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António Maria da Silva

António Maria da Silva
Prime Minister of Portugal
In office
18 December 1925 – 29 May 1926
President Bernardino Machado
Preceded by Domingos Pereira
Succeeded by Junta of Public Salvation
In office
2 July 1925 – 1 August 1925
President Manuel Teixeira Gomes
Preceded by Vitorino Guimarães
Succeeded by Domingos Pereira
In office
6 February 1922 – 15 November 1923
President António José de Almeida
Manuel Teixeira Gomes
Preceded by Francisco da Cunha Leal
Succeeded by António Ginestal Machado
In office
26 June 1920 – 19 July 1920
President António José de Almeida
Preceded by José Ramos Preto
Succeeded by António Granjo
Personal details
Born 26 May 1872
Lisbon, Portugal
Died 14 October 1950(1950-10-14) (aged 78)
Lisbon, Portugal
Political party Democratic Party
Spouse(s) Adelina Antónia Marques de Lemos
Children Maria Manuela
Alma mater University of Coimbra
Occupation Mining engineer

António Maria da Silva, GCTE (Portuguese pronunciation: ; 26 May 1872 in Lisbon – 14 October 1950 in Lisbon) was a Portuguese politician. An engineer, he was a prominent member of the Portuguese Republican Party. He was Prime Minister (President of the Council of Ministers) for four times, during the Portuguese First Republic. After his party victory in the legislative elections of 8 November 1925, he was invited to form government. He led a great campaign against President [[Manuel

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