Guillermo Tell Villegas (1823 in Valencia, Venezuela – 21 March 1907 in Valencia) was a Venezuelan politician, lawyer, and writer. He served as interim President of Venezuela in 1868, 1870 and 1892. Starting his career in law, he became governor of Barinas in 1859 and afterwards held various roles in the government of Juan Crisostomo Falcon, including deputy in the Assembly of Victory, undersecretary of Interior and Justice, and Minister of Interior and Justice. Also in 1863 and 1964 he served as interim Minister of Foreign Affairs in the absence of Antonio Guzman Blanco, and in 1864 and in 1866 was appointed to the Federal High Court .

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  • غييرمو تيل فيليغاس (بالإنجليزية: Guillermo Tell Villegas) (و. 1823 – 1907 م) هو سياسي، ودبلوماسي، ومحامي من فنزويلا . ولد في بلنسية. تولى منصب رئيس فنزويلا (16 أبريل 1870–27 أبريل 1870)، ورئيس فنزويلا (28 يونيو 1868–20 فبراير 1869). توفي في بلنسية . (ar)
  • Guillermo Tell Villegas (1823 in Valencia, Venezuela – 21 March 1907 in Valencia) was a Venezuelan politician, lawyer, and writer. He served as interim President of Venezuela in 1868, 1870 and 1892. Starting his career in law, he became governor of Barinas in 1859 and afterwards held various roles in the government of Juan Crisostomo Falcon, including deputy in the Assembly of Victory, undersecretary of Interior and Justice, and Minister of Interior and Justice. Also in 1863 and 1964 he served as interim Minister of Foreign Affairs in the absence of Antonio Guzman Blanco, and in 1864 and in 1866 was appointed to the Federal High Court . Villegas participated in the La Genuina revolution in 1867, and was elected president of the Chamber of Deputies in 1868, where he openly opposed the government of Juan Crisóstomo Falcón. The Blue Revolution in 1868 removed Falcon from power, and under President José Ruperto Monagas, Villegas served as the 78th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela until 1869. He began serving as interim President of Venezuela in June 1868, and during his tenure eight-month he reinstated the Federal Constitution from 1864. While Monagas was campaigning in February 1869, Villegas again took the role of interim president until March 1869. Later that year Villegas was appointed Minster of the Interior. In 1870, Villegas was once again appointed interim president while Monagas fought the Liberal Revolution. The revolution was successful, and Villegas retired from active politics after ceding the presidency. Villegas went into education after his retirement, and in 1876 he founded the school La Paz. He published several reports and educational textbooks in the 1880s, and in 1889 President Juan Pablo Rojas Paul named him Minister of Public Instruction. In 1892 Villegas was appointed the president of the Federal Council. Villegas served as interim President of Venezuela for the final time in 1892, when Raimundo Andueza Palacio was in absentia while dealing with the outbreak of the Legalist Revolution. Villegas resigned later that year and was succeeded by his nephew Guillermo Tell Villegas Pulido. Returning to education, he published the first Venezuelan popular instruction book on literature, science, and fine arts in 1895. In 1901, he was elected as a member of the National Academy of History at the age of 80. (en)
