Granada: Heads of State: 1821-1825

Junta Gubernativa [1]
22 Nov 1821 - 4 Feb 1822 Pío José Domitilo Bolaños Thomeu Santeliz Morales
22 Nov 1821 - 4 Feb 1822 Rafael Briceño
22 Nov 1821 - 4 Feb 1822 Felipe Argüello Molina
22 Nov 1821 - 4 Feb 1822 Dionisio del Castillo
Junta Gubernativa [2]
20 Apr 1823 - ? ? 1823 José Antonio Velázquez
20 Apr 1823 - ? ? 1823 Bernabé Montiel
20 Apr 1823 - ? ? 1823 Venancio Fernández
20 Apr 1823 - ? ? 1823 Nicolás de la Rocha Zapata
Junta Revolucionaria [2]
? ? 1823 - ? Jan 1825 José Anacleto Ordóñez Bermúdez [3]
? ? 1823 - ? Jan 1825 Raimundo Tiffer
? ? 1823 - ? Jan 1825 Juan Ignacio Marenco y López del Corral
? ? 1823 - ? Jan 1825 Solano Castrillo
? ? 1823 - ? Jan 1825 Nicolás de la Rocha Zapata (x)
? ? 1823 - ? Jan 1825 Manuel Sandoval
General en Jefe del Ejército Protector y Libertador de Granada [4]
20 Apr 1823 - 2 Jul 1823 José Anacleto Ordóñez Bermúdez (x)

[1] Installed (22 Nov 1821) on orders of the government of the Reino de Guatemala (Kingdom of Guatemala), considering Nicaragua as a part of the Kingdom; opposed by the authorities set up in León; continues in office after incorporation into Mexico (4 Feb 1822).
[2] Between 20 Apr 1823 and Jan 1825 there was a Junta, possibly two, (Junta Gubernativa and Junta Revolucionaria); there are two radically divergent versions appearing in historical studies.
[3] By adoption; original name: José Anacleto Bermúdez; known as Cleto Ordóñez.
[4] Exercised the authority equal to that of the Head of State as evident, for example, from the text of a treaty with León; however, sets up Junta Revolucionaria.
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