Ciro Gomes

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Ciro Gomes
Ciro Gomes na Carta Capital 2015 (foto 2) (cropped).jpg
Federal Deputy for Ceará
In office
1 February 2007 – 1 February 2011
Minister of National Integration
In office
1 January 2003 – 31 March 2006
PresidentLuiz Inácio Lula da Silva
Preceded byLuciano Barbosa
Succeeded byPedro Brito
Minister of Finance
In office
6 September 1994 – 1 January 1995
PresidentItamar Franco
Preceded byRubens Ricupero
Succeeded byPedro Malan
52nd Governor of Ceará
In office
15 March 1991 – 6 September 1994
Vice GovernorLúcio Alcântara
Preceded byTasso Jereissati
Succeeded byFrancisco Aguiar
43rd Mayor of Fortaleza
In office
1 January 1989 – 2 April 1990
Preceded byMaria Luíza Fontenele
Succeeded byJuraci Magalhães
State Deputy of Ceará
In office
1 February 1983 – 15 December 1988
Personal details
Born (1957-11-06) 6 November 1957 (age 61)
Pindamonhangaba, São Paulo, Brazil
Political partyPDS (1979–1983)
PMDB (1983–1988)
PSDB (1988–1996)
PPS (1996–2003)
PSB (2003–2013)
PROS (2013–2015)
PDT (2015–present)
Spouse(s)
Patrícia Saboya
(m. 1983; div. 1999)

Patrícia Pillar
(m. 1999; div. 2012)
Alma materFederal University of Ceará

Ciro Ferreira Gomes (born 6 November 1957 in Pindamonhangaba, São Paulo) is a Brazilian politician, lawyer, and academic. He is a member of the Democratic Labor Party (PDT).[1] He is the PDT's presidential candidate in the 2018 Brazilian election.

References[change | change source]

  1. "FESPSP - Ciro Gomes discute momento brasileiro histórico na FESPSP". www.fespsp.org.br. Retrieved 2018-05-20.