President of Nicaragua

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The president of Nicaragua (Presidente de Nicaragua) officially known as the president of the Republic of Nicaragua (Presidente de la República de Nicaragua) is the head of state of Nicaragua.wikipedia
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Patricio Rivas

Patricio Rivas, a wealthy Nicaraguan lawyer, was Acting President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from June 30, 1839 to July 27, 1839 and from September 21, 1840 to March 4, 1841.

Dionisio de Herrera

Dionisio of HerreraJosé Dionisio de la Trinidad de Herrera y Díaz del Valle
José Dionisio de la Trinidad de Herrera y Díaz del Valle (9 October 1781 in Choluteca, Honduras – 13 June 1850 in San Vicente, El Salvador) was a Liberal Honduran politician, head of state of Honduras from 1824 to 1827 and head of state of Nicaragua from 1830 to 1833.

Fruto Chamorro

Fruto Chamorro Pérez
Fruto Chamorro Pérez (20 October 1804 – 12 March 1855) was the 30th and 31st President of Nicaragua between 1 April 1853 and 30 April 1854 and between 30 April 1854 and 12 March 1855 now with the actual title of President, the first thirty being called Supreme Directors.

Nicaragua

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The president of Nicaragua (Presidente de Nicaragua) officially known as the president of the Republic of Nicaragua (Presidente de la República de Nicaragua) is the head of state of Nicaragua.
Politics of Nicaragua takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Nicaragua is both head of state and head of government, and of a multi-party system.

William Walker (filibuster)

William WalkerWalkerGeneral Walker
Walker usurped the presidency of the Republic of Nicaragua in 1856 and ruled until 1857, when he was defeated by a coalition of Central American armies.

Pablo Buitrago y Benavent

Pablo Buitrago
Pablo Buitrago y Benavent (25 January 1807 - 22 June 1882) was the President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 4 March 1841 to 1 April 1843.

Benito Rosales

Benito Rosales acted briefly as the 23rd President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua between 8 March and 1 April 1849.

Silvestre Selva

Silvestre Selva Sacasa
Silvestre Selva Sacasa was the dissident acting 17th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 16 December 1844 until 20 January 1845.

Evaristo Rocha

Evaristo Rocha was the acting 7th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua in 1839.

Joaquín del Cosío

Joaquín del Cosío was the acting 9th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 27 July to 20 October 1839.

Hilario Ulloa (Nicaragua politician)

Hilario Ulloa
Hilario Ulloa was the acting 10th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 20 October through 7 November 1839.

Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro

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Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro (29 June 1818 in Granada – 7 June 1890 in Granada) was the President of Nicaragua from 1 March 1875 to 1 March 1879 and a member of the conservative dominant oligarchy Chamorro family.

Tomás Valladares

Tomás Valladares was the acting 11th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 7 November 1839 to 21 September 1840.

Roberto Sacasa

Roberto Sacasa Sarria
Roberto Sacasa Sarria (27 February 1840 – 2 June 1896) was the President of Nicaragua from 5 August 1889 to 1 January 1891 and again from 1 March 1891 to 11 July 1893.

Tomás Martínez

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Tomás Martínez Guerrero (21 December 1820 – 12 March 1873) was the President of Nicaragua between 15 November 1857 and 1 March 1867.

Juan de Dios Orozco

Juan de Dios Orozco was the 14th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 1 April to 31 May 1843.

Manuel Pérez (President of Nicaragua)

Manuel Pérez
Manuel Pérez, died in 1852, was the 15th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 31 May 1843 to 26 September 1844.

Emiliano Madriz

Emiliano Madriz was the acting 16th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 26 September to 16 December 1844.

José Núñez (President of Nicaragua)

José Núñez
José Núñez (born in Tacuarembó), was the first, third, and fifth President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 10 March 1834 to 23 April 1835, from 25 January 1837 to January 1838, from 13 March 1838 to 1838 and from 17 November 1838 to 23 April 1839, respectively.

Norberto Ramírez

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From 1 April 1849 to 1 April 1851 he was the 24th President (then called Supreme Director) of independent Nicaragua.

José Santos Zelaya

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José Santos Zelaya López (1 November 1853 in Managua – 17 May 1919 in New York City) was the President of Nicaragua from 25 July 1893 to 21 December 1909.

Manuel Antonio Blas Sáenz

Blas Antonio Sáenz
Manuel Antonio Blas Sáenz was the 18th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 20 January to 4 April 1845, who became a dissident acting President from 24 January.

José León Sandoval

José León Sandoval was the 19th President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 4 April 1845 to 12 March 1847.

Miguel Ramón Morales

Miguel Ramón Morales (1787 - 1855) was the acting 20th President (at the time called the Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from 12 March to 6 April 1847.

Adán Cárdenas

Adan Cardenas
He also served as the President of Nicaragua between 1 March 1883 and 1 March 1887.