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Igba olominira atijo (1889-1930)[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

President Picture Took office Left office Vice President(s) Political Party
Deodoro da Fonseca Deodoro da Fonseca por Valle.jpg 15 November 1889 23 November 1891 Floriano Peixoto Military/Republican
Floriano Peixoto Florianovieirapeixoto.jpg 23 November 1891 15 November 1894 vacant Military/Republican
Prudente de Morais Prudentedemorais.jpg 15 November 1894 15 November 1898 Manuel Vitorino Republican Party of São Paulo
Campos Sales Campos Sales.jpg 15 November 1898 15 November 1902 Rosa e Silva Republican Party of São Paulo
Rodrigues Alves (1st time) FranciscodePaulaRodriguesAlves.jpg 15 November 1902 15 November 1906 Silviano Brandão
Afonso Pena
Republican Party of São Paulo
Afonso Pena Afonso Pena.jpg 15 November 1906 14 June 1909[1] Nilo Peçanha Republican Party of the state of Minas Gerais
Nilo Peçanha Nilo Peçanha 02.jpg 14 June 1909 15 November 1910 vacant Republican Party of Niteroi
Hermes da Fonseca HermesFonseca.jpg 15 November 1910 15 November 1914 Venceslau Brás Military
Venceslau Brás Venceslau Brás (retrato oval).jpg 15 November 1914 15 November 1918 Urbano Santos Republican Party of the state of Minas Gerais
Rodrigues Alves (2nd time) FranciscodePaulaRodriguesAlves.jpg 15 November 1918 16 January 1919 Delfim Moreira Republican Party of São Paulo
Delfim Moreira (acting (for Alves to 16 January 1919)) Delfim Moreira.jpg 15 November 1918 28 July 1919 vacant Republican Party of the state of Minas Gerais
Epitácio Pessoa Epitacio2.jpg 28 July 1919 15 November 1922
Bueno de Paiva
Republican Party of the state of Minas Gerais
Artur Bernardes ArturBernardes1.jpg 15 November 1922 15 November 1926 Estacio Coimbra Republican Party of the state of Minas Gerais
Washington Luís Presidentwashluis.jpg 15 November 1926 24 October 1930 Melo Viana Republican Party of São Paulo

Igba Vargas (1930-1945)[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

President Picture Took office Left office Vice President(s) Political Party
Augusto Fragoso Tasso Fragoso.jpg 24 October 1930 3 November 1930 vacant Military
Mena Barreto Mena Barreto.jpg
Isaías de Noronha Isaías de Noronha.jpg
Getúlio Vargas (1st time) Getulio.gif 3 November 1930 29 October 1945 vacant[2] Non-party
José Linhares JoseLinhares.jpg 29 October 1945 31 January 1946 vacant Non-party

Igba olominira 1946[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

President Picture Took office Left office Vice President(s) Political Party
Gaspar Dutra Eurico Gaspar Dutra.jpg 31 January 1946 31 January 1951 Nereu Ramos Military/Social Democratic Party
Getúlio Vargas (2nd time) Getulio.gif 31 January 1951 24 August 1954[3] Café Filho Brazilian Labour Party
Café Filho Café Filho.jpg 24 August 1954 9 November 1955[4] vacant Brazilian Labour Party
Carlos Luz CarlosLuz.jpg 9 November 1955 11 November 1955[5] vacant Social Democratic Party
Nereu Ramos Presidente Nereu Ramos.jpg 11 November 1955[6] 31 January 1956 vacant Social Democratic Party
Juscelino Kubitschek Juscelino.jpg 31 January 1956 31 January 1961 João Goulart Social Democratic Party
Jânio Quadros Janio1.jpg 31 January 1961 25 August 1961[4] João Goulart Non-party
Ranieri Mazzilli (1st time) Mazzilli.jpg 25 August 1961[7] 7 September 1961 vacant Social Democratic Party
João Goulart Jango.jpg 7 September 1961 1 April 1964 vacant Brazilian Labour Party

Igba ologun (1964-1985)[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

President Picture Took office Left office Vice President(s) Political Party
Ranieri Mazzilli (2nd time) Mazzilli.jpg 2 April 1964[8] 15 April 1964 vacant Social Democratic Party
Castelo Branco Castelobranco.jpg 15 April 1964 15 March 1967 José Maria Alckmin Non-party
Costa e Silva Costa e Silva.jpg 15 March 1967 31 August 1969[9] Pedro Aleixo National Renewal Alliance Party
Augusto Rademaker, Aurélio de Lira, Márcio Melo [10] Juntagovernativa1969.png 31 August 1969 30 October 1969 vacant National Renewal Alliance Party
Emilio Medici Garrastazu médici.jpg 30 October 1969 15 March 1974 Augusto Rademaker National Renewal Alliance Party
Ernesto Geisel Ernesto Geisel.jpg 15 March 1974 15 March 1979 Adalberto Pereira dos Santos National Renewal Alliance Party
João Figueiredo Figueiredo.jpg 15 March 1979 15 March 1985 Aureliano Chaves Democratic Social Party

Igba olominira tuntun (1985-doni)[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

President Picture Took office Left office Vice President(s) Political Party
Tancredo Neves Tancredo Neves.jpg 15 March 1985 21 April 1985[11] José Sarney Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
José Sarney 15 March 1985[12] 15 March 1990 vacant Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
Fernando Collor 15 March 1990 29 December 1992[13] Itamar Franco Party of National Reconstruction
Itamar Franco 29 December 1992 (acting from 2 October) 1 January 1995 vacant Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
Fernando Henrique Cardoso Fernando Henrique Cardoso (1994).jpg 1 January 1995 1 January 2003 Marco Maciel Brazilian Social Democracy Party
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Lula - foto oficial05012007.jpg 1 January 2003 1 January 2011 José Alencar Workers' Party
Dilma Rousseff Dilma-shash.JPG 1 January 2011 incubment Michel Temer Worker's Party



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Died in office.
  2. The office of the vice-president was abolished during Vargas' tenure.
  3. Committed suicide.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Resigned from office.
  5. Deposed.
  6. President of the Senate. Assumed presidency after Luz's deposition.
  7. Acting president following Quadros' resignation. Vice-President João Goulart was on an official visit to China.
  8. Acting president following the 1964 coup d'état.
  9. Removed from office and replaced by a military junta after suffering a cerebral thrombosis.
  10. Military junta.
  11. Died before taking office. José Sarney acted as president from the day of Neves' would-be inauguration to the day he died.
  12. Acting president until 22 April 1985.
  13. Impeached from office.