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Nereu de Oliveira Ramos (; September 3, 1888 - June 16, 1958) was a Brazilian political figure. Ramos was vice-president of the Republic between 1947 and 1951. Elected to the Federal Senate as a representative from Santa Catarina state in 1954, he became the Senate's vice-president in the following year. By this stage President Getúlio Vargas had taken his own life. There followed a series of brief presidential reigns: Vargas's successor Café Filho soon stepped down because of poor health; and the president of the Chamber of Deputies Carlos Luz was impeached after holding the presidency only two days. Ramos, who was the next in the line of succession, assumed the presidency on November 11, 1955 to complete Vargas's term. He served until January 31, 1956, whereupon Juscelino Kubitschek took the oath of presidential office. He was the last President to have been born in the Empire of Brazil.

Nereu Ramos died in a Cruzeiro airline crash on July, 6th 1958 near Curitiba Afonso Pena International Airport.


<gallery>File:Nereu Ramos.jpg|President Nereu RamosFile:Presidente Nereu Ramos.jpg|Presidential photographyFile:Nereu Ramos para JK.jpg|From left: President-elect Kubitschek, President Ramos, Vice President-elect GoulartFile:Estátua Nereu Ramos.jpg|Statue</gallery>

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