List of governors of Rio de Janeiro

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Governor of Rio de Janeiro
Claudio Castro como Vice Governador do Rio de Janeiro.jpg
Cláudio Castro
since 1 May 2021
  • Mr. Governor or even simply Governor
  • Most Excellent Mr. Governor
  • His Excellency
    (alternative formal, diplomatic)
Residence Laranjeiras Palace
Constituting instrument1989 State Constitution
Inaugural holderFrancisco Vítor da Fonseca e Silva
Formation15 November 1889;133 years ago (1889-11-15)
DeputyVice Governor of Rio de Janeiro

This is a list of governadores (Portuguese "governors"), interventores ("inspectors") and presidents of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.




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