José Sócrates

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His Excellency

José Sócrates

GCIH
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Prime Minister of Portugal
In office
12 March 2005 – 5 June 2011
President Jorge Sampaio
Aníbal Cavaco Silva
Deputy Luís Amado
Preceded by Pedro Santana Lopes
Succeeded by Pedro Passos Coelho
Leader of the Opposition
In office
24 September 2004 – 12 March 2005
Preceded by Ferro Rodrigues
Succeeded by Luís Marques Mendes
President of the European Council
In office
1 July 2007 – 1 January 2008
Preceded by Angela Merkel
Succeeded by Janez Janša
Minister of the Environment
In office
25 October 1999 – 6 April 2002
Prime Minister António Guterres
Preceded by Elisa Ferreira
Succeeded by Arlindo Cunha
Deputy Prime Minister of Portugal
In office
25 November 1997 – 25 October 1999
Prime Minister António Guterres
Preceded by Position established
Succeeded by António José Seguro
Member of Parliament
Assumed office
13 August 1987
Constituency Castelo Branco
Personal details
Born 6 Oṣù Kẹ̀sán 1957 (1957-09-06) (ọmọ ọdún 60)
Alijó, Portugal
Political party Socialist Party (1981–present)
Other political
affiliations
Social Democratic Party (Before 1981)
Spouse(s) Sofia Costa Pinto Fava (Divorced)
Children José Miguel
Eduardo
Alma mater Upper Institute of Engineering of Coimbra
Lusíada University
Upper Institute of Engineering of Lisbon
Independente University
Lisbon University Institute
Signature

Àdàkọ:Portuguese name José Sócrates Carvalho Pinto de Sousa, GCIH (ojoibi 6 September 1957), to je mi mo lasan bi José Sócrates (Pípè ni Potogí: [ʒuˈzɛ ˈsɔkɾɐtɨʃ]), je oloselu ara Portugal to se Alakoso Agba ile Portugal lati 12 March 2005 de 5 June 2011.


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