Antonio Teixeira De Sousa
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Antonio Teixeira De Sousa

António Teixeira de Sousa
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Minister for the Navy and Overseas

25 June 1900 - 28 February 1903
MonarchCarlos I
Ernesto Hintze Ribeiro
Barros Gomes
Manuel Rafael Gorjão
Minister for Finance

28 February 1903 - 20 October 1904
MonarchCarlos I
Ernesto Hintze Ribeiro
Fernando Matoso dos Santos
Manuel Afonso Espregueira
Minister for Finance

21 March 1906 - 19 May 1906
MonarchCarlos I
Ernesto Hintze Ribeiro
José de Franco Frazão
Ernesto Driesel Schroeter
54th Prime Minister of Portugal

26 June 1910 - 5 October 1910
MonarchManuel II of Portugal
Francisco da Veiga Beirão
Teófilo Braga
(as President of the Provisional Government of the Portuguese Republic)
Personal details
Born(1857-05-05)5 May 1857
Celeirós, Sabrosa, Kingdom of Portugal
Died5 June 1917(1917-06-05) (aged 60)
Celeirós, Sabrosa, Portuguese Republic
Political partyRegenerator Party
OccupationMedical doctor
Thermae doctor

António Teixeira de Sousa, 2nd Count of Sousa Palmela (5 May 1857 in Celeirós, Sabrosa - 5 June 1917 in Celeirós, Sabrosa; Portuguese pronunciation: ['t?niu t?j'j d? 'sowz?]) was a Portuguese medical doctor and politician during the Constitutional Monarchy. He graduated in Medicine at the University of Porto, in 1883. A member of the conservative Regenerator Party, he was first elected to the Chamber of Deputies, in 1889. He was later minister of the Navy and Overseas (1900-1903), and, twice, of Finance (1903-1904, 1906). He became President of the Council of Ministers (Prime Minister) on 26 June 1910, and would be the last Prime Minister of the Constitutional Monarchy as King D. Manuel II was overthrown by a republican revolution on 5 October 1910. He left politics after the republic proclamation, but showed a moderate support for the new regime.

Political offices
Preceded by Prime Minister of Portugal
Succeeded by
Teófilo Braga
(interim, as President of the
Provisional Government)
João Chagas

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