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André Franco Montoro : biography

July 14, 1916 - July 16, 1999

André Franco Montoro ( 14 July 1916 – 16 July 1999) was a Brazilian politician and lawyer. He was born in São Paulo as the son of André de Blois Montoro and Tomásia Alijostes. He was a senator and governor of São Paulo. He was a member of several parties, such as PDC, MDB, Party of Brazilian Democratic Movement and one of the founders of PSDB. He was also a law philosopher and a professor at PUC-SP, who wrote several law books. Montoro is credited as being one of the key figures in the Diretas Já movement, along with Tancredo Neves and Ulysses Guimarães, which helped to bring about the return of direct elections to Brazil.

The São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport is named after him.

Category:1916 births Category:1998 deaths Category:People from São Paulo (city) Category:Brazilian lawyers Category:Governors of São Paulo (state) Category:Brazilian people of Italian descent Category:Brazilian people of Spanish descent Category:University of São Paulo alumni Category:Members of the Senate of Brazil Category:Christian Democratic Party (Brazil) politicians Category:Brazilian Democratic Movement politicians Category:Brazilian Democratic Movement Party politicians Category:Brazilian Social Democratic Party politicians

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