  • È stato presidente della repubblica sudamericana in tre occasioni, dal 28 giugno 1868 al 20 febbraio 1869, tra il 26 e il 27 aprile 1870 e dal 17 giugno al 7 ottobre 1892. Iniziò la carriera politica dopo aver conseguito la laurea in legge presso l'"Universidad Central de Venezuela". Nel 1859 divenne governatore di Barinas e nel 1863 fu deputato nell'"Asamblea de La Victoria". In seguito, nel 1863, divenne sottosegretatio del ministero dell'Interno e della Giustizia durante il governo di Juan Crisóstomo Falcón e nell'agosto dello stesso anno divenne ministro del medesimo ministero ed anche del ministero degli esteri a causa dell'assenza dell'incaricato Antonio Guzmán Blanco. In questo periodo fu fautore del decreto sulle Garanzie Costituzionali, in cui la pena capitale, l'esilio e la prigione per motivi politici vennero eliminati, a garanzia della libertà di espressione. Nel 1864 venne eletto membro dell'"Alta Corte Federal" e due anni dopo fu eletto alla "Suprema Corte Federal". Nel 1867, a causa di un forte disaccordo col governo Juan Crisóstomo Falcón, partecipò con Pedro Ezequiel Rojas, Elías Rojas, Martín Sanabria e José Antonio Mosquera alla revolución conosciuta come "La Genuina", presieduta da Luciano Mendoza. Nell'aprile 1868 diventò presidente della Camera dei deputati, opponendosi apertamente al governo Falcón. Grazie al trionfo, nel giugno 1868, della Revolución Azul, divenne un'importante figura del nuovo governo, in qualità di ministro delle Relazioni Esterne e presidente del Consiglio del Governo, per poi divenire presidente della repubblica il 28 giugno dello stesso anno. Cominciò, così, a concedere l'amnistia ai prigionieri politici, emanò la Costituzione Federale del 1864, rese effettive le garanzie dei diritti dei cittadini e abolì del tutto il regime stabilito da Falcón. Nel 1884 scrisse un libro di grammatica castigliana e nel 1887 fu autore del libro Homófonos de la lengua castellana. Nel 1889 presentò un rapporto al ministero della Pubblica Istruzione per la formazione di un catalogo dei libri per l'istruzione pubblica venezuelana. Nel 1889 divenne egli stesso ministro della Pubblica Istruzione sotto il governo di Juan Pablo Rojas Paúl. Nel 1892 fu designato presidente del Consiglio Federale da Raimundo Andueza Palacio, e con questa carica diventò temporaneamente presidente della repubblica a causa dello scoppio della Revolución Legalista di Joaquín Crespo. Dopo la fine del governo Andueza ed il trionfo del movimento di Crespo, andò in esilio e si allontanò per sempre dalla politica. Nel 1895 venne pubblicato il suo libro più importante: Primer libro venezolano de literatura, ciencias y bellas artes. (it)
  • Guillermo Tell Villegas (Valencia, Estado de Venezuela, 1823 - ibídem, 21 de marzo de 1907) fue un político venezolano, presidente interino de su país en tres ocasiones: entre el 20 de junio de 1868 y el 20 de febrero de 1869, entre el 26 y el 27 de abril de 1870 y entre el 17 de junio y el 7 de octubre de 1892. Fue tío de Guillermo Tell Villegas Pulido. Egresado en derecho de la Universidad Central de Venezuela, en 1859 fue gobernador de Barinas, en 1863 diputado en la Asamblea de La Victoria, subsecretario de Interior y Justicia y ministro de Interior y Justicia y de Relaciones Exteriores del mariscal Juan Crisóstomo Falcón, en 1864 supremo de la Alta Corte Federal y en 1866 supremo de la Suprema Corte Federal. En 1867 se distancia de Falcón y participa de una revuelta apodada La Genuina, encabezada por Luciano Mendoza. Poco antes de la Revolución Azul intenta negociar entre el gobierno y los rebeldes de Miguel Antonio Rojas y José Tadeo Monagas. Tras el triunfo rebelde es nombrado presidente interino, supliendo al mandatario en funciones José Ruperto Monagas, quien estaba en combatiendo. En septiembre de 1869 es nombrado ministro del Interior. Al año siguiente asume la presidencia de nuevo, mientras Monagas combate a los rebeldes de la Revolución de Abril. Tras esto se retira de la vida pública hasta ser nombrado ministro de Instrucción Pública por Juan Pablo Rojas Paúl en 1889. Presidente interno durante la Revolución Legalista de Joaquín Crespo. Se retira a la vida académica hasta su muerte en 1907. Se casó con Josefa "Pepita" Perozo Carrillo, tuvo dos hijos: José Antonio y Antonio José. (es)
