Miguel Ramos Arizpe

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Don Miguel Ramos Arizpe (born February 15, 1775 in Valle de San Nicolás, Coahuila– d. April 28, 1843 in Mexico City) was a Mexican priest and politician who served as deputy in 1810. He served as justice minister for Presidents Guadalupe Victoria, Manuel Gómez Pedraza, Valentín Gómez Farías and for Antonio López de Santa Anna.

Miguel Ramos Arizpe, Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones

The city of Ramos Arizpe in Coahuila is named after him.

In 2004 Clio TV showed a documentary El país roto, Las guerras de Miguel Ramos Arizpe that was directed by Antonino Isordia.[1]