Enrique Mac Iver

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Enrique Mac Iver Rodríguez
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Senator of Chile
Personal details
Born (1844-07-15)15 July 1844
Constitución, Maule Region, Chile
Died 21 August 1922(1922-08-21) (aged 78)
Santiago, Chile
Political party Radical Party
Profession Lawyer

Enrique Mac Iver Rodríguez (15 July 1844 – 21 August 1922) was a Chilean lawyer and politician. He participated in the 1891 Chilean Civil War on the side of the victorious Congressist faction doing himself the first draft for the deposition of president José Manuel Balmaceda. In 1898 he represented Chile in the Puna de Atacama dispute.

He was married to the granddaughter of Chilean president José Tomás Ovalle.