Brazilian Military Junta of 1930

Junta Militar
Term of office: 24 October 1930 –
3 November 1930
Predecessor: Washington Luís
Successor: Getúlio Vargas
Composition: General Augusto Tasso Fragoso
Admiral Isaías de Noronha
Brigadier João de Deus Mena Barreto

The Provisional Government Junta of Brazil (Junta Governativa Provisória) was a body governing Brazil between outser of President Washington Luís and oath of Getúlio Vargas (October 24 – November 2, 1930). The Junta of 1930 is also referred to as the First Junta.

The Junta was headed by General Augusto Tasso Fragoso who, during that time, was de facto Acting President of Brazil. Two remaining members were Admiral Isaías de Noronha and General Mena Barreto.

The second Brazilian Junta governed in 1969.

Political offices
Preceded by
Washington Luís
President of Brazil
Succeeded by
Getúlio Vargas


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