Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero

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Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero
Orden de Manuel Amador Guerrero
Grand Collar of the Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero (Panama) - Memorial JK - Brasilia - DSC00393.JPG
Cross of the Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero
Award of  Panama
Type Order
Gran Maestre President of Panama
Gran Canciller Minister of Foreign Affairs
Established 29 October 1953
Precedence
Next (lower) Order of Vasco Núñez de Balboa
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Ribbon of the order

The Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero (Spanish: Orden de Manuel Amador Guerrero) is the highest honour of Panama. Named after Manuel Amador Guerrero, the first president of Panama, the order was established on the 50th anniversary of Panama's independence on 29 October 1953. It is awarded to recognize distinguished people (Panamanians and non-Panamanians) in the sciences, arts, and politics.[1]

Grades[edit]

There are four grades of the order:[1]

  • Collar
  • Grand Cross (Gran Cruz)
  • Grand Officer (Gran Official)
  • Commander (Comendador)
Ribbons
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Commander
PAN Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero - Grand Officer BAR.png
Grand Officer
PAN Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero - Grand Cross BAR.png
Grand Cross
PAN Order of Manuel Amador Guerrero - Grand Cross BAR.png
Collar

Awardees[edit]

Collar[edit]

Grand Cross[edit]

Grand Officer[edit]

Collar[edit]

Unknown grade[edit]

  • Harold Christian Hofmann 2007

References[edit]