List of Presidents of Ecuador

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List of Heads of State of Ecuador and its precursor states

(Dates in italics indicate 'de facto' continuation of office)

Tenure Incumbent Notes
The Republic of Ecuador
13 May 1830 to 14 August 1830Juan José Flores, Head of Administration
14 August 1830 to 22 September 1830Juan José Flores, Chief of State
22 September 1830 to 10 September 1834Juan José Flores, President1st Term
20 October 1833 to July 1834Vicente Rocafuerte, Supreme Chief of the Department of the GuayasIn rebellion
10 September 1834 to 31 January 1839
13 July 1834 to 18 January 1835José Félix Valdivieso, Supreme ChiefIn rebellion
31 January 1839 to 18 January 1843Juan José Flores2nd Term
18 January 1843 to 1 April 1843Juan José Flores, interim President
1 April 1843 to 18 June 1845Juan José Flores3rd Term
6 March 1845 to 18 June 1845José Joaquín de Olmedo, President of the Provisional GovernmentIn rebellion
18 June 1845 to 8 December 1845
8 December 1845 to 15 October 1849Vicente Ramón Roca, President
15 October 1849 to 10 June 1850Manuel de Ascásubi, acting President1st Term
March 1850 to 1850Antonio de Elizalde, Supreme ChiefIn rebellion
20 February 1850 to 10 June 1850Diego Noboa y Arteta, Supreme ChiefIn rebellion
10 June 1850 to 8 December 1850Diego Noboa y Arteta, interim President
8 December 1850 to 26 February 1851Diego Noboa y Arteta
13 July 1851 to 17 July 1851José María Urbina, Supreme ChiefIn rebellion
17 July 1851 to 17 July 1852
17 July 1852 to 6 September 1852José María Urbina, interim President
6 September 1852 to 16 October 1856José María Urbina, President
16 October 1856 to 17 September 1859Francisco Robles, President
1 May 1859 to 4 June 1859Provisional Government:-In rebellion
1 May 1859 to 4 June 1859José María Avilés, acting President
1 May 1859 to 4 June 1859Pacífico Chiriboga
1 May 1859 to 25 May 1859Manuel Gómez de la Torre
25 May 1859 to 4 June 1859Gabriel García Moreno
4 June 1859 to 7 September 1859Gabriel García Moreno, Supreme ChiefIn rebellion
6 June 1859 to 1859Jerónimo Carrión, acting PresidentIn rebellion
7 September 1859 to 17 January 1861Gabriel García Moreno, President
17 January 1861 to 2 April 1865Gabriel García Moreno, interim President
2 April 1865 to 31 August 1865Gabriel García Moreno1st Term
17 September 1859 to 24 September 1860Guillermo Franco, Supreme Chief of Guayas and AzuayIn rebellion
31 August 1859 to 7 September 1865Rafael Carvajal, acting President
7 September 1865 to 6 November 1867Jerónimo Carrión, President
6 November 1867 to 20 January 1868Pedro José de Arteta, acting President
20 January 1868 to 19 January 1869Juan Javier Espinosa, President
19 January 1869 to 16 May 1869Gabriel García Moreno, interim President2nd Term
16 May 1869 to 10 August 1869Manuel de Ascásubi, acting President2nd Term
10 August 1869 to 6 August 1875Gabriel García Moreno, President3rd Term
6 August 1875 to 6 October 1875Francisco León Franco, acting President
6 October 1875 to 1875José Javier Eguiguren, acting President
1875 to 9 December 1875Rafael Pólit, President
9 December 1875 to 18 December 1876Antonio Borrero, President
8 September 1876 to 19 December 1876Ignacio de Veintemilla, Supreme ChiefIn rebellion
19 December 1876 to 26 January 1878
26 January 1878 to ''26 March 1882Ignacio de Veintemilla, interim President
