Constitution of Argentina 1853. by Organization of American States. General Secretariat.

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) 1 The following text is from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the contents of which, when accompanied by an attributive and non-commercial disclaimer, is generously made available for use. Argentina, ConstitutionsSince its approval, and despite significant revisions, Argentina's Constitution of has continued to define the workings of the nation's legal system.

Up until that time, attempts to legally organize Argentina had failed, mainly because of tensions between the interests of Buenos Aires (which controlled the country's main port) and those of the interior provinces.

Argentina - Argentina - National consolidation, – General Urquiza called a constitutional convention that met in Santa Fe in Buenos Aires refused to participate, but the convention adopted a constitution for the whole country that went into effect on Buenos Aires recoiled from the new confederation, the first elected president of which was Urquiza and the first.

Argentina (reinst. rev. ) This Constitution guarantees full enjoyment of political rights, in accordance with the principle of popular sovereignty and with the laws dictated pursuant thereto.

Suffrage is universal, equal, secret and mandatory. In this book, Jill Hedges analyses the modern history of Argentina from the adoption of the constitution until the present day, exploring political, economic and social aspects of Argentina's recent past in a study which will be invaluable for anyone interested in South American history and politics.

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Reviewed in the United States on January 8, Reviews: K. The first Constitution of Argentina abolished slavery in This, however, did not apply to Buenos Aires, as it was not a part of the Confederation.

Once Buenos Aires joined the Confederation inslavery was completely abolished in Argentina. After the overthrow of Rosas inAlberdi wrote his major book, Bases y puntos de partida para la organización política de la República Argentina (“Bases and Starting Points for the Political Organization of the Argentine Republic”), which was the decisive influence on the Argentine constitution of () National constitution changed to allow re-election of presidents () Nuclear non-proliferation treaty acceded () Radical Fernando de la Rua elected first mayor of Buenos Aires () US President Bill Clinton designated Argentina a major non-NATO ally ; s () IMF granted Argentina aid package of 40 billion dollars.

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The Constitution of remained at least nominally in force under a number of military regimes that seized power over the. - 9 July: Argentina officially declared their independence from Spain - Argentina became a republic after adopting a constitution - Buenos Aires refused to become part of the country of Argentina and set up their own independent state but the plan was defeated by General Bartolome Mitre - Juan Peron rises to power.

Constitution of the Argentine Nationas amended to the full benefit and exercise of the rights recognized by this Constitution and by the international treaties on human rights in force, particularly referring to children, women, the aged, and disabled persons.

La Nación Argentina no admite prerrogativas de sangre, ni de. July: Argentina officially declared their independence from Spain.

Argentina became a republic after adopting a constitution. Buenos Aires refused to become part of the country of Argentina and set up their own independent state but the plan was defeated by General Bartolome Mitre.

Juan Peron rises to power. Reading Room of the Social History Collection (ZHS) ul. Ludna 4A, Warszawa. tel. +48 22 25 fax +48 22 10 12 opening hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday BUENOS AIRES, May The liberal Argentine Constitution ofwhich was supplanted in by the Charter of Gen.

Juan D. Per n, again became the law of this land today. Argentina negotiated debt payments with holdout bond creditors, continued working with the IMF to shore up its finances, and returned to international capital markets in April InArgentina’s economy emerged from recession with GDP growth of nearly %.

The government passed important pension, tax, and fiscal reforms. ARGENTINA VOIDS PERON BASIC LAW; Assembly Votes Constitution of Is Law of Land Delegates Bolt Forecast Is Gloomy. By Edward A. Morrow Special To the New York Times. Argentine Constitution of based their finished product.

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InArgentina fully abolished slavery with the Constitution of In Colombia, the Law of wombs was first passed by the government of Antioquia inbut it .Crime and the Administration of Justice in Buenos Aires, –, analyzes the emergence of the criminal justice system in modern Argentina, focusing on the city of Buenos Aires as a case study.

It concentrates on the formative period of the postcolonial penal system, from the installation of the second Audiencia (the superior justice tribunal in the viceroyalty of Río de la Plata) in. Inafter 37 long years of disorder, the country adopted its first constitution.

The relative peace that ensued allowed Buenos Aires to grow .

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