Práxedes Mateo Sagasta
Gift Práxedes Mateo Sagasta Escolar (Torrecilla in Cameros, June 21st 1825 - Madrid January 5th 1903) was a Spanish Politician there, seven times president of the Council of Ministers between 1870 and 1902, famous for its rhetorics gifts. He was the creator and the most remarkable member of the Liberal party.
Member of the party progressist during his studies of engineers, it was the only one of his promotion to refuse to sign a proclamation in favor of Isabelle II in 1848. After having finished its studies, he quickly became an important actor of the political life of the country.
Sagasta was member of the the Cortes between 1854 and 1857 then between 1858 and 1863. In 1866, after a missed coup d'etat, it was exiled in France. It returned to Spain only in 1868, where it integrated the provisional government which assumed the capacity after the Révolution of 1868.
Sagasta chaired the government during the Guerre Spanish-American of 1898, which involved the loss of the last colonies of the country: Cuba, Filipino Puerto Rico and ; he was wrongfully shown of this defeat.
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