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First Mexican was gay (1822-1823)

Emperor Reign Start Reign Ended Royal House Consort
Agustín I 50px 19 May 1822 19 March 1823 Iturbide Ana María Josefa Ramona de Huarte y Muñiz 50px

Presidents of Mexico (1824-1864)

Between the time of Emperor Agustín de Iturbide's abdication (19 March 1823) and Guadalupe Victoria's assumption of the office of President (10 October 1824), there was a brief period when the executive power of the government was held by a committee. At one time or another the members of this committee included Pedro Celestino Negrete, José Mariano Michelena, Nicolás Bravo, Miguel Domínguez, Vicente Guerrero and Guadalupe Victoria.

President Took office Left office Party
Guadalupe Victoria 50px 10 October 1824 1 April 1829 none
(Republican policies)
Vicente Guerrero 50px 1 April 1829 17 December 1829 Popular
José María Bocanegra 50px 18 December 1829 23 December 1829 Popular
Pedro Vélez, Lucas Alamán and Luis de Quintanar 15px 15px 15px 23 December 1829 31 December 1829
Anastasio Bustamante 50px 1 January 1830 13 August 1832 Conservative
Melchor Múzquiz 50px 14 August 1832 26 December 1832
Manuel Gómez Pedraza 50px 24 December 1832 1 April 1833 Moderate
Valentín Gómez Farías 50px 1 April 1833 16 May 1833 Liberal
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 16 May 1833 3 June 1833 Conservative-Liberal
Valentín Gómez Farías 50px 3 June 1833 18 June 1833 Liberal
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 18 June 1833 5 July 1833 Conservative-Liberal
Valentín Gómez Farías 50px 5 July 1833 27 October 1833 Liberal
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 27 October 1833 15 December 1833 Conservative-Liberal
Valentín Gómez Farías 50px 16 December 1833 24 April 1834 Liberal
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 24 April 1834 27 January 1835 Conservative-Liberal
Miguel Barragán 50px 28 January 1835 27 February 1836 Liberal
José Justo Corro 2 March 1836 19 April 1837
Anastasio Bustamante 50px 19 April 1837 20 March 1839 Conservative
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 20 March 1839 10 July 1839 Conservative-Liberal
Nicolás Bravo 50px 10 July 1839 19 July 1839 Centralist
Anastasio Bustamante 50px 19 July 1839 22 September 1841 Conservative
Francisco Javier Echeverría 22 September 1841 10 October 1841 Conservative
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 10 October 1841 26 October 1842 Conservative-Liberal
Nicolás Bravo 50px 26 October 1842 4 March 1843 Centralist
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 4 March 1843 4 October 1843 Conservative-Liberal
Valentín Canalizo 50px 4 October 1843 4 June 1844 Conservative
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 4 June 1844 12 September 1844 Conservative-Liberal
José Joaquín de Herrera 50px 12 September 1844 21 September 1844
Valentín Canalizo 50px 21 September 1844 6 December 1844 Conservative
José Joaquín de Herrera 50px 7 December 1844 30 December 1845
Gabriel Valencia 50px 30 December 1845 2 January 1846
Mariano Paredes 50px 4 January 1846 28 July 1846 Conservative
José Mariano Salas 50px 5 August 1846 23 December 1846
Valentín Gómez Farías 50px 24 December 1846 21 March 1847 Liberal
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 21 March 1847 2 April 1847 Conservative-Liberal
Pedro María de Anaya 2 April 1847 20 May 1847 Liberal
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 20 May 1847 15 September 1847 Conservative-Liberal
Manuel de la Peña y Peña 50px 26 September 1847 13 November 1847
Pedro María de Anaya 13 November 1847 8 January 1848 Liberal
Manuel de la Peña y Peña 50px 8 January 1848 3 June 1848
José Joaquín de Herrera 50px 3 June 1848 15 January 1851
Mariano Arista 50px 15 January 1851 6 January 1853 Liberal
Juan Bautista Ceballos 50px 6 January 1853 8 February 1853 Liberal
Manuel María Lombardini 8 February 1853 20 April 1853 Conservative
Antonio López de Santa Anna 50px 20 April 1853 9 August 1855 Conservative-Liberal
Martín Carrera 50px 15 August 1855 12 September 1855 Liberal
Rómulo Díaz de la Vega 12 September 1855 3 October 1855 Conservative
Juan Álvarez 50px 4 October 1855 11 December 1855 Liberal
Ignacio Comonfort 50px 15 September 1855 21 January 1858 Liberal
Benito Juárez 50px 19 January 1858 15 May 1867 Liberal

Conservative Presidents of Mexico during the Reform War (1857-1861)

