Ramón Freire

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Ramón Freire Serrano (1787—1851)

Ramón Freire Serrano (November 29, 1787 – December 9, 1851) was a Chilean political figure. He was head of state on several occasions, and enjoyed a numerous following until the War of the Confederation. Ramón Freire was one of the principal leaders of the liberal Pipiolo movement. He has been praised by historian Gabriel Salazaras the most democratic leader of the early republican period in Chile.