Aurélio de Lira Tavares

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Aurélio de Lira Tavares
Aurelio de Lira Tavares, General, Ministro do Exercito..tif
Member of the Brazilian Military Junta
In office
31 August 1969 30 October 1969
Interim President of Brazil
Other political offices
Minister of the Army
In office
15 March 1967 30 October 1969
President Artur da Costa e Silva
Preceded byAdemar de Queirós
Succeeded byOrlando Geisel
Chief Minister of the Military Cabinet
In office
12 June 1963 18 October 1963
President João Goulart
Preceded byAlbino Silva
Succeeded byArgemiro de Assis Brasil
In office
19 September 1961 12 July 1962
Prime Minister Brochado da Rocha
Preceded byAmaury Kruel
Succeeded byAmaury Kruel
Personal details
Born
Aurélio de Lira Tavares

(1905-11-07)7 November 1905
João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil
Died18 November 1998(1998-11-18) (aged 93)
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Military service
Branch/serviceFlag of the Brazilian Army.png  Brazil Brazilian Army
Rank General do Exercito.gif General

Aurélio de Lira Tavares (7 November 1905 18 November 1998) was a general in the Brazilian Army. He was one of the military in the joint military board that ruled Brazil between the illness of Artur da Costa e Silva in August 1969 and the investiture ceremony of Emílio Garrastazu Médici in October of that same year.

During the government of the junta, the American ambassador to Brazil Charles Burke Elbrick was kidnapped by the communist guerilla group Revolutionary Movement 8th October — radical opposition to the military dictatorship.

Tavares was born in João Pessoa.

See also

Political offices
Preceded by
Artur da Costa e Silva
as President
Member of the Brazilian Military Junta
Interim President of Brazil
alongside Augusto Rademaker, Márcio Melo

1969
Succeeded by
Emílio Garrastazu Médici
as President
Government offices
Preceded by
Ademar de Queirós
Minister of Army
1967–69
Succeeded by
Orlando Geisel
Preceded by
Amaury Kruel
Chief of Military
1961–62; 1963
Succeeded by
Amaury Kruel
Preceded by
Albino Silva
Succeeded by
Argemiro de Assis Brasil
Honorary titles
Preceded by
Múcio Leão
6th Academic of the 20th Chair
of the Brazilian Academy of Letters

1970–1998
Succeeded by
Murilo Melo Filho

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