Pablo Arosemena

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Pablo Arosemena
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Pablo Arosemena, 1910
President of Panama
In office
5 October 1910 – 1 October 1912
DeputyPresidential designates
Federico Boyd
Rodolfo Chiari
Preceded byFederico Boyd
Succeeded byBelisario Porras
Personal details
Born
Pablo Arosemena Alba

Pablo Arosemena Alba (24 September 1836, in Panama City – 19 August 1920) was the first presidential designate of Panama at the time of resignation of Carlos Antonio Mendoza, and in that capacity became the President of Panama from 5 October 1910 to 1 October 1912.

He was elected as the first presidential designate by the National Assembly for the term 1904-1906 and again for the term 1910-1912.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Federico Boyd
President of Panama
1910–1912
Succeeded by
Belisario Porras