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Plan of Cuernavaca

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Plan de Cuernavaca-Historia

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Plan de Cuernavaca-Historia

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Plan de Ayala, Cuernavaca, Morelos.

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Rutero mata a mujer en Av Plan de Ayala en Cuernavaca Morelos

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The Plan of Cuernavaca was a declaration made in Cuernavaca, Mexico on 25 May 1834 in opposition to reform measures by the liberal administration of Vice President Valentín Gómez Farías. Presumably the declaration was orchestrated by President Antonio López de Santa Anna in agreement with the high clergy. After the triumph of the Plan of Cuernavaca, all laws enacted by the progressives during ten months in office were repealed, the Pontifical and National University of Mexico was reopened, Congress was dissolved and the officials who implemented the reform measures were dismissed. Santa Anna's first dictatorship began. A year later, the conservative faction of the Congress approved the basis for the new constitution that gave rise to the centralist regime in Mexico.
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    • Background 

    • Resistance by clergy, supported by Santa Anna 

    • Proclamation of the plan of Cuernavaca 

    • Reactions and consequences