Vice President of Costa Rica - Designates To The Presidency 1882-1948

Designates To The Presidency 1882-1948

In 1882, with the restoration of the 1871 Constitution, Costa Rica returned to the system of Designates to the Presidency, but with three designates, elected by Congress for same four-year period as the President of the Republic.

Designates to the Presidency Period of Mandate Notes
1) Luis Diego Sáenz Carazo (resigned in 1883) and Bernardo Soto Alfaro; 2) José María Castro Madriz (resigned in 1885) and Apolinar de Jesús Soto Quesada; 3) José María Oreamuno y Oreamuno 1882–1886 Bernardo Soto Alfaro assumed the Presidency on the death of President Próspero Fernández Oreamuno in 1885
1) Apolinar de Jesús Soto Quesada; 2) Ascensión Esquivel Ibarra; 3) Carlos Durán Cartín 1886–1890 All three Designates acted as interim Presidents
1) Pánfilo Valverde Carranza; 2) Carlos Durán Cartín; 3) Joaquín Lizano Gutiérrez 1890–1894
1) José Rodríguez Zeledón; 2) Carlos Durán Cartín; 3) Ascensión Esquivel Ibarra 1894–1898
1) Juan José Ulloa Giralt (resigned in 1898) and Demetrio Iglesias Llorente; 2) Juan Bautista Quirós Segura; 3) Ascensión Esquivel Ibarra (resigned in 1898), Demetrio Iglesias Llorente (Became First Designate in August 1898) and Federico Tinoco Iglesias; 1898–1902 Demetrio Iglesias Llorente Acted as interim President on a number of occasions.
1) Rafael Yglesias Castro (resigned in July 1902) and Ricardo Jiménez Oreamuno; 2) Cleto González Víquez; 3) Juan Bautista Quirós Segura 1902–1906
1) Carlos Durán Cartín; 2) Andrés Venegas García; 3) José Astúa Aguilar 1906–1910
1) Manuel de Jesús Jiménez Oreamuno; 2) Alberto González Soto; 3) Ezequiel Gutiérrez Iglesias 1910–1914
1) Alfredo González Flores; 2) Domingo González Pérez; 3) Francisco Aguilar Barquero Elected for the period 1914-1918; ended their mandates when the government was overthrown in January 1917 Alfredo González Flores was appointed to the Presidency for the period of this mandate
1) José Joaquín Tinoco Granados (resigned in 1919) and Juan Bautista Quirós Segura; 2) Rafael Cañas Mora; 3) Ezequiel Gutiérrez Iglesias Elected for the period 1917-1923; ended their mandates with the end of constitutional rule in September 1919 Juan Bautista Quirós Segura acted as interim President and assumed the Presidency, when President Federico Alberto Tinoco Granados resigned in August 1919
1) Andrés Venegas García; 2) Carlos María Jiménez Ortiz; 3) Carlos Brenes Ortiz 1919–1920
1) Aquiles Acosta García; 2) Alfredo González Flores; 3) Arturo Volio Jiménez 1920–1924
1) Carlos María Jiménez Ortiz; 2) Jorge Volio Jiménez; 3) Felipe José Alvarado Echandi 1924–1928
1) Fabio Baudrit González; 2) Francisco Ross Ramírez; 3) Andrés Venegas García 1928–1932
1) Ricardo Jiménez Oreamuno; 2) Julio Acosta García; 3) León Cortés Castro 1932–1936 Ricardo Jiménez Oreamuno was appointed President for the period 1932-1936
1) Carlos Pupo Pérez; 2) Jorge Hine Saborío; 3) Rafael Ángel Calderón Guardia 1936–1940
1) Rafael Calderón Muñoz (died in 1943) and Teodoro Picado Michalski; 2) Jorge Hine Saborío; 3) Francisco Calderón Guardia 1940–1944 Rafael Calderón Muñoz, Jorge Hine Saborío and Francisco Calderón Guardia acted as interim Presidents
1) Francisco Calderón Guardia; 2) René Picado Michalski; 3) Santos Leon Herrera 1944–1948 René Picado Michalski and Santos Leon Herrera acted as interim Presidents.

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