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Manuel García Prieto

Manuel García-Prieto, 1st Marquis of Alhucemas was a Spanish politician (1859, Astorga, León Province – 8 March 1938, San Sebastián) who was prime minister several times in his life. He was a member of the Liberal Party. During his last term, he was deposed by Miguel Primo de Rivera.

Political offices
Preceded by
Juan Pérez-Caballero
Minister of State
9 February 1910 – 31 December 1912
Succeeded by
Juan Navarro-Reverter
Preceded by
The Duke of Ripalda
Minister of State
13 November 1917 – 22 March 1918
Succeeded by
Eduardo Dato
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