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Gustavo Jiménez (Tarma, Peru, 1886–1933 in Lima) was a Peruvian colonel who served as President of Peru for six days in 1931. Jiménez organised one of several uprisings that led to the fall of the government of Augusto B. Leguía. After the nomination of General Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro as the new provisional president, Jiménez kept his supporters under arms since he did not agree with the decision. Following the replacement of Sánchez Cerro with Ricardo Leoncio Elías Arias, Jiménez returned to Lima on March 5, 1931. After entering the presidential palace and a negotiation with Elías, Jiménez became the new president, even though David Samanez Ocampo had been expected to take over presidential power that day. Due to the continuing unrest in the country and strong resistance against Jiménez from the Navy, Jiménez turned power over to David Samanez Ocampo on March 11. References World Statesmen Leaders of Peru Council on Hemispheric Affairs website Peru Elections: The Military Issue Preceded by Ricardo Leoncio Elías Arias Third President of the Provisional Government Junta March 5, 1931 – March 11, 1931 Succeeded by David Samanez Ocampo v · d · ePresidents of Peru San Martín · Luna Pizarro · La Mar · Bernardo de Tagle · Riva Agüero · Sucre · Bernardo de Tagle · Bolívar · Santa Cruz · Salazar y Baquíjano · La Mar · Gutiérrez de la Fuente · Gamarra · Luna Pizarro · Orbegoso · Bermúdez · Salaverry · Santa Cruz · Gamarra · Menéndez · Torrico · Vidal · Figuerola · Vivanco · Nieto · Castilla · Elías · Menéndez · Figuerola · Menéndez · Castilla · Echenique · Castilla · San Román · Castilla · P. Diez Canseco · Pezet · Prado · Pezet · P. Diez Canseco · Prado · P. Diez Canseco · Balta · Gutiérrez · F. Diez Canseco · Zevallos · Pardo · Prado · Piérola · García Calderón · Montero · Cáceres · Iglesias · Arenas · Cáceres · Morales Bermúdez · Borgoño · Cáceres · Candamo · Piérola · Romaña · Candamo · S. Calderón · Pardo y Barreda · Leguía  · Billinghurst · Benavides · Pardo y Barreda · Leguía  · Ponce · Sánchez Cerro · Elías Arias · Jiménez · Samanez Ocampo · Sánchez Cerro · Benavides · Prado Ugarteche · Bustamante y Rivero · Odría · Noriega · Odría · Prado Ugarteche · Pérez Godoy · Lindley · Belaúnde · Velasco · Morales Bermúdez · Belaúnde · García · Fujimori · Paniagua · Toledo · García · Humala (Elect) Persondata Name Jimenez, Gustavo Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1886 Place of birth Date of death 1933 Place of death This article about a Peruvian politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e