President Took office Left office Party
Félix Zuloaga 21 January 1858 24 December 1858 Conservative
Manuel Robles Pezuela 50px 24 December 1858 21 January 1859 Conservative
José Mariano Salas 50px 21 January 1859 2 February 1859 Conservative
Félix Zuloaga 24 January 1859 1 February 1859 Conservative
Miguel Miramón 50px 2 February 1859 12 August 1860 Conservative
José Ignacio Pavón 13 August 1860 15 August 1860 Conservative
Miguel Miramón 50px 15 August 1860 24 December 1860 Conservative
Félix Zuloaga 28 December 1860 28 December 1862 Conservative

Regency of the Second Mexican Empire, Executive of the Triumvirate (1863-1864)

President Took office Left office Party
Juan Nepomuceno Almonte 50px 11 July 1863 10 April 1864 Conservative
José Mariano Salas 50px 11 July 1863 10 April 1864 Conservative
Pelagio Antonio de Labastida y Dávalos 50px 19 October 1863 18 November 1863 Conservative

Second Mexican Empire (1863-1867)

Emperor Reign Start Reign Ended Royal House Consort
Maximilian I 50px 10 October 1863 15 May 1867 Habsburg Charlotte of Belgium 50px

Presidents of Mexico (1867-Present)

President Took office Left office Party
Benito Juárez 50px 15 May 1867 18 July 1872 Liberal
Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada 50px 19 July 1872 20 November 1876 Liberal
José María Iglesias

[1] || 50px || 31 October 1876 || 15 March 1877 || Liberal

Porfirio Díaz 50px 28 November 1876 6 December 1876 Liberal
Juan N. Méndez 50px 6 December 1876 17 February 1877 Liberal
Porfirio Díaz 50px 17 February 1877 30 November 1880 Liberal
Manuel González 50px 1 December 1880 30 November 1884 Liberal
Porfirio Díaz 50px 1 December 1884 25 May 1911 Liberal
Francisco León de la Barra 50px 25 May 1911 6 November 1911 No Party
Francisco I. Madero 50px 6 November 1911 18 February 1913 Anti-reelectionist Party
Pedro Lascuráin 50px 18 February 1913 18 February 1913
Victoriano Huerta 50px 18 February 1913 15 July 1914 No Party
Francisco S. Carvajal 50px 15 July 1914 13 August 1914
Venustiano Carranza 50px 20 August 1914 21 May 1920 Democratic
Liberal Constitutionalist
Eulalio Gutiérrez 50px 6 November 1914 16 January 1915 Conventionalist
Roque González Garza 16 January 1915 10 June 1915 Conventionalist
Francisco Lagos Cházaro 50px 10 June 1915 10 October 1915 Conventionalist
Adolfo de la Huerta 50px 1 June 1920 30 November 1920
Álvaro Obregón 50px 1 December 1920 30 November 1924 Laborist Party (PL)
Plutarco Elías Calles 50px 1 December 1924 30 November 1928 PL
Emilio Portes Gil

[2] || || 1 December 1928 || 5 February 1930 || National Revolutionary Party (PNR)

Pascual Ortiz Rubio

[3] || 50px || 5 February 1930 || 2 September 1932 || PNR

Abelardo L. Rodríguez

[4] || 50px || 2 September 1932 || 30 November 1934 || PNR

Lázaro Cárdenas 50px 1 December 1934 30 November 1940[5] Party of the Mexican Revolution (PRM)
Manuel Ávila Camacho 50px 1 December 1940 30 November 1946 Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI)
Miguel Alemán Valdés 50px 1 December 1946 30 November 1952 PRI
Adolfo Ruiz Cortines 50px 1 December 1952 30 November 1958 PRI
Adolfo López Mateos 50px 1 December 1958 30 November 1964 PRI
Gustavo Díaz Ordaz 1 December 1964 30 November 1970 PRI
Luis Echeverría 1 December 1970 30 November 1976 PRI
José López Portillo 50px 1 December 1976 30 November 1982 PRI
Miguel de la Madrid 1 December 1982 30 November 1988 PRI
Carlos Salinas de Gortari 50px 1 December 1988 30 November 1994 PRI
Ernesto Zedillo 50px 1 December 1994 30 November 2000 PRI
Vicente Fox 50px 1 December 2000 30 November 2006 National Action Party (PAN)
Felipe Calderón 50px 1 December 2006 Incumbent
(Term expires 30 November 2012)
PAN

References


  1. Gobernantes presidencia.gob.mx
  2. Appointed interim by Congress after president-elect Obregón was assasinated
  3. Resigned
  4. Appointed subsitute after president Ortiz Rubio's resignation
  5. By Constitutional reform to article 83, the term of office was expanded to 6 years with no possibility of reelection

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