Vice President of Costa Rica - Vice-Presidents of State (1847-1848)

Vice-Presidents of State (1847-1848)

From 1847 to 1848 Costa Rica had a Vice-President of State, who was popularly elected.

Name Time in Office Notes
José María Castro Madriz 1847 Acted as interim President
José María Alfaro Zamora 1847 Elected to a six-year term in 1847, resigned
Juan Rafael Mora Porras 1847–1848 Acted as President on a number of occasions; elected to fill term of predecessor, but resigned

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