Antonio Dominguez Richa

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Antonio Dominguez Richa
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Born(1932-05-16)May 16, 1932
DiedApril 15, 2020(2020-04-15) (aged 87)
NationalityPanamanian
CitizenshipPanama
Alma materNotre Dame
Occupation
  • Politician
  • Diplomat
Political partyPanameñista Party
Board member of
  • Board member of the National Bank of Panama
  • Board member of Interoceanic Region Authority (ARI)
Spouse(s)Carmen Alvarez
Children
  • Antonio Dominguez
  • Jose Antonio Dominguez
  • Maricarmen Dominguez
  • Maribel Dominguez
  • Alberto Dominguez
  • Alvaro Dominguez

Antonio Dominguez Richa was a Panamanian politician and diplomat. He was the a district councilor (position no longer exists), director of immigration of Panama, a vice deputy to the Central America Parliament, and a founding member of the Panameñista party. He was also the owner of a business that went by the name of Villa de Caracas. [1] He was married to Carmen "Carmensita" Alvarez and had six children, including Antonio Dominguez and Jose Antonio Dominguez. [2]

Politics

Antonio Dominguez was inspired by Arnulfo Arias which lead him to join the Panameñista Party. [1] He later gave his support to both Panameñista presidential candidates, Guillermo Endara and Mireya Moscoso in the national elections. During Endara's presidency (1989), Dominguez was appointed as the head of the immigration department. During Moscoso's presidency (1999), he was appointed as chief of staff to the president. He was also a board member of the National Bank of Panama and the Interoceanic Region Authority. [3] His son, Jose Antonio Dominguez, has continued in his political footsteps as minister of public affairs, deputy in the national assembly of Panama, and ambassador to Taiwan. [4]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Panamá, GESE-La Estrella de. "Fallece el veterano político panameñista Antonio 'Tony' Domínguez". La Estrella de Panamá (in español). Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  2. Castrellón, Teiga (2020-04-15). "Fallece el exdirector de Migración Antonio "Tony" Domínguez". Telemetro (in español). Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  3. "Fallece destacado líder del Panameñismo Antonio "Tony" Domínguez". Metrolibre (in español). Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  4. "Fallece Antonio 'Tony' Domínguez, miembro fundador del partido Panameñista". TVN (in español). 2020-04-15. Retrieved 2021-01-22.

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