Rodolfo Chiari

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Rodolfo Chiari

Rodolfo Chiari Robles (November 15, 1869 in Aguadulce – August 16, 1937 in Monrovia, California) was a Panamanian politician of the National Liberal Party.

He served twice as Vice President in the cabinet of Belisario Porras from 1912 to 1916 and from 1920 to 1924. Later he served as President of Panama from October 1, 1924 to October 1, 1928. He died in California.

His son, Roberto Francisco Chiari, a Liberal like his father, was President of Panama from 1960 to 1964.

Preceded by
Pablo Arosemena
First Vice President of Panama
1912–1916
Succeeded by
Ciro Urriola
Preceded by
Ernesto Lefevre
First Vice President of Panama
1920–1924
Succeeded by
Tomás Gabriel Duque
Preceded by
Belisario Porras
President of Panama
1924–1928
Succeeded by
Florencio H. Arosemena