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Guillermo Endara

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Former Leader of Panama from 1989 to 1994 who was simply placed into power following the US overthrew the armed forces dictator Manuel Noriega. During his presidency, he abolished the Panamanian armed forces and changed it using a national police aswell as saw continuous economic development and a come back of democratic establishments. He went to the School of Panama Laws School before exercising law using a field of expertise in labor laws and regulations. He went for workplace gain in both 2004 and 2009 but dropped both contests. His family members was exiled alongside Leader Arnulfo Arias. His dad proved helpful for fellow Panamanian Leader Arnulfo Arias.

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Date Of Birth May 12, 1936
Died September 28, 2009, Panama City, Panama
Place Of Birth Panama City, Panama
Profession Politician
Education University of Panama, New York University
Star Sign Taurus

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1Elected president of Panama in May 1989, supported by a coalition of civilian parties. Dictator Manuel Noriega refused to accept the election; this led to an invasion by US military forces seven months later which ousted Noriega.
2He restored democracy to Panama, promoting freedom of speech and creating a civilian-led police force.
3President of Panama (1989-1994).


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#Quote
1When the passage of time erases the passion of the moment, when it eliminates mistrust and doubt between brothers, when it clarifies the uncertainty and confusion of our nascent liberty, only then will the efforts of those who took over in 1989 be appreciated.


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