26 March 1882 to 9 July 1883Ignacio de Veintemilla, Supreme Chief
February 1883 to 11 October 1883Eloy Alfaro Delgado, Supreme Chief of Manabí and EsmeraldasIn rebellion; 1st Term
14 January 1883 to 9 July 1883Provisional GovernmentIn rebellion
José María Sarasti
Pedro Ignacio Lizarzaburu
Rafael Pérez
Agustín Guerrero
14 January 1883 to 14 February 1883Pablo Herrera
14 February 1883 to 9 July 1883Luis Cordero Crespo
9 July 1883 to 11 October 1883Provisional Government
José María Sarasti
Pedro Ignacio Lizarzaburu
Carlos Matheus y Pacheco de Saavedra
Rafael Pérez
Agustín Guerrero
Luis Cordero
17 September 1883 to 11 October 1883Pedro Carbo, Supreme Chief of GuayasIn rebellion
11 October 1883 to 15 October 1883Ramón Borrero y Cortázar, Vice President of the National Convention
15 October 1883 to 23 November 1883Rafael Pérez, acting President
23 November 1883 to 10 February 1884José Plácido Caamaño, interim President
10 February 1884 to 1 July 1888José Plácido Caamaño, President
1 July 1888 to 17 August 1888Pedro José Cevallos, President
17 August 1888 to 1 July 1892Antonio Flores Jijón, President
1 July 1892 to 16 April 1895Luis Cordero Crespo, President
16 April 1895 to 23 August 1895Vicente Lucio Salazar, acting President
19 June 1895 to 23 August 1895Eloy Alfaro Delgado, Supreme ChiefIn rebellion
23 August 1895 to 16 April 18962nd Term
16 April 1896 to 13 January 1897Eloy Alfaro Delgado, interim President
13 January 1897 to 1 September 1901Eloy Alfaro Delgado, interim President
1 September 1901 to 1 September 1905Leonidas Plaza1st Term
1 September 1905 to 16 January 1906Lizardo García
16 January 1906 to 9 October 1906Eloy Alfaro Delgado3rd Term
9 October 1906 to 1 January 1907Eloy Alfaro Delgado, interim President
1 January 1907 to 12 August 1911Eloy Alfaro Delgado, President
12 August 1911 to 1 September 1911Carlos Freile Zaldumbide, acting President1st Term
1 September 1911 to 22 December 1911Emilio Estrada, President
22 December 1911 to 6 March 1912Carlos Freile Zaldumbide, acting President2nd Term
22 December 1911 to January 1912Flavio E. Alfaro SantanaIn rebellion
30 December 1911 to January 1912Pedro J. Montero MaridueñaIn rebellion
6 March 1912 to 10 August 1912Francisco Andrade Marín, acting President
10 August 1912 to 1 September 1912Alfredo Baquerizo, acting President1st Term
1 September 1912 to 1 September 1916Leonidas Plaza, President2nd Term
1 September 1916 to 1 September 1920Alfredo Baquerizo, President2nd Term
1 September 1920 to 1 September 1924José Luis Tamayo, President
1 September 1924 to 9 July 1925Gonzalo Córdova, President
9 July 1925 to 10 July 1925Luis Telmo Paz y Miño, Chairman of the Supreme Military Junta
10 July 1925 to 10 January 1926Provisional Government JuntaChair rotating weekly
Luis Napoleón Dillon
Pedro Pablo Garaicoa
10 July 1925 to 14 July 1925Moisés Oliva
10 July 1925 to 24 October 1925Francisco Gómez de la Torre
10 July 1925 to 22 December 1925José Rafael Bustamante Chiriboga
13 July 1925 to 10 January 1926José Modesto Larrea
13 July 1925 to 10 January 1926Carlos Matheus y García Moreno
14 July 1925 to 10 January 1926Francisco Arízaga Luque
10 January 1926 to 10 March 1926Humberto Albornoz, Chairman of the Provisional Government Junta
10 March 1926 to 1 April 1926Julio Enrique Moreno, Chairman of the Provisional Government Junta1st Term
1 April 1926 to 10 October 1928Isidro Ayora, provisional President
