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José García Hernández

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Preceded by  Carlos Arias Navarro
Resigned  December 12, 1975
Name  Jose Hernandez
Nationality  Spanish

Born  19 March 1915 (age 100) (1915-03-19)
Role  Former Deputy Prime Minister of Spain
Previous office  Deputy Prime Minister of Spain (1974–1975)
Similar People  Carlos Arias Navarro, Felipe VI of Spain, Juan Carlos I of Spain, Alfonso XIII of Spain, Ernest Lluch

Succeeded by  Manuel Fraga Iribarne

Jose Garcia Hernandez (born 19 March 1915) is a Spanish governor and politician. He served as first deputy prime minister and interior minister of Spain from 1974 to 1975 during the Franco regime.

Career

Garcia was a budget expert. He served as civil governor of various provinces, including Lugo and Las Palmas. He was the board chairman of Butano company. On 3 January 1974 he was appointed both first deputy prime minister and interior minister in the cabinet formed by Prime Minister Carlos Arias Navarro. He replaced Arias as interior minister. Garcia was in office until 12 December 1975 when Manuel Fraga replaced him in both posts in a cabinet reshuffle.

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References

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