Panama's presidential history has been quite volatile, to say the least. In the 1950s, no fewer than six men held the post. In the 1980s, that number ballooned to eight.
Of course, those latter ones were presidents in name only, with the true ruler of the country being druglord Manuel Noriega. In fact, those appointed during his regime were nicknamed "Kleenex" presidents, so easily did Noriega dispose of them.
One of those "Kleenex" presidents was Eric Arturo Delvalle, Jew, who "served" his country from 1985 to 1988 (a whole two and a half years!). In fact, one might say that Delvalle comes off better than his tissue counterparts, as he tried to show some cajones and overthrow Noriega. It didn't exactly work, however, and Delvalle was the one deposed and sent into exile.
Delvalle's uncle, Max Delvalle, was actually the President of Panama as well, for a grand total of seven days in 1967. During that period, the country actually had two presidents at the same time. Talk about volatile...