Carlos Julio Arosemena Monroy

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Carlos Julio Arosemena Monroy
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Carlos Julio Arosemena Monroy on Ecuadorian stamp
President of Ecuador
In office
7 November 1961 – 11 July 1963
Preceded byJosé María Velasco Ibarra
Succeeded byMilitary Junta
(Title held by Ramón Castro Jijón)
31st President of Ecuador
In office
7 November 1961 – 11 July 1963
Vice PresidentReynaldo Varea
Preceded byJosé María Velasco Ibarra
Succeeded byRamón Castro Jijón
Vice President of Ecuador
In office
1960–1961
PresidentJosé María Velasco Ibarra
Preceded byFrancisco Illingworth Icaza
Succeeded byReinaldo Varea Donoso
Personal details
Born(1919-08-24)24 August 1919
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Died5 March 2004(2004-03-05) (aged 84)
Guayaquil, Ecuador
NationalityEcuadorian
Political partyNational Velasquista Federation
Spouse(s)
Gladys Peet Landin (m. 1946)
Alma materUniversity of Guayaquil

Carlos Julio Arosemena Monroy (24 August 1919[1] – 5 March 2004) served as Vice President of Ecuador and due to the ousting of President José María Velasco Ibarra, became President of Ecuador from 7 November 1961 to 11 July 1963.

He was born in Guayaquill on 24 August 1919. He was the son Carlos Julio Arosemena Tola, also former president of Ecuador and Laura Monroy Garaycoa.

Arosemena disgraced himself by getting drunk at a banquet Wednesday night in honor of the president of the Grace Lines, retired U.S. Adm. Wilfred McNeil. Guests at the reception said the president shouted abuse at U.S. Ambassador Maurice Bernbaum, vomited in front of the gathering and committed 'even more indecorous acts.

Arosemena died on 5 March 2004 from natural causes, aged Guayaquil, Ecuador.

References[change | change source]

  1. Macmillan General Reference Staff (1998). Latin American lives: selected biographies from the five-volume Encyclopedia of Latin American history and culture. Macmillan Library Reference USA. Retrieved 16 January 2012.