Open Cabildo

Some articles on open cabildo, cabildo:

Regiment Of Patricians - The May Revolution and The Patricians
... Patricians Corps, would be successful during the days leading up to the May 25, 1810 open cabildo of Buenos Aires, which resulted to the Viceroy's forced resignation and the birth of the Primera Junta ... He and Juan Jose Castelli suggested having an open cabildo for this purpose, as against Martin Rodriguez's plan of revolutionary action against the ... Julian de Levya, a procurator, to ask for their support for the holding of an open cabildo session, and tell them to go to the Viceroy to approve the plan Monday, May 21 A riot led ...
May Revolution - May Week - Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19
... composed of Juan José Castelli and Martín Rodríguez to request that Cisneros convene an open cabildo to decide the future of the Viceroyalty ... They asked the Viceroy to allow an open cabildo, and said that if it was not freely granted the people and the criollo troops would march to the Plaza, force the Viceroy to resign by any means ... the following Monday as the deadline to confirm the open cabildo before taking direct action ...
Cornelio Saavedra - Biography - The May Revolution
... request of Juan José Castelli to celebrate an open cabildo, an extraordinary meeting of the noteworthy peoples of the city, and discuss the situation ... and Domingo French, occupied the Plaza to demand the making of the open cabildo, doubting that Cisneros would actually allow it ... The open cabildo was held on May 22 ...
May Revolution - May Week - Thursday, May 24
... The Cabildo interpreted the decision of the open cabildo in its own way ... There are many interpretations of his motives for departing from the decision of the open cabildo in this way ... Aires that Cisneros could not act without the support of the other members of the Junta that the Cabildo could dismiss anyone who neglected his duty that the Cabildo's consent would be required to create new ...

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