Tomás Garicano Goñi

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Tomás Garicano Goñi
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Minister of Interior
In office
29 October 1969 9 June 1973
Preceded by Camilo Alonso Vega
Succeeded by Carlos Arias Navarro
Personal details
Born1919
Died1988 (aged 6869)
NationalitySpanish

Tomás Garicano Goñi (1919–1988) [1] was a Spanish military lawyer, governor and politician, who served as interior minister in Francoist Spain. Following the civil war he supported the repression of those who had opposed the Nationalist forces.

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Career

Goñi was a military lawyer. [2] He served as governor of Barcelona for nearly thirteen years until 1969. [3] He was appointed minister of interior on 29 October 1969, succeeding Camilo Alonso Vega in the post. [1] [2] Vega left office due to mandatory age limit. [3] Goñi's tenure lasted until 9 June 1973. [1] [4] He was replaced by Carlos Arias Navarro in the post. [1]

Family

He is the grand uncle of LSE economist and politician of Ciudadanos Luis Garicano. [5]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 "Spain - Ministries, etc". Rulers. Retrieved 27 April 2013.
  2. 1 2 Paul Preston (19 June 2004). The Triumph of Democracy in Spain. Routledge. p. 18. ISBN   978-0-203-39296-6.
  3. 1 2 Stanley G. Payne (1987). The Franco Regime: 1936-1975. University of Wisconsin Press. p. 546. ISBN   978-0-299-11070-3.
  4. "The Admiral Steers to Starboard". Time. 25 June 1975. Retrieved 27 April 2013.
  5. Mario Bango (20 June 2016). "Albert Rivera, moderado". La Voz de Asturias.