José Agustín Arango

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José Agustín Arango Remon (1841–1909) was a Panamanian politician who was, together with Tomás Arias and Federico Boyd, a member of the provisional junta that governed Panama after its independence in 1903. He was the Chairman of the Provisional Government Junta from 4 November 1903 until 20 February 1904.[1]

He served as the First Vice President of Panama from 1908 to 1909.


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