Fernando Henrique Cardoso

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Fernando Henrique Cardoso
34t Preses o Brazil
In office
1 Januar 1995 – 31 December 2002
Vice President Marco Maciel
Precedit bi Itamar Franco
Succeeded by Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
Minister of External Relations
In office
1992–1993
Preses Itamar Franco
Precedit bi Celso Lafer
Succeeded by Celso Amorim
Minister of Finance
In office
1993–1994
Preses Itamar Franco
Precedit bi Eliseu Resende
Succeeded by Rubens Ricupero
Personal details
Born Juin 18, 1931 (1931-06-18) (age 83)
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Naitionality Brazilian
Poleetical pairty Brazilian Social Democracy Party – PSDB
Spoose(s) Ruth Corrêa Leite Cardoso (1953-2008, her death)
Alma mater Universidade de São Paulo
Profession Sociologist
Releegion Roman Catholic[1]

Fernando Henrique Cardoso (Portuguese pronunciation: [feɾˈnɐ̃dw ẽjˈʁiki kaʁˈdozu]; born 18 Juin 1931), kent bi his initials FHC ([ˈɛfjɐˌgaˈse]) an aw, wis the 34t Preses o the Federative Republic o Brazil an servit for twa terms frae 1 Januar 1995 tae 31 December 2002. An accomplished sociologist, professor an politeecian,[2] Cardoso wis awairdit in 2000 wi the prestigious Prince of Asturias Award for Internaitional Cooperation.[3]

Awairds[eedit | eedit soorce]

Selected works[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Cardoso, Fernando Henrique (2006) The Accidental President of Brazil, PublicAffairs, ISBN 1-58648-324-2
  • Cardoso, Fernando Henrique (2001) Charting a New Course: The Politics of Globalization and Social Transformation, Rowman & Littlefield, ISBN 0-7425-0893-5
  • Goertzel, Ted G. (1999) Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Reinventing Democracy in Brazil, Boulder: Lynne Rienner.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Sem religião, mas com muita festa, 24 December 2004, Universia
  2. MSNBC News-Newsweek International: 'Che Guevara In Tweed'
  3. Fernando Henrique Cardoso
  4. Slovak republic website, State honours : 1st Class in 2001 (click on "Holders of the Order of the 1st Class White Double Cross" to see the holders' table)