Mariano Egaña

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Mariano Egaña.

Mariano Egaña Fabres (Santiago; 1793 - Santiago; 1846) was a Chilean lawyer, conservative politician and the main writer of the Chilean Constitution of 1833.

Political offices
Preceded by
Joaquín Echeverría Larraín
Minister of the Interior
and Foreign Affairs

1823-1824
Succeeded by
Francisco Antonio Pinto Díaz
Preceded by
Joaquín Echeverría Larraín
Minister of War and Navy
1823
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Pedro José Prado Montaner
Minister of Finance
1830
Succeeded by
Juan Francisco Meneses