Eusebio Ayala

Eusebio Ayala

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Eusebio Ayala

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Eusebio Ayala (1875–1942) was President of Paraguay from 7 November 1921 to 12 April 1923 and again from 15 August 1932 to 17 February 1936. He was a member of the Liberal Party. He was overthrown by Rafael Franco.

His Life

Born in Barrero Guasu (Barrero Grande), Cordillera Department, Paraguay, on August 14, 1875. His parents were Abdón Bordenave and Casimira Ayala, an illiterate teenage girl aged 19, that had endured the hardships of the resident Paraguayan women. He was Juana Concepcion’s father’s brother, Enrique Bordenave, Rosa Elena and Maria Bordenave. He was married to the French Marcelle Durand, with whom he had a son called Roger Ayala Durand.

Eusebio Ayala comes from a very humble family from her mother’s side.

His first education in school were acquired in his hometown, with his aunt Benita. Then he moved to the country's capital, Asuncion, where he worked as a trainee in a shop, thanks to his own effort, and later he was able to enter the National College and received his bachelor in 1896.

Exercising the title of Expert in Business, Ayala taught classes in schools, through which he could afford his expenses at the College of Law, National University, where he graduated as Doctor of Social Science and Law in 1904, defending a thesis on the national budget.

After completing his university education, he made several trips to Europe. The first was as secretary of the embassy of Great Britain for three years, time that he came to master English and......
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