  • Guillermo Tell Villegas (Valência, Venezuela, 1823; Valência, 21 de março de 1907), político venezuelano, presidente da Venezuela em 1868, 1870 e 1892. Este artigo sobre Venezuela é mínimo. Você pode ajudar a Wikipédia expandindo-o. (pt)
  • Гильермо Телль Вильегас (исп. Guillermo Tell Villegas; 1823 — 21 марта 1907) — президент Венесуэлы в 1868, 1870 и 1892 годах. Получил юридическое образование в Центральном университете Венесуэлы, занимался адвокатской практикой. В 1959 году стал губернатором штата Баринас. Дважды занимал пост министра иностранных дел Венесуэлы. Дядя президента Венесуэлы Гильермо Телль Вильегас Пулидо, власть к которому перешла после отстранения первого от власти. (ru)
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  • غييرمو تيل فيليغاس (بالإنجليزية: Guillermo Tell Villegas) (و. 1823 – 1907 م) هو سياسي، ودبلوماسي، ومحامي من فنزويلا . ولد في بلنسية. تولى منصب رئيس فنزويلا (16 أبريل 1870–27 أبريل 1870)، ورئيس فنزويلا (28 يونيو 1868–20 فبراير 1869). توفي في بلنسية . (ar)
  • Guillermo Tell Villegas (Valência, Venezuela, 1823; Valência, 21 de março de 1907), político venezuelano, presidente da Venezuela em 1868, 1870 e 1892. Este artigo sobre Venezuela é mínimo. Você pode ajudar a Wikipédia expandindo-o. (pt)
  • Гильермо Телль Вильегас (исп. Guillermo Tell Villegas; 1823 — 21 марта 1907) — президент Венесуэлы в 1868, 1870 и 1892 годах. Получил юридическое образование в Центральном университете Венесуэлы, занимался адвокатской практикой. В 1959 году стал губернатором штата Баринас. Дважды занимал пост министра иностранных дел Венесуэлы. Дядя президента Венесуэлы Гильермо Телль Вильегас Пулидо, власть к которому перешла после отстранения первого от власти. (ru)
  • Guillermo Tell Villegas (1823 in Valencia, Venezuela – 21 March 1907 in Valencia) was a Venezuelan politician, lawyer, and writer. He served as interim President of Venezuela in 1868, 1870 and 1892. Starting his career in law, he became governor of Barinas in 1859 and afterwards held various roles in the government of Juan Crisostomo Falcon, including deputy in the Assembly of Victory, undersecretary of Interior and Justice, and Minister of Interior and Justice. Also in 1863 and 1964 he served as interim Minister of Foreign Affairs in the absence of Antonio Guzman Blanco, and in 1864 and in 1866 was appointed to the Federal High Court . (en)
  • Guillermo Tell Villegas (Valencia, Estado de Venezuela, 1823 - ibídem, 21 de marzo de 1907) fue un político venezolano, presidente interino de su país en tres ocasiones: entre el 20 de junio de 1868 y el 20 de febrero de 1869, entre el 26 y el 27 de abril de 1870 y entre el 17 de junio y el 7 de octubre de 1892. Fue tío de Guillermo Tell Villegas Pulido. Se casó con Josefa "Pepita" Perozo Carrillo, tuvo dos hijos: José Antonio y Antonio José. (es)
  • È stato presidente della repubblica sudamericana in tre occasioni, dal 28 giugno 1868 al 20 febbraio 1869, tra il 26 e il 27 aprile 1870 e dal 17 giugno al 7 ottobre 1892. Iniziò la carriera politica dopo aver conseguito la laurea in legge presso l'"Universidad Central de Venezuela". Nel 1859 divenne governatore di Barinas e nel 1863 fu deputato nell'"Asamblea de La Victoria". In seguito, nel 1863, divenne sottosegretatio del ministero dell'Interno e della Giustizia durante il governo di Juan Crisóstomo Falcón e nell'agosto dello stesso anno divenne ministro del medesimo ministero ed anche del ministero degli esteri a causa dell'assenza dell'incaricato Antonio Guzmán Blanco. In questo periodo fu fautore del decreto sulle Garanzie Costituzionali, in cui la pena capitale, l'esilio e la prigi (it)
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