Eduardo Peña Triviño

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Eduardo Peña Triviño
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40th Vice President of Ecuador
In office
1995–1996
PresidentSixto Durán Ballén
Succeeded byAlberto Dahik

Eduardo Peña Triviño (born 26 August 1936) is an Ecuadorian politician, lawyer and writer. He was born in Palenque, Ecuador. He was the 40th Vice President of Ecuador from 1995 to 1996.[1] He served during the Sixto Durán Ballén presidency. He replaced Alberto Dahik.

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