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The Constitution was approved the 1 of May of 1853 in the City of Santa Fe, the 25 of May is promulgated and the 9 of July are sworn by the provinces, during the government of Right Jose de Urquiza who would only defeat to Roses in Batalla de Caseros prevailing for the thirteen remaining provinces. Vine shoot criticism the Constitution of 1853 because it says that it is a bad copy of the Constitution of the United States. Alberdi says and marks the difference between the Constitution of the United States and Argentina, names the Introduction, that it establishes that those that they sanction they are the representatives of the town and in the final part it says " for us and ours posteridad" and the Argentina constitution says. " For us, our posterity and for all the town that wants to inhabit the ground argentino". In the constitution of the United States the codes basic are common for all the provinces. In 1859 and after the battle of Pavn, Buenos Aires and the Confederation would be reunified and to this end the Reformation of 1860 was realised. 8 of November of 1852 a General Congress Constituyente forms, integrated 12 provinces and were 24 representatives, lacked the representatives of San Juan, who arrived later and from Buenos Aires that did not appear. Right Jose de Urquiza decides that the 20 of November begin the sessions with the absence of Buenos Aires.

A Commission is created Editor of the Constitution and it meets in April of 1853, which established to consecrate the Representative form, Republican and Federal. First Part: declarations, rights and guarantees (they were necessary to put into operation the representative and federal form), the components thought that the foreigners were going to give technological elements. They give the freedom of brings back to consciousness and cult, basic for the human dignity, and a way to attract the foreigners, equality before the Law, the suppression of the slavery, the had legal process, the deprived immunity of address, property, correspondence and papers, suppression of death by political causes, free navigation of the rivers, the prohibition to the town to govern directly (Art.


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