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Carlos Maia Pinto

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Carlos Maia Pinto

Carlos Henriques da Silva Maia Pinto (5 June 1866, in Porto – 2 November 1932), more commonly known as Carlos Maia Pinto, was a Portuguese military officer and republican politician during the Portuguese First Republic who, among others posts, served as President of the Ministry (Prime Minister).


Political offices
Preceded by
Manuel Maria Coelho
Prime Minister of Portugal
(President of the Ministry)

Succeeded by
Francisco Cunha Leal
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