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Francisco Diez Canseco

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Francisco Diez Canseco

Francisco Diez Canseco.

Francisco Diez Canseco (21 March 1821 in Arequipa, Peru – 5 October 1884 in Lima, Peru) was President of Peru for a brief period during 1872. He was the brother of General Pedro Diez Canseco.

While president of the Peruvian Congress, Diez Canseco had to briefly

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