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Luis Batlle Berres

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Spouse  Matilde Ibanez (m. 1927)
President  Tomas Berreta
Party  Colorado Party
Vice President  Alfeo Brum
Name  Luis Berres
Preceded by  Tomas Berreta
Role  Political figure

Luis Batlle Berres Miscelnea quotComo el Uruguay no hayquot El Neobatllismo
Died  July 15, 1964, Montevideo, Uruguay
Education  University of the Republic
Children  Jorge Batlle Ibanez, Matilde Linda Batlle, Luis Batlle

Preceded by  Andres Martinez Trueba
Succeeded by  Andres Martinez Trueba
Grandchildren  Beatriz, Raul Lorenzo
Succeeded by  Alberto Fermin Zubiria

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Luis Conrado Batlle y Berres (26 November 1897 – 15 July 1964) was a Uruguayan political figure.

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Background

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Batlle Berres was a journalist and prominent member of the Uruguayan Colorado Party. He was selected — in hindsight, with far-reaching effect — to serve as Vice Presidential running-mate for Luis Tomás Berreta.

Vice President of Uruguay

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He served as Vice President of Uruguay in 1947, succeeding Alberto Guani and held this office upon the death of President Berreta.

Historical note

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Batlle Berres was the fourth person to hold the office of Vice President of Uruguay. The office dates from 1934, when César Charlone became Uruguay's first Vice President.

President of Uruguay (1st period of office)

He was President of Uruguay from 1947 to 1951, being succeeded in the office by Andrés Martínez Trueba.

Within the Colorado Party, he is now widely acknowledged for being the founder of the political branch known as Neo-Batllism. In this first period of Presidential office, the Vice President of Uruguay was Alfeo Brum.

President of Uruguay (2nd period of office)

Batlle Berres was President of the National Council of Government of Uruguay from 1955 to 1956. Batlle thus both preceded and succeeded Andrés Martínez Trueba as President.

Background

The great great grandson of Catalan settlers from Sitges, Spain, he was the son of another political figure, Luis Batlle y Ordóñez, brother of ex president José Batlle. His mother, Petrona Berres, was of Irish descent and died when he was still a small child. Then, his father remarried but died soon after, in 1908. As a result, he went to live with his uncle, José Batlle y Ordóñez, the three-time President of Uruguay, and his cousins César, Rafael and Lorenzo Batlle Pacheco on the Piedras Blancas estate in the suburbs of Montevideo.

In 1927, he married Matilde Ibáñez Tálice, with whom he had three children: the also ex president Jorge Batlle, concert pianist Luis Batlle and Matilde Linda Batlle, the latter born in Argentina.

He was a member of the Colorado Party.

References

Luis Batlle Berres Wikipedia


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