José Ramón Guizado
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|José Ramón Guizado|
|President of Panama|
2 January 1955 – 29 March 1955
|Vice President||Ricardo Arias|
|Preceded by||José Antonio Remón|
|Succeeded by||Ricardo Arias|
|Born||José Ramón Guizado Valdés|
José Ramón Guizado Valdés (15 October 1899 – 2 November 1964) was a Panamanian politician. He belonged to the National Patriotic Coalition (CNP).
In 1952, he was elected as José Antonio Remón's running mate. He served as the first Vice President of Panama from 1952 to 1955; he took over as President of Panama following the assassination of his predecessor, and served from January 2, 1955 to March 29, 1955.
| First Vice President of Panama
José Antonio Remón
| President of Panama
January 1955 – March 1955
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