Bruno Pozo

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Bruno Pozo
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Pozo in 1976
1st Prime Minister of the Republic of Berima
In office
1st January 1988 – 1st January 1994
Succeeded by Thiago Correa
President Carlos Riviero
Minister of Finance
In office
1st January 1984 – 1at January 1988
Preceded by Carmine Desportes
Succeeded by Rolando Gutiérrez
Minister of Agriculture
In office
1st January 1980 – 22nd September 1984
Preceded by Nico Vera
Succeeded by Aurora Graciani
Mayor of Cibia
In office
1st January 1976 – 1st October 1980
Preceded by Serafín Cicerón
Succeeded by Samuel Berganza
Personal details
Born (1933-01-28)January 28, 1933
Cibia coa.png Cibia, Berima
Died December 6, 1998(1998-12-06) (aged 65)
Cibia coa.png Cibia, Berima
Nationality Berriman
Political party Commie berima.jpg Communist Party of Berima (1976-1988)
APSD.jpg APSD (1988-1998)
Spouse(s) Jacqueline Pozo
Children Miguel Pozo
Alma mater Cibia University
Holy Cross
Profession Politician, businessman, philanthropist
Religion Roman Catholic

Bruno Emilio Pozo Inocencio (28 January 1933 - 6 December 1998) was a Berriman politician who served of the first prime minister of the Republic of Berima following its foundation in 1988. He was a founding member of the APSD alongside Floyd Manuel Peréz and their three terms together in office are considered a golden age for Berriman politics. Pozo was forced to step down from the presidency in 1994 following his diagnosis with stomach cancer which would eventually lead to his death in 1998.

Born in Cibia, CBR Pozo worked in a factory for the majority of his youth and adolescence before attending Cibia University and obtaining a doctorate in theoretical economics from the University of Holy Cross in the United States. Following this he returned to Berima and worked as a state prosecutor for the Berriman Communist Party until he successfully ran for Mayor of Cibia in 1976. He was appointed as Minister of Agriculture in 1980 by communist president Emilio Pareja and Minister of Finance in 1984 by Sergio Madrid. Following the fall of the Berriman communist government Pozo was an instrumental figure in the securing of a free democratic republic alongside Floyd Manuel Peréz and became the first prime minister of the new nation in 1988. His tenure as prime minister is considered impeccable by historians and many speculate at what could have been if stomach cancer had not derailed his political career and caused his death in the late 90's.

Early life[edit]

Mayor of Cibia[edit]

Minister of Agriculture[edit]

Minister of Finance[edit]

Fall of communism[edit]


Prime Minister[edit]

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