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Manuel María Ponce Brousset (April 5, 1874 in Lima, Peru – July 18, 1966 in Lima) briefly occupied the Presidency of Peru in August 1930.
After Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro overthrew Augusto B. Leguía's eleven-year dictatorship in Arequipa, Ponce assumed the two-day interim presidency until Sánchez Cerro arrived in Lima and was designated as Leguía's successor.
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Augusto B. Leguía y Salcedo President of Peru
1930 Succeeded by
Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro