|President of Venezuela |
14 November 1958 – 13 February 1959
|Preceded by||Wolfgang Larrazábal|
|Succeeded by||Rómulo Betancourt|
Edgar Sanabria Arcia|
3 October 1911
24 April 1989 77) (aged|
|Spouse(s)||Cecilia Báez Palacios|
|Alma mater||Central University of Venezuela|
Edgar Sanabria Arcia (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈeðɣar saˈnaβɾja]; 3 October 1911 – 24 April 1989) was a Venezuelan lawyer, diplomat, and politician. He served as the acting President of Venezuela from 1958 to 1959.
He was born in Caracas to his parents Gorge Sanabria Bruzal and Magdalena Arcia.
He graduated from the Central University of Venezuela in 1935, and became a law professor at the same university a year later. He worked for several ministries during the presidency of Isaias Medina Angarita.
He died in Caracas, after a stroke, on 24 April 1989, at age 77.
- International Jose Guillermo Carrillo Foundation
- (Spanish) Edgar Sanabria — Biography at Venezuelatuya.com
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