Agrarian Party (Panama)

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The Agrarian Party (in Spanish: Partido Agrario, PA) was a Panamanian small regionalist conservative political party. The party was active in Chiriquí Province in the 1920s and 1940s. [1] The PA was represented in the Panamian Parliament from 1928 to 1936. [2] [3]

Carlos V. Biebarach (later a justice of the Supreme Court of Panama) and Manuel C. Díaz Armuelles were the founders and leaders of the Party. [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Almanaque panameño. Editorial Balboa, 1940. Pp. 274.
  2. ^ Political Handbook of the World, 1929. New York, 1929. Pp. 143.
  3. ^ Political Handbook of the World, 1936. New York, 1936. Pp. 146.
  4. ^ Clyde Schubert Stephens. Bananeros in Central America: true stories of the tropics. S.N., 1989. Pp. 105.