Aníbal Cavaco Silva

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His Excellency

Aníbal Cavaco Silva

GCC
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Aare ile Portugal
Assumed office
9 March 2006
Prime Minister José Sócrates
Pedro Passos Coelho
Preceded by Jorge Sampaio
Alakoso Agba ile Portugal
In office
6 November 1985 – 28 October 1995
President António Ramalho Eanes
Mário Soares
Preceded by Mário Soares
Succeeded by António Guterres
Alakoso Eto Inawo
In office
10 January 1980 – 12 January 1981
Prime Minister Francisco de Sá Carneiro
Diogo de Freitas do Amaral (Acting)
Preceded by António Sousa Franco
Succeeded by João Morais Leitão
Omo Ileigbimo Asofin
In office
13 November 1980 – 30 May 1983
In office
4 November 1985 – 26 October 1995
Constituency Lisbon
Personal details
Born 15 Oṣù Keje 1939 (1939-07-15) (ọmọ ọdún 78)
Boliqueime, Portugal
Political party Social Democratic Party
Spouse(s) Maria Alves da Silva
Children Patrícia
Bruno
Residence Belém Palace
Alma mater Technical University of Lisbon
University of York
Profession Economist
Lecturer
Financial adviser
Signature
Website Official website

Aníbal António Cavaco Silva, GCC (Pípè ni Potogí: [ɐˈnibaɫ kɐˈvaku ˈsiɫvɐ]; born 15 July 1939), ni Aare orile-ede Portugal. O bori ninu idiboyan aare Portugal to waye ni 22 January 2006, o si tun je titun-diboyan ni 23 January 2011, fun igba keji odun marun. Cavaco Silva bura ni ojo 9 March 2006.


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