Miguel Alonzo Romero

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Miguel Alonzo Romero

Miguel Alonzo Romero (born December 25, 1887 in Tekax , Yucatán state , † September 29, 1964 in Mexico City ) was a Mexican ambassador .


Romero received his doctorate in pediatrics from the Sorbonne in 1920 and was a writer. He was a member of the Partido Liberal Constitucionalista .

From 1916 to 1917 he represented the state of Yucatán in the Constituent Assembly in Santiago de Querétaro . Miguel Alonzo Romero conducted a debate with Aurelio Manrique and Antonio Díaz Soto y Gama at the Congreso Constituyente de México (1917) .

He was imprisoned and expelled from the government of Venustiano Carranza for conspiracy in the Cárcel municipal de Veracruz (Veracruz) . After the murder of Carranza and the victory of the Plan de Agua Prieta , he was President of the Congress of the Union of Mexico under Adolfo de la Huerta in 1920 .

In 1922 he was appointed Chefe de Gobierno of Mexico City by the government of Álvaro Obregón . From November 25, 1929 to February 15, 1935 he was with official seat in Tokyo Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Minister of the Mexican government in Japan and China. From April 23, 1935 to April 8, 1937 he was ambassador to Caracas . From April 25, 1954 to January 27, 1961 he was ambassador to Anastasio Somoza García in Managua .

Individual evidence

  1. Los Constituyentes Y La Constitución De 1917 ( Memento of November 17, 2005 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF; 1.7 MB)
  2. ^ Fernando Romero García: Diario de los debates del Congreso Constituyente , Mexico. 1916–1917, Imprenta de la Secretaria de Gobernación, 1917, p. 81.
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Grail. Celestino Gasca: 7 de julio de 1920 Governors of the Federal District
January 1, 1922
October 25, 1923: Ramón Ross
Carlos Augusto Baumbach Griethe Mexican Ambassador to Tokyo
November 25, 1929 to February 15, 1935
Francisco Javier Aguilar González
José Vázquez Schiaffino Mexican Ambassador to Nanjing
October 25, 1929 to February 15, 1935
Carlos Augusto Baumbach Griethe
Esteban García de Alba Mexican Ambassador to Caracas
April 23, 1935 to April 8, 1937
Salvador Navarro Aceves
Santiago Sáenz Rico Mexican Ambassador to Managua
April 25, 1954 to January 27, 1961
Francisco J. Álvarez Faller