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Pastor Obligado was an Argentine lawyer and lawmaker who served as
Governor of the secessionist State of Buenos Aires from 1853 to
1858. Obligado was born in Buenos Aires to Juana Mar a Tejedor and
Manuel Obligado. The elder Obligado had enrolled at the bar at the
Royal Audiencia of Charcas, was among the signatories of the Open
Cabildo of May 22, 1810, that ushered the May Revolution, and
served as Economy Minister for the subsequent Directorate. The
younger Obligado married the former Fortunata G mez in 1839, and
they had four children. He earned a law degree at the University of
Buenos Aires in 1845, and despite having publicly supported
Governor Juan Manuel de Rosas, Obligado was appointed provincial
circuit judge the day after Rosas' 1852 overthrow
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