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Ottomar de Sousa Pinto (January 19, 1931 – December 11, 2007) was a Brazilian politician, who was Governor of the state of Roraima from November 2004 until his death in December 2007. He was a member of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party.

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  • Ottomar de Sousa Pinto (Petrolina, 19 de janeiro de 1931 — Brasília, 11 de dezembro de 2007) foi um militar e político brasileiro que exerceu por três vezes o mandato de governador de Roraima.
  • Ottomar de Sousa Pinto (January 19, 1931 – December 11, 2007) was a Brazilian politician, who was Governor of the state of Roraima from November 2004 until his death in December 2007. He was a member of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party.
  • Ottomar de Sousa Pinto (Petrolina, 19 de enero de 1930 — Brasília, 11 de diciembre de 2007) fue un militar y político brasileño afiliado al Partido de la Social Democracia Brasileña y anteriormente al Partido Laborista Brasileño. Era casado con Marluce Pinto, senadora por el PMDB. Dos hijas suyas también son políticas, Otília Pinto es alcaldesa de Rorainópolis y Marília Pinto es diputada estatal.
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