Vice-Heads-of-State (1842-1844; 1846-1847)
From 1842 to 1844 and from 1846 to 1847 the country returned to the system of Vice-Heads-of-State.
|Name||Time in Office||Notes|
|Juan Mora Fernández||1842||Provisional, elected by the Constitutional Assembly of 1842; his government was overthrown in 1842|
|Francisco María Oreamuno Bonilla||1843–1844||Provisional, elected by the Constitutional Assembly in 1843; replaced by a new position in 1844; acted as Head-of-State on a number of occasions|
|José María Castro Madriz||1846–1847||Provisional, popularly elected, became Vice-President of State in 1847; Acted as Head-of-State on a number of occasions|
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