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Constitutional Documents of Colombia and Panama 1793–1853 / Documentos Constitucionales de Colombia y Panamá 1793–1853 / Verfassungsdokumente Kolumbiens und Panamas 1793–1853

Constitutional Documents of Colombia and Panama 1793–1853 / Documentos Constitucionales de Colombia y Panamá 1793–1853 / Verfassungsdokumente Kolumbiens und Panamas 1793–1853
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Between 1793 and 1853 Columbia underwent a transition from being the Spanish viceroyalty New Granada to the Gran Columbia of liberator president Simón Bolívar, and on to become one of the most liberal republics in the contemporary world. The Constitutional Documents of Colombia and Panama 1793–1853 presents the first declaration of human rights in Spanish from the year 1793, along with the first constitutional charter of Ibero-America (that of the Free State of Socorro from 1810), as well as the previously little-known early constitutions of the Antioquia Republic from 1811.
De Gruyter; December 2009
722 pages; ISBN 9783598441509
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