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LATIN AMERICA NATIONAL STATES
THE BEGINNING OF THE INDEPENDENT LIFE OF MEXICO
In 1824 the Constitution was promulgated that
created the Federal Republic of the United Mexican States.
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna (1794-1876), eleven times president of Mexico.
Juarez and the liberal reform
Benito Juárez was a wise and appreciated president famous for his doctrine that "respect for other people's Rights is peace" – but he had to face new civil wars with the Conservatives.
Juarez remained in power, with successive reelections, until his death on July 18, 1872.
In 1876 began the period known as Porfiriato, a dictatorship of 35 years.
The Mexican Revolution will begin in 1910.
ARGENTINA, BETWEEN FEDERALISTS AND CENTRALISTS
1829: Juan Manuel de Rosas was elected ruler, loved by his followers, feared, and hated by his opponents,.
1852: A constitution integrated in one country to all the regions of Viceroyalty of La Plata.
1880: Buenos Aires has proclaimed the capital
of the Republic.
BRAZIL: FROM THE EMPIRE TO THE REPUBLIC
The emperor of Brazil, Peter I, abdicated in 1831.
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 and develop with exports of Sugar, coffee and livestock, and early industrialization.
THE ANDEAN COUNTRIES
In 1826, a rebellion led by the general José Antonio Páez showed the disagreement of the Venezuelans with the intrigues of Santander.
In November 1829, the separation of Great Colombia.
In May 1830, the Constituent Congress was installed in Valencia.
From 1836 to 1839, there was the Peruvian-Bolivian confederation.
The first years of Republican life were spent in struggles between the military to reach power.
The struggles between warlords continued until the first constitutional government of Mariscal Ramón Castilla.
The first years of the independent life of the Andean Republics were of mass poverty, political dispersion, and civil wars.
In 1839, against liberal president
Marquez, and would last four years.
In 1849, an epidemic of cholera killed some 20000 people from the Atlantic coast.
In 1851 it was decreed the manumission of the
1886: New constitution "Regeneration".
The coffee boom started in 1850.
In 1829, the National Assembly named the president of Mariscal Andrés de Santa Cruz.