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Porfirio D������az
Porfirio is a given name in Spanish language, Spanish, derived from the Greek Porphyry (other), Porphyry (''porphyrios'' "purple-clad"). It can refer to: * Porfirio Salinas – Mexican-American artist * Porfirio Armando Betancourt – Honduran football player * Porfirio Barba-Jacob – Colombian poet and writer * Porfirio Becerril – Mexican diver * Porfirio Díaz – Mexican soldier and politician, seven times President * Porfirio DiDonna – American artist * Porfirio Lobo Sosa – Honduran President * Porfirio López – Costa Rican professional soccer player * Porfirio Muñoz Ledo – Mexican politician * Porfirio Rubirosa – Dominican diplomat * Hugo Porfírio – Portuguese footballer See also

* Porfirio (film), ''Porfirio'' (film), Colombian drama * Porfirio Díaz (film), ''Porfirio Díaz'' (film), 1944 biography * Porphyry (other) * Porphyry (philosopher) * Porfiry (similar Russian name) {{given name ...
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Porfirio Lobo Sosa
Porfirio Lobo Sosa (born 22 December 1947), known as Pepe Lobo, is a Honduras, Honduran politician and agricultural landowner who served as President of Honduras from 2010 to 2014. A member of the conservative National Party of Honduras, National Party and a former deputy in the National Congress of Honduras from 1990, he was president of the National Congress of Honduras from 2002 to 2006. He came second to Manuel Zelaya with 46% of the vote in the 2005 Honduran general election, 2005 general election. After the military ousted Zelaya in a 2009 Honduran coup d'état, coup d'état, Lobo was elected president in the 2009 Honduran general election, 2009 presidential election and took office on 27 January 2010. Family and early career Lobo was born in Trujillo, Honduras, Trujillo and grew up on the ranch of La Empalizada near Juticalpa, Olancho department, Olancho. His parents are Porfirio José Lobo López and Rosa Sosa Hernández de Lobo, both deceased. His father served as deputy ...
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