Carlos Mota Pinto

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Carlos Mota Pinto
107th Prime Minister of Portugal
In office
22 November 1978 – 1 August 1979
(8 months and 10 days)
PresidentAntónio Ramalho Eanes
DeputyManuel Jacinto Nunes
Preceded byAlfredo Nobre da Costa
Succeeded byMaria de Lourdes Pintasilgo
President of the Social Democratic Party
In office
23 March 1984 – 15 February 1985
Preceded byNuno Rodrigues dos Santos
Succeeded byAníbal Cavaco Silva
Deputy Prime Minister of Portugal
Minister of National Defence
In office
9 June 1983 – 15 February 1985
Prime MinisterMário Soares
Preceded byDiogo Freitas do Amaral
Succeeded byRui Machete
Minister of Commerce
In office
25 March 1977 – 30 January 1978
Prime MinisterMário Soares
Preceded byAntónio Barreto
Succeeded byBasílio Horta
Personal details
Born(1936-07-25)25 July 1936
Pombal, Portugal
Died7 May 1985(1985-05-07) (aged 48)
Coimbra, Portugal
Political partySocial Democratic
Spouse(s)Maria Fernanda Correia
Alma materUniversity of Coimbra
OccupationJurist, professor

Carlos Alberto da Mota Pinto, GCC, GCIP, (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈkaɾluʃ aɫˈbɛɾtu dɐ ˈmɔtɐ ˈpĩtu]; Pombal, 25 July 1936 – Coimbra, 7 May 1985) was a Portuguese professor and politician.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "CARLOS MOTA PINTO, 48, JURIST; SERVED AS PORTUGAL'S PREMIER". The New York Times. 8 May 1985. Retrieved 4 July 2008.