¿quién fue porfirio meléndez?

¿quién fue porfirio meléndez?

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Established residence in the city of Colon. A hero of the independence of Panama, at the time he was head of the movement for separation from Colombia,[1] together with General Orondaste L. Martínez and the Chief of Police of Colón, Alejandro A. Ortíz; Commander Serafín Achurra, Don Tiburcio Meléndez, Don Juan Antonio Henríquez, Don Luis F. Estenoz and Carlos Clement in the province of Colón stopped the advance of the Colombian troops towards the capital on November 5, 1903 and arrested the Mayor of Colón. In this province he was Government Official, Municipal Mayor, Civil and Military Chief, Judge Treasurer, Governor, President of the Departmental Assembly, Deputy to the National Assembly for the province of Colon and Chief of Police in Panama.

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Porfirio Melendez was a businessman and politician born in Panama City in 1854, died in 1915. He established residence in the city of Colon. He was a hero of the independence of the separation of 1903 in Colon. He was head of the movement for separation from Colombia, together with General Orondaste L. Martinez and the chief of the Police of Colon, Alejandro A. Ortiz; Commander Serafin Achurra, Don Tiburcio Melendez, Don Juan Antonio Henriquez, Don Luis F. Estenoz and Carlos Clement in the province of Colon stopped the advance of Colombian troops towards the capital on November 5, 1903 and arrested the mayor of Colon.

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together with General Orondaste L. Martínez and the Chief of Police of Colón, Alejandro A. Ortíz; Commander Serafín Achurra, Don Tiburcio Meléndez, Don Juan Antonio Henríquez, Don Luis F. Estenoz and Carlos Clement in the province of Colón stopped the advance of the Colombian troops towards the capital on November 5, 1903 and arrested the Mayor of Colón. In this province he was Government Official, Municipal Mayor, Civil and Military Chief, Judge Treasurer, Governor, President of the Departmental Assembly, Deputy to the National Assembly for the province of Colon and Chief of Police in Panama.

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