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Cláudio Lembo

Cláudio Lembo
32nd Governor of São Paulo
In office
30 March 2006 – 1 January 2007
Vice Governor None
Preceded by Geraldo Alckmin
Succeeded by José Serra
Vice Governor of São Paulo
In office
1 January 2003 – 30 March 2006
Governor Geraldo Alckmin
Preceded by Geraldo Alckmin
Succeeded by Alberto Goldman
Personal details
Born (1938-10-12) October 12, 1938
São Paulo
Political party DEM
Occupation Lawyer

Cláudio Salvador Lembo (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born October 12, 1938 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian lawyer, politician and university professor from Neapolitan background. He was elected Vice-governor in 2002 with Governor Geraldo Alckmin. After Alckmin's resignation, to be able to run for the presidency of Brazil in the general elections of October 2006, Lembo became governor of São Paulo on March 31, 2006. His political origins are in the ARENA pro-military party of the 1970s.[1]

Lembo is professor of constitutional law and civil law at Mackenzie Presbyterian University.

References

  1. ^ Bourne, Richard (2008). Lula of Brazil: the story so far. California University Press. 
Government offices
Preceded by
Geraldo Alckmin
Governor of São Paulo
2006–2007
Succeeded by
José Serra


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