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Jose Maria Campo Serrano

Jose Maria Campo Serrano was a Colombian lawyer, general, and statesman, who became President of Colombia after the resignation of the President and the dismissal of the Vice President. He sanctioned the Constitution of 1886 that created the Republic of Colombia proceeding the United States of Colombia. A Samarian Costeno, he became president of the Sovereign State of Magdalena, and Antioquia, Governor of Panama, and held various Ministries during his career as a politician.

Jose Maria Campo was born on September 8, 1832 in Santa Marta, Magdalena during what was then the Republic of the New Granada. He was the first child of Andres del Campo and Maria Josefa Serrano.

During the Colombian Civil war of 1885 Jose Maria Campo served as Civil and Military Chief of the Sovereign State of Antioquia between March 14, and September 21 of 1885.

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