Carnaval de Tambobamba

Carnaval de Tambobamba

lunes, 11 de julio de 2011

Eleuterio Aramburú

Eleuterio Colonel Aramburu (nineteenth century) was a Peruvian political and military took over the presidency of Peru for a few days in March 1843,during the period known as the military anarchy
interim ruling

During the anarchy unleashed by the death of President Agustín Gamarra in the battle of Ingavi inBolivia (1841), Aramburu served as commanding general of the lining of Lima, in the service of President Juan Francisco de Vidal. With the advance of the revolution of Manuel Ignacio de Vivanco Vidal stepped down handing JustoFiguerola, on March 15, 1843. Days later,Aramburu spoke in behalf of Figuerola Vivancoand dismissed (March 19). But only in power for three days. After the successive internshipsColonel José Rufino Echenique and Gen. JuanAntonio Pezet, Vivanco took power, establishing the Board (April 7, 1843).

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