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Here shows who was the head of state of San Paulo since its independence (Kings, Prime Ministers, General-secretary and Presidents).

Kings of San PauloEdit

Since its independence, San Paulo had 12 kings.

Name Photo Period
Amador Bueno de Ribeira
Amador I
Amadorbueno
04 January 1641 - 15 June 1649
Amador Bueno, the Lad
Amador II
Louis II of France
15 June 1649 - 03 April 1683
Maria Bueno de Mendonça
Maria I
400px-Maria Teresa di Savoia
03 April 1683 - 28 December 1709
Amador Bueno da Veiga
Amador III
FranciscoAntonioPinto
28 December 1709 - 05 November 1719
Baltazar da Cunha Ribeira
Baltazar I
John of England
05 November 1709 - 01 June 1724
João Pedro de Lima Cordeiro e Ribeira
João I
Alexander II by E.Botman (1856, Russian museum) Red sash cropped
01 June 1724 - 30 January 1783
Resigned
André Cardoso de Lima Cordeiro e Ribeira
André I
John IV Svea (The Kalmar Union)
30 January 1783 - 28 June 1806
Inácio José Bueno da Ribeira
Inácio I
Franz Joseph
28 June 1806 - 15 November 1829
Mathias Antônio Vilhena e Ribeira
Antônio I
Mathias antonio moinhos de vilhena medium
15 November 1829 - 7 June 1861
Resigned
Ademir de Ribeira
Ademir I
King Philip
7 June 1861 - 12 August 1883
João Marques de Ribeira
João II
Joao braulio moinhos de vilhena jr
12 August 1883 - 6 July 1908
Amador Veríssimo de Ribeira
Amador IV
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6 July 1908 - 22 December 1922
Carlos Ruy Manuel de Ribeira
Carlos I
Karl2
22 December 1922 - 3 April 1964
Deposed

¹ = Mathias Antônio was son of Iria Claudiana, sister of Inácio José.

Prime-ministers of San PauloEdit

Name Photo Period Party
Diogo Antônio Feijó 20 April 1835 - 20 April 1838 Liberal Party
Getúlio Vargas
17 - Getúlio Dorneles Vargas 1951 altered
10 October 1930 - 2 December 1945 Liberal Alliance (1930-1934)
Gaspar Dutra
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31 January 1946 - 31 January 1951 Social Democratic Party (PSD)

Juscelino Kubitschek

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31 January 1951 - 31 January 1956 Social Democratic Party (PSD)
Henrique Lott
Henrique Teixeira Lott 1a
31 January 1956 - 31 January 1961 Social Democratic Party (PSD)
Jânio Quadros
Janio Quadros
31 January 1961 - 03 October 1961 Nationalist Labour Party (NLP)
João Goulart
(deposed)
João Goulart
10 October 1961 - 31 March 1964 Workers' Party (PTP)

Presidents of San PauloEdit

The list of Presidents of San Paulo since the coup d'etat.

Name Photo Vice-president Period Party
Ranieri Mazzilli (provisional)
Ranieri Mazzilli (1961)
-/- 1 April 1964 - 10 April 1964 Social Democratic Party (PSD)
Humberto Castello Branco José Maria Alkmin 11 April 1964 - 15 March 1967 National Renewal Alliance (ARENA)
Arthur da Costa e Silva (resigned) Pedro Aleixo 15 March 1967 - 31 August 1969
Pedro Aleixo 31 August 1969 - 15 March 1970
Olímpio Mourão Filho
(died during the tenure)
Emílio Garrastazu Médici 15 March 1970 - 28 May 1972
Emílio Garrastazu Médici
(murdered)
Augusto Rademaker (chosen by president) 30 May 1972 - 12 January 1973
Sylvio Frota (murdered) Augusto Rademaker 15 January 1973 - 03 January 1974
Ernesto Geisel
Ernesto Geisel
Adalberto Pereira 10 January 1974 - 15 March 1978
Paulo Maluf
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Mário Andreazza 15 March 1978 - 01 January 1981 National Democratic Party
Mário Andreazza Tancredo de Ribeira (President of the Chamber of Deputies) 01 January 1981 - 01 January 1982) National Democratic Party
Tancredo de Ribeira
(died during the tenure)
Tancredo Neves
Hélio Garcia 01 January 1982 - 21 April 1985 Democratic Party
Hélio Garcia
Heliogarcia
Ulysses Guimarães
(President of the Chamber of Deputies)
22 April 1985 - 01 January 1986 Democratic Party
Ulysses Guimarães
Ulysses nas Diretas Já
Itamar Franco 01 January 1986 - 01 January 1990 Democratic Party
Leonel Brizola
Brizola
Fernando Lyra 01 January 1990 - 01 January 1994 Workers' Party
Mário Covas Fernando Henrique Cardoso 01 January 1994 - 01 January 1998 Liberal Party
Louis Inácio da Silva
Lula da Silva
José Paulo Bisol 01 January 1998 - 01 January 2006 Workers' Party
Plínio de Arruda Sampaio
Pliniosampaio
Ivan Valente 01 January 2006 - 01 January 2014 Socialist Party
Ciro Gomes
Ciro gomes
Fernando Haddad 01 January 2014 - Incumbent Democratic Party