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JOSÉ MARÍA PINO SUÁREZ (1869 - 1913)

 

J
osé María Pino Suárez was born in Tenosique, Tabasco. After graduating as a lawyer, he moved to Yucatán to practice his profession there. He was editor of the newspaper El Peninsular and published two volumes of poems: Melancolías (1896) and Procelarias (1908). In 1904, he wrote the prologue to Memorias de un alférez by Eligio Ancona.

 

JOSÉ MARÍA PINO SUÁREZ (1869 - 1913)

 

                     He joined the Anti-Reelectionist Party and participated in the political campaign of Francisco Ignacio Madero, organizing the opposition groups in Tabasco and Yucatán. He also participated in negotiating the Treaty of Ciudad Juárez. When the revolution erupted, he was named—from New Orleans in the United States—provisional governor of Yucatán, a position he held from June 5 to August 8, 1911.

 

                     He became the constitutional governor from October 7 to November 13, 1911, at which point he left that position to his brother-in-law and went to Mexico City to become Vice President of Mexico and, simultaneously, Minister of Education and Culture. He was forced to resign in February 1913. He was assassinated with President Madero in Mexico City.

 

 

 

 


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