires - Art- 121 (Spanish)
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