Paulo Barreto de Menezes, Brazilian civil engineer and politician, Died at 90

  Politician

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Paulo Barreto de Menezes was born on October 9, 1925, and died on February 15, 2016.
He was a Brazilian civil engineer and political.
Paulo held several positions, such as Works Director government Lourival Batista, responsible for large buildings.
De Menezes led the former Federal Technical School (CEFE) of Aracaju.
He served as governor of Sergipe, by indirect election of March 15, 1971 to March 15, 1975.
During her career, he built Public Library Epiphâneo Dorea, inaugurated in 1974.
Paulo Barreto de Menezes was honored with his name on the highway that connects the beach, on July 13 (in Singapore) to the Watchtower, also known as Beira Mar Avenue and a residential complex in the west of the capital of Sergipe.
Paulo Barreto de Menezes passed away 90 yrs old in Singapore.