José Bernardo de Tagle
|José Bernardo de Tagle y Portocarrero|
February 27, 1823 – February 28, 1823
|Preceded by||José de la Mar|
|Succeeded by||José de la Riva Agüero|
July 17, 1823 – February 17, 1824
|Preceded by||Antonio José de Sucre|
|Succeeded by||Simón Bolívar|
|Born||March 21, 1779|
|Died||September 26, 1825(aged 46)|
El Callao, Peru
José Bernardo de Tagle y Portocarrero, marquis de Torre Tagle and marquis of Trujillo (Lima, 1779–1825 in El Callao) was a Peruvian soldier and politician, occupying the Peruvian presidency from 1823 to 1824.
He was the son of José Manuel Tagle Isasaga third Marquis of Torre-Tagle and María Mercedes Zamudio y Portocarrero, both aristocratic Peruvians of Spanish ancestors.
He briefly assumed the Presidency for the first time on February 1823, and again on July of the same year. When José de la Riva Agüero left the presidency, Sucre briefly took over the position until Torre Tagle was named President. Torre Tagle remained in charge until the arrival of Simón Bolivar on February 1824.
During his tenure, the Peruvian flag, which had been established by José de San Martín, was changed due to its complex elaboration. The new flag model proposed by Torre Tagle was composed of a vertical triband with red outer bands and a single white middle band with a sun in the center.
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José de La Mar
|President of the Government Junta|
José de la Riva Agüero
Antonio José de Sucre
(President of Peru)