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This page lists the Presidents of Honduras.
On 1 July 1823 Honduras. along with Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, declared their independence from Mexico to form the short lived Federal Republic of Central America, also known as United Provinces of Central America. Honduras remained as a member state until it decided to separate in 1838. The entire union dissolved in civil war between 5 November 1838, when Nicaragua separated from the federation, and about 1840.
Honduras declared itself independent on 15 November 1838, and a constitution was formally adopted in January 1839. After a period of instability, conservative General Francisco Ferrera became the first elective president of the country for a two-year term, but then extended his de facto control of the nation for the next five years.
The most recent election was held 29 November 2009, with Porfirio Lobo Sosa elected president, taking office on 27 January 2010.
|President||Took office||Left office||Party|
|Juan Francisco de Molina||11 January 1839||13 April 1839||None|
|Felipe Neri Medina (acting)||13 April 1839||15 April 1839||None|
|Juan José Alvarado (acting)||15 April 1839||27 April 1839||None|
|José María Guerrero (acting)||27 April 1839||10 August 1839||None|
|Mariano Garrigó (acting)||10 August 1839||20 August 1839||None|
|José María Bustillo (acting)||20 August 1839||27 August 1839||None|
|Council of Ministers||27 August 1839||21 September 1839||Council of Ministers|
|Francisco Zelaya y Ayes (acting)||21 September 1839||1 January 1841||None|
|Francisco Ferrera||1 January 1841||31 December 1842||None|
|Council of Ministers||1 January 1843||23 February 1843||Council of Ministers|
|Francisco Ferrera||23 February 1843||31 December 1844||None|
|Council of Ministers||1 January 1845||8 January 1845||Council of Ministers|
|Coronado Chávez||8 January 1845||1 January 1847||None|
|Council of Ministers||1 January 1847||12 February 1847||Council of Ministers|
|Juan Lindo||12 February 1847||1 February 1852||None|
|Francisco Gómez (acting)||1 February 1852||1 March 1852||None|
|José Trinidad Cabañas||1 March 1852||18 October 1855||None|
|José Santiago Bueso (acting)||18 October 1855||8 November 1855||None|
|Francisco de Aguilar (acting)||8 November 1855||17 February 1856||None|
|José Santos Guardiola||17 February 1856||11 January 1862||None|
|José Francisco Montes (acting)||11 January 1862||4 February 1862||None|
|Victoriano Castellanos (acting)||4 February 1862||11 December 1862||None|
|José Francisco Montes (acting)||11 December 1862||7 September 1863||None|
|José María Medina (acting)||7 September 1863||31 December 1863||None|
|Francisco Inestroza (acting)||31 December 1863||15 March 1864||None|
|José María Medina||15 March 1864||26 July 1872||Liberal|
|Céleo Arias (provisional)||26 July 1872||13 January 1874||Liberal|
|Ponciano Leiva||13 January 1874||8 June 1876||National|
|Marcelino Mejía (provisional)||8 June 1876||13 June 1876||National|
|Crescencio Gómez (provisional)||13 June 1876||12 August 1876||Liberal|
|José María Medina (provisional)||12 August 1876||27 August 1876||Liberal|
|Marco Aurelio Soto||27 August 1876||19 October 1883||Liberal|
|Council of Ministers||19 October 1883||30 November 1883||Council of Ministers|
|Luis Bográn||30 November 1883||30 November 1891||National|
|Ponciano Leiva||30 November 1891||7 August 1893||National|
|Domingo Vásquez||7 August 1893||22 February 1894||Liberal|
|Policarpo Bonilla||22 February 1894||1 February 1899||National|
|Terencio Sierra||1 February 1899||1 February 1903||Liberal|
|Juan Ángel Arias Boquín||1 February 1903||13 April 1903||Liberal|
|Manuel Bonilla||13 April 1903||25 February 1907||National|
|Miguel Oquelí Bustillo
(Chairman of the Provisional Government Junta)
|25 February 1907||18 April 1907||None|
|Miguel R. Dávila||18 April 1907||28 March 1911||National|
|Francisco Bertrand (acting)||28 March 1911||1 February 1912||National|
|Manuel Bonilla||1 February 1912||21 March 1913||National|
|Francisco Bertrand||21 March 1913||9 September 1919||National|
|Salvador Aguirre (acting)||9 September 1919||16 September 1919||National|
|Vicente Mejía Colindres (acting)||16 September 1919||5 October 1919||Liberal|
|Francisco Bográn (acting)||5 October 1919||1 February 1920||Liberal|
|Rafael López Gutiérrez||1 February 1920||10 March 1924||Liberal|
|Francisco Bueso (acting)||10 March 1924||27 April 1924||Liberal|
|Tiburcio Carías Andino
(First Chief of the Liberating Revolution)
|27 April 1924||30 April 1924||National|
|Vicente Tosta (provisional)||30 April 1924||1 February 1925||Liberal|
|Miguel Paz Barahona||1 February 1925||1 February 1929||National|
|Vicente Mejía Colindres||1 February 1929||1 February 1933||Liberal|
|Tiburcio Carías Andino||1 February 1933||1 January 1949||National|
|Juan Manuel Gálvez||1 January 1949||5 December 1954||National|
|Julio Lozano Díaz
(Supreme Head of State)
|5 December 1954||21 October 1956||National|
|Military Government Council||21 October 1956||21 December 1957||Military|
|Ramón Villeda Morales||21 December 1957||3 October 1963||Liberal|
|Oswaldo López Arellano||3 October 1963||7 June 1971||Military|
|Ramón Ernesto Cruz Uclés||7 June 1971||4 December 1972||National|
|Oswaldo López Arellano
(Head of State)
|4 December 1972||22 April 1975||Military|
|Juan Alberto Melgar Castro
(Head of State)
|22 April 1975||7 August 1978||Military|
|Policarpo Paz García (Provisional)||7 August 1978||27 January 1982||Military|
|Roberto Suazo Córdova||27 January 1982||27 January 1986||Liberal Party of Honduras|
|José Azcona del Hoyo||27 January 1986||27 January 1990||Liberal Party of Honduras|
|Rafael Leonardo Callejas||27 January 1990||27 January 1994||National Party of Honduras|
|Carlos Roberto Reina||27 January 1994||27 January 1998||Liberal Party of Honduras|
|Carlos Roberto Flores||27 January 1998||27 January 2002||Liberal Party of Honduras|
|Ricardo Rodolfo Maduro Joest||27 January 2002||27 January 2006||National Party of Honduras|
|Manuel Zelaya Rosales||27 January 2006||28 June 2009||Liberal Party of Honduras|
|Roberto Micheletti (acting)||28 June 2009||27 January 2010||Liberal Party of Honduras|
|Porfirio Lobo Sosa||27 January 2010||Incumbent||National Party of Honduras|