Sucre, Miranda

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Municipio Sucre
(Sucre Municipality)
Dulce Nombre de Jesús de Petare Kirk
Dulce Nombre de Jesús de Petare Kirk
Banner o Municipio Sucre (Sucre Municipality)
Banner
Sucre in Miranda State
Sucre in Miranda State
Coordinates: 10°29′N 66°49′W / 10.483°N 66.817°W / 10.483; -66.817Coordinates: 10°29′N 66°49′W / 10.483°N 66.817°W / 10.483; -66.817
Kintra VenezuelaVenezuela
State Miranda
Seat Petare
Foondit 17 Februar 1621
Incorporated 1989
Govrenment
 • Mayor Carlos Ocariz (Primero Justicia)
Aurie
 • Total 164 km2 (63 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Tot 665,203
 • Density 3,907.09/km2 (1,508.53/sq mi)
Time zone VST (UTC-4:30)
 • Simmer (DST) not observed (UTC-4:30)
Aurie code(s) 0212
Wabsteid www.alcaldiamunicipiosucre.gov.ve

Sucre Municipality is one of the 21 municipalities (municipios) that mak up the Venezuelan state o Miranda an ane o the municipalities that mak up the Metropolitan Destrict o Caracas. Accordin tae a 2007 population estimate bi the Naitional Institute o Statistics o Venezuela, the municipality haes a population o 640,762.[1] The ceety o Petare is the shire toun o the Sucre Municipality.[2] The municipality is ane o several in Venezuela namit "Sucre Municipality" in honour o Venezuelan unthirldom hero Antonio José de Sucre.

Petare´s historic center
Millennium Mall at the Rómulo Gallegos Avenue

Demographics[eedit | eedit soorce]

The Sucre Municipality, accordin tae a 2007 population estimate bi the Naitional Institute o Statistics o Venezuela, haes a population o 640,762 (up frae 591,414 in 2000). This amunts tae 2.2% o the state's population.[3] The municipality's population density is 6,287.9 fowk per square mile (3,907.09/km²).[4]

Govrenment[eedit | eedit soorce]

Mayors[eedit | eedit soorce]

Period Mayor % of votes Poleetical pairty Notes
1989-1993 Enrique Mendoza COPEI First Mayor o municipality
1993-1995 Enrique Mendoza COPEI
1995-1998 Raoul Bermúdez COPEI
1998-2000 Raoul Bermúdez COPEI
2000-2004 José Vicente Rangel Ávalos 29,98 MVR Venezuelan general election, 2000
2004-2008 José Vicente Rangel Ávalos 50,91[5] MVR/PSUV Re elected
2008-2013 Carlos Ocariz 55,60[6] Primero Justicia
2013-2017 Carlos Ocariz 52,79 Primero Justicia Current Mayor

(Re elected)

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