What are United Mexican States?

  • (noun): A Republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810.
    Synonyms: Mexico

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Zoran Jolevski - Professional Career - Ambassador To The United States of America, United Mexican States, Organization of American States,
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Constitutions Of Mexico
... Name In force Form of state Legislature Repeal Observations Constitution of Apatzingan Proposed 1814 never came into effect War of Independence Congress of Anahuac Death of Jose ... Federal Constitution of the United Mexican States of 1824 1824–1835, 1847–1857 Federal Republic Constituent Congress On December 29, 1835 This is considered the first ... power to Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Organic Bases of the Mexican Republic 1843–1847 Central Republic Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna On August 22, 1846 The organic ...

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