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Afonso Pena

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Vice President  Nilo Pecanha
Preceded by  Gama Cerqueira
Preceded by  Rodrigues Alves
Prime Minister  Councilor Saraiva
Party  Conservative Party
President  Rodrigues Alves
Name  Afonso Pena
Succeeded by  Nilo Pecanha
Preceded by  Rosa e Silva
Role  Brazilian Politician

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Died  June 14, 1909, Catete Palace, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Parents  Ana Moreira dos Santos, Domingos Jose Teixeira Pena

Alma mater  University of Sao Paulo

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Afonso Augusto Moreira Pena ([aˈfõsu awˈɡustu moˈrejrɐ ˈpenɐ]; 30 November 1847 – 14 June 1909) was a Brazilian politician who served as President of Brazil between 1906 and 1909. Before his political career, Pena had been an attorney, legal scholar and member of the Brazilian Supreme Court. He was the first President to die in office.

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Pena began his political career in 1874 with an election to the Imperial General Assembly. In the succeeding years, Pena reconciled legislative work with some periods occupying secretariats—secretary of Agriculture (1882), Commerce and Public Issues (1883) and Justice (1885). Pena then presided over the provincial assembly of Minas Gerais.

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After the proclamation of the Republic, he was governor of Minas Gerais between 1892 and 1894. It was during his administration that Belo Horizonte was set for the future state capital (which at that time was Ouro Preto). He ran in the presidential election of 1894, but lost by a large margin to Prudente de Morais.

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In 1902 Pena became Vice President to Francisco de Paula Rodrigues Alves. He was elected president in 1906 and served until his death in 1909, a few days after the passing of his son Álvaro Pena.

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Afonso Pena was the first Brazilian president to advocate intervening in the coffee economy. The federal government started to buy production surplus, thus maintaining the high price of coffee in international markets. Pena also promoted the expansion of railroads.

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The reorganization of the Brazilian army was done by Hermes Rodrigues da Fonseca during the Pena administration. The president also supported Cândido Rondon's expeditions in the Amazon Rainforest.

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