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List of heads of state of Federal Republic of Central America

Coat of arms of the Federal Republic of Central America

This is a list of heads of state of Federal Republic of Central America from its founding in 1821/1823 until its dissolution in 1840.

Heads of State

Superior Political Chiefs

Head of State Took office Left office Party
Gabino Gaínza 15 September 1821 5 January 1822
Part of the First Mexican Empire (5 January 1822-1 July 1823)
Vicente Filisola 1 July 1823 10 July 1823

First Triumvirate

Head of State Took office Left office Party
Pedro Molina Mazariegos 10 July 1823 4 October 1823 Liberal
Antonio Rivera Cabezas 10 July 1823 4 October 1823 Liberal
Juan Vicente Villacorta Díaz 10 July 1823 4 October 1823

Second Triumvirate

Head of State Took office Left office Party
Juan Vicente Villacorta Díaz 6 October 1823 15 March 1824 Liberal
Manuel José Arce 15 March 1824 20 October 1824 Liberal
José Manuel de la Cerda y Aguilar 20 October 1824 29 April 1825
Tomas O'Horan 4 October 1823 29 April 1825
José Santiago Milla Pineda Arriaga 4 October 1823 5 February 1824
José Cecilio del Valle 5 February 1824 29 April 1825 Conservative

Presidents

President Took office Left office Party
Manuel José Arce 29 April 1825 13 April 1829 Liberal
Mariano Beltranena y Llano
(interim)
13 April 1829 14 June 1829 Liberal
José Francisco Barrundia
(interim)
26 June 1829 16 June 1830 Liberal
Francisco Morazán 16 September 1830 16 September 1834 Liberal
José Cecilio del Valle
Elected in 1834 Died in 1834 before being sworn into office Conservative
José Gregorio Salazar
(interim)
16 September 1834 14 February 1835 Liberal
Francisco Morazán 14 February 1835 1 February 1839 Liberal
Diego Vigil Cocaña
(interim)
1 February 1839 31 March 1840 Liberal

See also

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