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Fernando Da Mata Pimentel
Fernando Damata Pimentel
Fernando Damata Pimentel
(Belo Horizonte; 31 March 1951) is a Brazilian politician and economist. He is a member of the PT. He was the Mayor of Belo Horizonte
Mayor of Belo Horizonte
from 2001 to 2009, became the Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade in the Cabinet of Rousseff, and is currently the Governor of Minas Gerais, having assumed office on 1 January 2015.Contents1 Life1.1 Academic career2 See also 3 External linksLife[edit] Fernando Pimentel
Fernando Pimentel
studied Economy
Economy
at the Federal University of Minas Gerais
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Excellency
Excellency
Excellency
is an honorific style given to certain high-level officers of a sovereign state, officials of an international organization, or members of an aristocracy. Once entitled to the title "Excellency", the holder usually[citation needed] retains the right to that courtesy throughout his or her lifetime, although in some cases the title is attached to a particular office, and is held only for the duration of that office.[1] Generally people addressed as Excellency
Excellency
are heads of state, heads of government, governors, ambassadors, certain ecclesiastics, royalty, and others holding equivalent rank (e.g., heads of international organizations).[citation needed] It is sometimes misinterpreted as a title of office in itself, but in fact is an honorific that precedes various titles (such as Mr. President, and so on), both in speech and in writing
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List Of Governors Of Maranhão
This is the list of governors of Maranhão. Military coup[edit]# Name Took office Left office Party Notes Photo47 Belo, Newton de BarrosNewton de Barros Belo 000000001961-01-31-0000January 31, 1961 000000001966-01-31-0000January 31, 1966 PSD Elected governor. none available48 Sarney, JoséJosé Sarney 000000001966-01-31-0000January 31, 1966 000000001970-05-14-0000May 14, 1970 ARENA Elected governor.— Dino, Antônio JorgeAntônio Jorge Dino 000000001970-05-14-0000May 14, 1970 000000001971-03-15-0000March 15, 1971 ARENA Acting governor. none available49 Santana, Pedro Neiva dePedro Neiva de Santana 000000001971-03-15-0000March 15, 1971 000000001975-03-15-0000March 15, 1975 ARENA Appointed governor. none available— Murad, JoséJosé Murad 000000001975-03-15-0000March 15, 1975 000000001975-03-31-0000March 31, 1975 ARENA Acting governor. none available50 Nunes Freire, Oswaldo da CostaOswaldo da Costa Nunes Freire 000000001975-03-31-0000Ma
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List Of Governors Of Amapá
This is the list of governors of the Brazilian state of Amapá. Elected Governors[edit] Amapá has held direct elections for governor since 1990.# Name Took office Left office Party Notes Photo1 Barcellos, AnnibalAnnibal Barcellos 000000001991-01-01-0000January 1, 1991 000000001994-12-31-0000December 31, 1994PTB First elected governor of Amapá. none available2 Capiberibe, JoãoJoão Capiberibe 000000001995-01-01-0000January 1, 1995 000000002002-04-01-0000April 1, 2002PSB First re-elected governor of Amapá. Resigned before the end of his second term to run for another office.[1]3 Figueiredo, Dalva de SouzaDalva de Souza Figueiredo 000000002002-04-01-0000April 1, 2002 000000002002-12-31-0000December 31, 2002PT[1] Elected as lieutenant-governor, took the main office after her predecessor resigned. none available4 Góes, WaldezWaldez Góes 000000002003-01-01-0000January 1, 2003 000000002010-04-04-0000April 4, 2010PDT[2] Resig
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Waldez Góes
Antônio Waldez Góes
Waldez Góes
da Silva (born October 29, 1961) is a Brazilian politician
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List Of Governors Of Amazonas
This is a list of Governors of the Brazilian state of Amazonas. Imperial Period[edit]Presidents of the Province# Name Start of Term End of Term1 João Batista Figueiredo Tenreiro Aranha 1 January 1852 22 April 18532 Herculano Ferreira Pena 22 April 1853 28 April 18563 João Pedro Dias Vieira 28 April 1856 12 March 18574 Ângelo Tomás do Amaral 12 March 1857 10 November 18575 Francisco José Furtado 10 November 1857 24 November 18606 Manuel Clementino Carneiro da Cunha 24 November 1860 7 February 18637 Sinval Odorico de Moura 7 February 1863 7 April 18648 Adolfo de Barros Cavalcanti de Albuquerque Lacerda 7 April 1864 24 August 18659 Antônio Epaminondas de Melo 24 August 1865 24 November 186710 José Coelho da Gama e Abreu 24 November 1867 9 February 186811 Jacinto Pereira do Rego 9 February 1868 26 November 186812 João Wilkens de Matos 26 November 1868 8 August 187013 José de Mi
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Amazonino Mendes
Amazonino Armando Mendes (born November 16, 1939 Eirunepé, Amazonas) is a Brazilian politician. He served as the Governor of the Brazilian state of Amazonas for two non-consecutive tenures. He first served as Governor from 1987 until April 2, 1990, when he resigned from office to run for the Federal Senate.[1] He was elected governor in 1995, serving from 1995 until 2003. In 2017, Mendes was elected Governor of Amazonas succeeding David Almeida, who assumed as interim following the Superior Electoral Court
Superior Electoral Court
impeachment of former Governor José Melo and former Vice Governor Henrique Oliveira. As a result, the President of the Legislative Assembly of Amazonas
Legislative Assembly of Amazonas
State assumed until the elections were held on the 6th and 27th of August. References[edit]^ "Morre Vivaldo Frota, ex-governador do Amazonas". D24am. 2015-01-16. Archived from the original on 2015-02-03
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List Of Governors Of Bahia
Below is a list of Governors of the Brazilian state of Bahia.Order Name Term Begins Terms Ends Comments and Observations51st Rui Costa January 1, 2015 Incumbent50th Jaques Wagner January 1, 2007 January 1, 201549th Paulo Souto January 1, 2003 January 1, 200748th Otto Alencar April 5, 2002 January 1, 200347th César Borges January 1, 1999 April 5, 2002 (Resigned)46th Paulo Souto January 1, 1995 January 1, 199945th Antônio Imbassahy 1994 1995 President of the Assembly44th Ruy Trindade 1994 1994 President of the Court of Justice43rd Antônio Carlos Magalhães 1991 199442nd Nilo Moraes Coelho 1989 1991 Lieutenant governor41st Waldir Pires 1987 1989 Resigned40th João Durval Carneiro 1983 198739th Antônio Carlos Magalhães 1979 198338th Roberto Santos 1975 197937th Antônio Carlos Magalhães 1971 197536th Luiz Viana Filho 1967 197135th Lomanto Júnior 1963 1967
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Rui Costa (politician)
Rui Costa dos Santos (born January 18, 1963) is a Brazilian economist and politician. He is currently governor of Bahia
Bahia
since January 2015. He is affiliated with the Workers' Party (PT). In January 2007, invited by the Governor Jaques Wagner, Rui Costa took over the Secretariat of Institutional Relations (Serin), where he stayed until 2010. In Serin, Rui developed a new model of integration between the executive and legislative state with federal entities and movements social
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Camilo Santana
Camilo Sobreira de Santana (Crato, June 3, 1968) is a Brazilian agricultural engineer and politician, affiliated to the Workers' Party (PT). He has a bachelor's degree in agricultural engineering from the Federal University of Ceará
Ceará
and a master's degree in Development and Environment from the same university. As an undergraduate, he held the director function UFC Students of Central Directory. He was Secretary of Agrarian Development of the State of Ceará
Ceará
in the government of Cid Gomes, from 1 February 2007 to 31 December 2010, as well as Secretary of Cities in the same government.[1] He was voted the most voted state deputy of Ceará
Ceará
in October 2010, with 131,171 votes
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List Of Governors Of Espírito Santo
Below is a list of Governors of the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, since the creation of this administrative function, along with the proclamation of Republic in Brazil, until the present day. The governors of the Brazilian States were called presidents from 1889 to 1934. Then it was decided they should take the title of governors instead, which is the title they use until today. Prior to the proclamation of the Brazilian Republic in 1889, Brazil had no states at all; the country was subdivided into provinces, which administrators were appointed by the Emperor in agreement with the provinces' chambers of representatives. This list was taken and copied directly from the Governors of Espírito Santo's page on Portuguese, and some complementary information added here was taken from the Portuguese version of Britannica Encyclopedia edited in São Paulo, Brazil, 2000
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Paulo Hartung
Paulo Cesar Hartung Gomes (born April 21, 1957) is a Brazilian politician and was the Governor of the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo from 2003 until 2010.[1][2] He is currently serving as Governor of Espírito Santo
Espírito Santo
for a third, nonconsecutive term since January 1, 2015. Biography[edit] Paulo Hartung
Paulo Hartung
began his political career in the student movement, in a troubled period of Brazilian history, which were the last years of the military regime in 1964, which started with the deposition of João Goulart
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Marconi Perillo
Marconi Ferreira Perillo Júnior (born in Goiânia, March 7, 1963) is a Brazilian politician, affiliate to the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB). He is the current governor of the state of Goiás
Goiás
and he is on his third mandate (1999–2002; 2003–2006; 2011–).Contents1 Biography 2 Political trajectory 3 2010 elections 4 Corruption 5 References 6 External linksBiography[edit] Marconi Ferreira Perillo Júnior was Born in Goiânia, in the maternity Maternidade de Maio, in March 7, 1963, but was raised in Palmeiras de Goiás, where he consider his hometown. First born son of the merchant Marconi Ferreira Perillo and the housewife Maria Pires Perillo, he has also three other siblings: Antônio, Vânia and Tatiana. He went to Elementary School in the Public School of Palmeira de Goiás
Goiás
(1970–1978)
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Flávio Dino
Flávio Dino
Flávio Dino
de Castro e Costa (born April 30, 1968) is a Brazilian attorney, politician and teacher. A former federal judge, Dino was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 2006, serving a four-year term until 2011, representing the state of Maranhão. He ran for governor of Maranhão
Maranhão
in the 2014 election, and was elected. He became the governor of Maranhão
Maranhão
on January 1, 2015.[1] Dino also served 3 years as president of Embratur, a federal agency promoting Brazilian tourism, between his legislative ter and gubernatorial term
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Tião Viana
Sebastião Afonso Viana Macedo Neves, better known as Tião Viana (Rio Branco, February 9, 1961), is a doctor and Brazilian politician
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Pedro Taques
José Pedro Gonçalves Taques (born March 15, 1968) is a Brazilian teacher and politician. He serves as governor of Mato Grosso.[1] References[edit]^ Taques is elected governor of Mato Grosso
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