10 October 1928 to 17 April 1929Isidro Ayora, interim President
17 April 1929 to 24 August 1931Isidro Ayora, President
24 August 1931 to 15 October 1931Luis Larrea Alba, acting President
15 October 1931 to 27 August 1932Alfredo Baquerizo, acting President3rd Term
27 August 1932 to 2 September 1932Carlos Freile Larrea, acting President
2 September 1932 to 5 December 1932Alberto Guerrero Martínez, acting President
5 December 1932 to 20 October 1933Juan de Dios Martínez Mera, President
20 October 1933 to 1 September 1934Abelardo Montalvo, acting President
1 September 1934 to 21 August 1935José María Velasco Ibarra, President1st Term
21 August 1935 to 26 September 1935Antonio Pons, acting President
26 September 1935Benigno Andrade Flores, chairman of the Military junta
26 September 1935 to 10 August 1937Federico Páez Chiriboga, acting Head of State
10 August 1937 to 23 October 1937Federico Páez Chiriboga, interim President
23 October 1937 to 10 August 1938Gil Alberto Enríquez, Supreme Head of State
10 August 1938 to 2 December 1938Manuel María Borrero, interim President
2 December 1938 to 17 November 1939Aurelio Mosquera, President
17 November 1939 to 11 December 1939Carlos Alberto Arroyo del Río, acting President1st Term
11 December 1939 to 10 August 1940Andrés Córdova, acting President
10 August 1940 to 1 September 1940Julio Enrique Moreno, acting President2nd Term
1 September 1940 to 29 May 1944Carlos Alberto Arroyo del Río, President2nd Term
29 May 1944 to 31 May 1944Julio Teodoro Salem Gallegosrotating chairman of the Political Bureau of Alianza Democrática Ecuatoriana in charge of the executive power
Term Incumbent Affiliation Notes
31 May 1944 to 23 August 1947José María Velasco IbarraAD2nd Term
23 August 1947 to 2 September 1947Colonel Carlos Mancheno Cajas, interim/acting PresidentMil
2 September 1947 to 15 September 1947Mariano Suárez (acting)PCE
15 September 1947 to 1 September 1948Carlos Julio Arosemena Tola, President
1 September 1948 to 1 September 1952Galo Plaza Lasso, PresidentMCDN
1 September 1952 to 1 September 1956José María Velasco Ibarra, President 3rd Term
1 September 1956 to 1 September 1960Camilo Ponce Enríquez, PresidentMSC
1 September 1960 to 7 November 1961José María Velasco Ibarra, PresidentFNV4th Term
7 November 1961 to 11 July 1963Carlos Julio Arosemena Monroy, PresidentFNV
11 July 1963 to 29 March 1966Junta Government
Admiral Ramón Castro Jijón, Junta ChairmanMil
General Luis Cabrera SevillaMil
General Mario Gándara EnríquezMil
11 July 1963 to 1965Colonel Guillermo Freile PossoMil
29 March 1966 to 29 March 1966General Telmo O. Vargas B., Head of StateMil
29 March 1966 to 16 November 1966Clemente Yerovi Indaburu, interim Presidentn-p
16 November 1966 to 1 September 1968Otto Arosemena, interim PresidentCID
1 September 1968 to 15 February 1972José María Velasco Ibarra, PresidentFNV5th Term
15 February 1972 to 11 January 1976General Guillermo Rodríguez Lara, PresidentMil
11 January 1976 to 10 August 1979Supreme Council of Government (junta)
Admiral Alfredo Poveda, Junta ChairmanMil
General Luis Leoro FrancoMil
General Luis G. Durán ArcentalesMil
10 August 1979 to 24 May 1981Jaime Roldós Aguilera, PresidentCFPdied in office
24 May 1981 to 10 August 1984Osvaldo Hurtado, PresidentDP-UDC
10 August 1984 to 10 August 1988León Febres Cordero, PresidentPSC
10 August 1988 to 10 August 1992Rodrigo Borja Cevallos, PresidentID
