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Edgar Sanabria Arcia (3 October 1911 24 April 1989) was a Venezuelan lawyer, diplomat, and politician, member of the provisional Government Junta, after the overthrow of Marcos Perez Jimenez on 23 January 1958, and interim caretaker President of Venezuela in 1959.
Sanabria was born in Caracas, studying at the French Priests school, the San Pablo Institute and the Caracas Grammar school (later re-baptized like Andres Bello Grammar school), graduating as bachelor in 1928. After that, Sanabria studied law at the Central University of Venezuela, where graduates in 1935 with a degree in Political Sciences. Obtains the title of professor in the Pedagogical Institute of Caracas the following year. Between 1936 and 1941, Sanabria would be professor at the Andres Bello grammar school and the Normal school of Caracas. From 1936 and 1958, occupy the chairs of Civil Law and Law History at the Central University of Venezuela, also served as assistant director of the National Library of Venezuela from 1936 until 1940. In 1941 was ordered to the General Consulate of Venezuela in New York City, and legal consultant of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, and of the ministry of Finance and Development (1942-1943).
Sanabria, was director of the Ministry of Education in 1944, and vocal member of the Council of the Faculty of Law at the Central University of Venezuela, being also professor of Roman Law at the Andres Bello Catholic University (1955-1959), as well in the Santa Maria University (1953-1956), and professor of Law History at the Cooperation School of the Armed Forces.
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