Max Delvalle, also known as Manuel Solís Palma Delvalle, was a Panamanian politician who served as the President of Panama from 1985 to 1988. He was a member of the Arnulfista Party (also known as the Arnulfista Democratic Party or the Panameñista Party), which was founded by former Panamanian President Arnulfo Arias Madrid.
The Arnulfista Party can generally be described as a conservative political party in Panama. It has historically advocated for conservative economic policies, including free-market principles, limited government intervention, and private sector growth. The party has also emphasized social conservatism, particularly with regards to issues such as family values, traditional morality, and national identity.
While Max Delvalle was a member of the Arnulfista Party, his specific political views and actions during his presidency may have been influenced by his personal beliefs and the political dynamics of the time. However, given his affiliation with the Arnulfista Party, it is reasonable to assume that he aligned with the general conservative ideology of the party during his tenure as President of Panama.