10 August 1992 to 10 August 1996Sixto Alfonso Durán-Ballén, PresidentPUR
10 August 1996 to 6 February 1997Abdalá Jaime Bucaram Ortiz, PresidentPRE
6 February 1997 to 9 February 1997Fabián Alarcón, interim PresidentFRA
9 February 1997 to 11 February 1997Rosalía Arteaga Serrano, acting PresidentMIRA
11 February 1997 to 10 August 1998Fabián Alarcón, interim PresidentFRA
10 August 1998 to 21 January 2000Jamil Mahuad, PresidentDP-UDC
21 January 2000 to 21 January 2000Government Junta of National Salvation
Colonel Lucio Edwin Gutiérrez Borbúa, Junta ChairmanMil
Carlos Antonio Vargas Guatatucan-p
Carlos Solórzano Constantinen-p
21 January 2000 to 22 January 2000Council of State (junta)
General Carlos Mendoza Poveda, PresidentMil
Carlos Antonio Vargas Guatatucan-p
Carlos Solórzano Constantinen-p
22 January 2000 to 15 January 2003Gustavo Noboa, PresidentDP-UDC
15 January 2003 to 20 April 2005Lucio Edwin Gutiérrez Borbúa, PresidentPSP
20 April 2005 to 2007-01-15Alfredo Palacio, Presidentn-p
2007-01-15 to presentRafael Correa, PresidentAlianza PAIS

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Latest elections

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'''Summary of the 15 October and 26 November 2006 Ecuador presidential Ecuadorian general election, 2006>election results
Candidates - Parties First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Rafael Correa - Alianza PAIS1,246,33322.843,517,62856.67
lvaro Noboa - Institutional Renewal Party of National Action1,464,25126.832,689,41243.33
Gilmar Gutirrez - January 21 Patriotic Society Party950,89517.42
Len Rolds Aguilera - Ethical and Democratic Network / Democratic Left Party809,75414.84
Cynthia Viteri - Social Christian Party525,7289.63
Luis Macas - Pluri-National Pachakutik United Movement119,5772.19
Fernando Rosero - Ecuadorian Roldosist Party113,3232.08
Marco Proao Maya - Movement for Democratic Vindication77,6551.42
Luis Villacs - Democratic People's Movement72,7621.33
Jaime Damerval Martnez - Concentration of People's Forces25,2840.46
Marcello Larrea Cabrera - ATR23,2330.43
Lenin Torres - Movimiento Revolucionario de Participacin Popular (MRPP)15,3570.28
Carlos Francisco Sagnay de la Bastida - INA13,4550.25
Total5,457,607
Blank votes316,220
Null votes775,613
Source: Tribunal Supremo Electoral - second round totals
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'''Summary of the 20 October 2002 Ecuador presidential Ecuadorian general election, 2002>election results
Candidates - Parties First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Lucio Gutirrez - Patriotic Society Party 21 January / Pluri-National Pachakutik United Movement - New Country20.3254.79
lvaro Noboa - Institutional Renewal Party of National Action17.4045.21
Len Rolds Aguilera - Citizen Movement15.48
Rodrigo Borja Cevallos - Democratic Left14.05
Xavier Neira - Social Christian Party12.23
Jacobo Bucaram Ortiz - Ecuadorian Roldosist Party11.87
Jacinto Velzquez - Movement Independent Social Transformation (Movimiento Transformacin Social Independiente )3.74
Ivonne Juez de Baki - Ecuadorian Radical Liberal Party1.77
Csar Alarcn Costa - Freedom Party1.20
Osvaldo Hurtado Larrea - Solidary Fatherland Movement1.08
Antonio Vargas - Indigenous Movement Amauta Jatari (Movimiento Indgena Amauta Jatari)0.84
Total (turnout 62.9 %)100.0100.0
Source: Electionguide.org [1]

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