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The Constitution of Apatzingan (formally: Constitutional Decree for the Liberty of Mexican America), was promulgated on October 22, 1814, by the Congress of Anahuac gathered in the city of Apatzingan because of the persecution of the troops of Felix Maria Calleja. The Constitution was valid for insurgent forces in the territories where it gained control during the Mexican War of Independence.


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The Constitution of Apatzingan (formally: Constitutional Decree for the Liberty of Mexican America), was promulgated on October 22, 1814, by the Congress of Anahuac gathered in the city of Apatzingan because of the persecution of the troops of Felix Maria Calleja. The Constitution was valid for insurgent forces in the territories where it gained control during the Mexican War of Independence.


Constitution of Apatzingán sections
Intro   Background    Content   See also  References  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Background
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