Guatemalan presidential election, 1916

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Guatemalan presidential election, 1916

← 1910 17 January 1916 Apr. 1920 →

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Nominee Manuel Estrada Cabrera
Party Liberal
Home state Quetzaltenango
Popular vote 551,145
Percentage 100%

President before election

Manuel Estrada Cabrera
Liberal

President-elect

Manuel Estrada Cabrera
Liberal

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Presidential elections were held in Guatemala on 17 January 1916. For the second successive election, Manuel Estrada Cabrera was re-elected unopposed.[1][2] Despite there only being one candidate, voters were rounded up by the military and taken to polling stations, where they could only vote for Cabrera.[3] Cabrera assumed the presidency on 15 March 1911.

Results[edit]

Candidate Party Votes %
Manuel Estrada Cabrera Liberal Party 551,145 100
Invalid/blank votes -
Total 551,145 100
Source: Information Annual, 1916

References[edit]

  1. ^ Calvert, Peter (1985) Guatemala : a nation in turmoil Boulder: Westview Pres p69
  2. ^ Information Annual, 1916: A Continuous Cyclopedia and Digest of Current Events. 1917, p297
  3. ^ Munro, Dana G (1967) The five republics of Central America New York: Russell & Russell, pp55-56

Bibliography[edit]

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  • Dosal, Paul J. Power in transition: the rise of Guatemala’s industrial oligarchy, 1871-1994. Westport: Praeger. 1995.
  • Holden, Robert H. Armies without nations: public violence and state formation in Central America, 1821-1960. New York: Oxford University Press. 2004.
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  • Rendón, Catherine. “El gobierno de Manuel Estrada Cabrera.” Historia general de Guatemala. 1993-1999. Guatemala: Asociación de Amigos del País, Fundación para la Cultura y el Desarrollo. Volume 5. 1996.