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Ancízar López López

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Preceded by  Humberto Pelaez
Name  Ancizar Lopez
Nationality  Colombian
Party  Colombian Liberal Party
Constituency  Caldas
Spouse  Cornelia Botero Mejia
Preceded by  Office created
Role  Colombian Politician

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President  Guillermo Leon Valencia Munoz
Born  May 25, 1926 Montenegro, Quindio, Colombia (1926-05-25)
Died  Unknown Colombian Jungle

Succeeded by  Luis Guillermo Giraldo

Ancízar López López was a Colombian politician, born in Quindio. He was a congressman, and as senator he developed the project for the creation of the Quindio Department, becoming its first governor when created.

According to police reports, on April 11, 2002, he was kidnapped by the National Liberation Army (ELN). For several months there was no news about his condition, but it was learned that he eventually died in an unknown location, probably due to complications of an unattended kidney failure. His body was finally turned over to the Red Cross.

The national government declared two days of grief. An avenue and a cenotaph were built in the city of Armenia in his honor.


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