Hermes Lima

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Hermes Lima
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Justice of the Supreme Federal Court
In office
June 26, 1963 January 19, 1969 [lower-alpha 1]
Appointed by João Goulart
Preceded byFrederico de Barros Barreto
Succeeded bySeat abolished
Prime Minister of Brazil
In office
September 18, 1962 January 23, 1963
President João Goulart
Preceded by Brochado da Rocha
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
September 18, 1962 June 18, 1963
President João Goulart
Preceded byAfonso Arinos de Melo Franco
Succeeded by Evandro Lins e Silva
Minister of Labour and Social Security
In office
July 13, 1962 August 31, 1962
President João Goulart
Preceded by André Franco Montoro
Succeeded byJoão Pinheiro Neto
Chief of Staff of the Presidency
In office
September 12, 1961 July 13, 1962
President João Goulart
Preceded byFloriano Augusto Ramos
Succeeded by Evandro Lins e Silva
Personal details
Born(1902-12-22)December 22, 1902
Livramento de Nossa Senhora, Bahia, Brazil
DiedOctober 10, 1978(1978-10-10) (aged 75)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Political party
  • UDN (1945–47)
  • PSB (1947–50)
  • PTB (1950–63)
Spouse(s)Maria Moreira Dias
ProfessionProfessor and judge
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Hermes Lima ( [ˈɛʁmis ˈʎimɐ] ), (22 December 1902 [2] – 10 October 1978) was Brazilian politician who was the Prime Minister of Brazil, jurist, and winner of the 1975 Prêmio Machado de Assis.

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Political career

He originally became an elected federal deputy of the National Democratic Union in 1945, but two years later co-founded and joined the Brazilian Socialist Party. [3] Under João Goulart he served as Labor Minister [4] and later as Prime Minister (from September 18, 1962 until January 23, 1963). [5] He would go on to serve in the Brazilian Supreme Court before being forced into retirement by the military dictatorship in 1969. [6]

Notes

  1. Removed from office by Institutional Act Number Six. [1]

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References

  1. Arthur da Costa e Silva (February 1, 1969). "Ato Institucional n° 6, de 1° de fevereiro de 1969" (in Portuguese). Presidência da República. Retrieved January 24, 2021.Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. Black into white: race and nationality in Brazilian thought : with a preface ... by Thomas E. Skidmore, pg 266
  3. The Brazilian workers' ABC: class conflict and alliances in modern São Paulo by John D. French, pg 223
  4. Carlos Lacerda, Brazilian Crusader: The years 1960-1977, Volume 2 by John W. F. Dulles, pg 107
  5. Requiem for revolution: the United States and Brazil, 1961-1969 by Ruth Leacock, pg 132
  6. The Politics of Military Rule in Brazil, 1964-1985 by Thomas E. Skidmore, pg 82
Honorary titles
Preceded by
Afonso Pena Júnior
5th Academic of the 7th chair of the
Brazilian Academy of Letters

December 18, 1968–October 10, 1978
Succeeded by
Pontes de Miranda
Legal offices
Preceded by
Frederico de Barros Barreto
Justice of the Supreme Federal Court
1963–69
Seat abolished
Political offices
Preceded by
Floriano Augusto Ramos
Chief of Staff of the Presidency
1961–62
Succeeded by
Evandro Lins e Silva
Preceded by
André Franco Montoro
Minister of Labour and Social Security
1962
Succeeded by
João Pinheiro Neto
Preceded by
Afonso Arinos de Melo Franco
Minister of Foreign Affairs
1962–63
Succeeded by
Evandro Lins e Silva
Preceded by
Brochado da Rocha
Prime Minister of the United States of Brazil
1962–63
Position abolished