Governor Benigno Fitial

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Commission On Audit (Philippines) - Members - Current
... Tan April 18, 2011 February 2, 2015 Chairman Benigno Aquino III Heidi Mendoza April 18, 2011 February 2, 2018 Commissioner Benigno Aquino III vacant Commissioner Benigno Aquino III ...
Benigno Ferreira
... Benigno Asunción Ferreira (1846–1920) was President of Paraguay November 25, 1906 – July 4, 1908 ... The general and doctor Benigno Ferrerira was one of the main protagonists in the postwar period of' ‘70 and one of the most respected political leaders of his era ...
Cristoforo Benigno Crespi
... Cristoforo Benigno Crespi (Busto Arsizio, 18 October 1833 – Milan, 5 January 1920) was an Italian entrepreneur ... His son, Silvio Benigno Crespi, was among the world's most powerful men at the time and signed the Treaty of Versailles at the end of the First World War on behalf of Italy ...
Benigno Álvares Memory in Maceda Today
... It took so many years for Benigno's native village to pay tribute to him. 90s, when a square was named with the name of 'Benigno Álvares', the antifascist a revolutionary Galician fighter ...
Northern Mariana Islands Elections, 2009 - Gubernatorial Election - Election Day
... Incumbent Governor Benigno Fitial and First Lady Josie Fitial voted at 710 a.m ... Republican challenger Heinz Hofschneider received 4,900 votes and incumbent Governor Benigno Fitial received 4,892 votes, therefore both advanced to the runoff election slated for November 23, 2009 ... Hofschneider led Fitial by just eight votes, the closest gubernatorial election in the history of the Northern Mariana Islands ...

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