Luis Alberto Riart

Luis Alberto Riart

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Luis Alberto Riart was Paraguayan politician and President of Paraguay from 17 March 1924 until 15 August 1924.

His Government

When Eligio Ayala renounced the presidency on March 17, 1924, Riart took charge of the government until August 15, and afterwards presented himself as candidate in the next elections.

His ministers were: Belisario Rivarola, in the Department of the Interior, Rogelio Ibarra in Foreign Relations, Lisandro Díaz de León in the Justice and Culture Department, Eliseo Da Rosa in the Treasury Department and Colonel Manlio Schenoni Lugo in War and Navy.

In education, he filled the empty seats in educational institutions with the help of Clementina Irrazábal and the Lieutenant Juan Manuel Garay.

In May 1924 the government recognized many teachers from the Escuela Normal of Barrero Grande and the distinguished teacher Pedro Aguilera was promoted to professor. The careers of Public Translator and Consular were incorporated to the study program of the Escuela de Comercio (Business School).

Between 1906 and 1916 he was President of the Instituto Paraguayo (Paraguayan Instituto). In 1913 participated in the foundation of the Patriotic Union, from which he was in charge along with Emilio Aceval. He was in charge of the Instituto de Alta Cultura Paraguayo-Argentino (Institute of Paraguayan-Argentine Culture).

He was Minister of the Treasury Department, Minister of the Department of the Interior twice, Minister of War and Navy and Chancellor.

He was Provisional...
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