LATIN AMERICA NATIONAL STATES - Coggle Diagram
LATIN AMERICA NATIONAL STATES
SKILL: Expose the main characteristics of the National States after independence and its influence in the construction of the identity of the countries in the present.
THE BEGINNING OF THE INDEPENDENT LIFE OF MEXICO
After the short empire of Iturbide, in 1824 the Constitution was promulgated that created the Federal Republic of the United Mexican States.
Juarez and the liberal reform
The laws of reform, issued by the liberal regime, impelled the free market economy, established the separation of the Church and the state
Benito Juárez was a wise and appreciated president famous for his doctrine that "respect for other people's Rights is peace
The withdrawal of the French army precipitated the surrender of the Conservatives and the execution of the emperor in Santiago de Querétaro (1867).
Here he tells me that after the short empire of Iturbide, in 1824 the Constitution that created the Federal Republic of the United Mexican States was promulgated.
ARGENTINA, BETWEEN FEDERALIST AND CENTRALISTS
Strong struggles between federalists and centralists marked the beginning of independent life in Argentina and continued during the nineteenth century.
In 1852, a constitution was presented that integrated into one country to all the regions of the old Viceroyalty of La Plata, which provoked another civil war.
Meanwhile, a war of extermination had been held against the Indians of the Pampas and South
Here he tells me that strong struggles between federalists and centralists
BRAZIL: FROM THE EMPIRE TO THE REPUBLIC
After interim governments exercised by regents, his son Pedro II has crowned emperor at fourteen years of age. He governed for 58 years (1831-1889), which gave great stability to Brazil and allowed it to extend its borders inward
Here he tells me that after interim governments exercised by regents, his son Pedro II has been crowned emperor at the age of fourteen.
THE ANDEAN COUNTRIES
The first years of the independent life of the Andean Republics were of mass poverty, political dispersion, and civil wars.
Already in 1826, a rebellion led by the general José Antonio Páez showed the disagreement of the Venezuelans with the intrigues of Santander.
The first years of Republican life were spent in struggles between the military to reach power. From 1836 to 1839, there was the Peruvian-Bolivian confederation
The first of countless civil wars in this country began in 1839, against liberal president Marquez, and would last four years
The territory of Upper Peru was constituted in an independent state with the name of Bolivia, in homage to the Liberator, who was appointed "Father of the Republic and Supreme Head of the State" (1825).
Here he tells me that the first years of the independent life of the Andean Republics were of massive poverty