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Anfion Munoz

Anfion Munoz Munoz (1850 - c. 1920) was a Chilean political figure, who served as minister in 1904.

Anfion Munoz was born in Chillan, the son of Francisco Munoz and of Clorinda Munoz. He completed his studies at the Instituto Nacional and graduated as a lawyer from the Universidad de Chile on June 10, 1875. On April 24 of the same year, he married Isabel Lamas Benavente but they had no children. He joined the Radical Party.

The same year, Munoz was named Secretary of the Intendency of Bio Bio. He later became Intendant of Valdivia from 1881 to 1884; Intendant of Talca from 1884 to 1886; Intendant of Tarapaca from 1886 to 1887; and Intendant of Coquimbo from 1887 to 1889. President Jose Manuel Balmaceda named him General Inspector of Colonization in 1889. He was elected a Deputy for Antofagasta, Taltal and Tocopilla in 1897, and reelected in 1900 for Temuco and Imperial. Under President German Riesco, he was named Minister of Industry and Public Works from June 1 to October 30, 1904.

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