Mexico: Heads of State: 1911-1920

Presidente Constitucional de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos [1]
6 Nov 1911 - 19 Feb 1913 Francisco Ignacio Madero González (x) [2]
Presidente Interino Constitucional de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos [1]
19 Feb 1913 - 19 Feb 1913 Pedro José Domingo de la Calzada Manuel María Lascuráin Paredes
19 Feb 1913 - 15 Jul 1914 José Victoriano Huerta Márquez [3]
15 Jul 1914 - 13 Aug 1914 Francisco Sebastián Carvajal y Gual
Revolutionary authorities of the Constitutionalist Army:
Primer Jefe del Ejército Constitucionalista, encargado del Poder Ejecutivo de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos [4]
20 Aug 1914 - 1 May 1917 José Venustiano Carranza de la Garza [5]
Revolutionary authorities of the Convention of Aguascalientes:
Presidente de la Soberana Convención Revolucionaria
31 Oct 1914 - 6 Nov 1914 Antonio Irineo Villarreal González
Presidente Provisional de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos
6 Nov 1914 - 16 Jan 1915 Eulalio Martín Gutiérrez Ortiz [6]
Presidente de la Soberana Convención Revolucionaria, Encargado del Poder Ejecutivo de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos
16 Jan 1915 - 10 Jun 1915 Roque Victoriano González Garza
Encargado del Poder Ejecutivo de la Nación
10 Jun 1915 - 10 Oct 1915 Francisco Jerónimo de Jesús Lagos Cházaro Mortero [7]
Head of State under the Constitution of 1917:
Presidente Constitucional de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos [1]
1 May 1917 - 21 May 1920 José Venustiano Carranza de la Garza (x)

[1] The term Constitucional is not prescribed by the Constitution, but is in invariable and significant official use; in informal official use, los Estados Unidos Mexicanos is often replaced by la República Mexicana.
[2] Always recorded as Francisco I. Madero; the initial I often erroneously interpreted as standing for Indalecio.
[3] Sometimes erroneously recorded as José Victoriano Huerta Ortega.
[4] Also in official use: ... encargado del Poder Ejecutivo de la Unión, or sometimes ... de la Nación.
[5] Declared to have ceased to hold the office by a resolution voted by the Soberana Convención Revolucionaria 31 Oct 1914, but refuses to comply, ultimately surviving the governments appointed by the Convención.
[6] Elected by the Soberana Convención Revolucionaria 1 Nov 1914 and takes oath of allegiance 6 Nov 1914; continues in dissidence to 2 Jun 1915, defying the authority of the Convención.
[7] Lagos Cházaro was elected by Soberana Convención Revolucionaria 9 Jun 1915 and immediately sworn in at the session of the Convención. However, the ceremony of the transfer of power from González Garza to Lagos Cházaro took place 10 Jun 1915 and the last official act of González Garzawas the signing of a proclamation (dated 10 Jun 1915) addressed to governors and other state officials confirming the change in the executive.
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