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Argentine Republic

  • Frederick Martin
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The constitution of the Argentine Republic bears date May 15, 1853. By its provisions, the executive power is left to a president elected for six years by representatives of the fourteen provinces, 133 in number; while the legislative authority is exercised by a Senate and a House of Deputies, the former numbering 30, and the latter 54 members. A vice-president, elected in the same manner, and at the same time as the president, assists in the discharge of the executive. The president is commander-in-chief of the troops, and appoints to all civil, military, and judicial offices; but he and his ministers are responsible for their acts, and liable to impeachment before the Senate and the House of Representatives.

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning the Argentine Republic

1. Official Publications

  1. Memoria del Ministerio del interior de la Republica Arjentina presentada al Congreso nacional do 1807. 4. Buenos Aires, 1867.Google Scholar
  2. Memoria presentada por el Ministro do estado en el departamento de hacienda al Congreso nacional de 1867. 4. Buenos Aires, 1867.Google Scholar
  3. Iensage del poder ejecutivo-presentando las cuentas do inversion al Congreso nacional, 1865. 8. Buenos Aires, 1865.Google Scholar
  4. Report by Mr. Francis Clare Ford, H. M.’s Secretary of Legation, on the Finances, the Trade, and the Resources of the Argentino Republic, dated Oct. 30, 1866; in ‘Reports by II. M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ Ko. II. 1867. London, 1S67.Google Scholar
  5. Report by Mr. H. R. Helper, Consul of the United States, on tho Trade and Commerce of tho Argentine Republic; in ‘Annual Report on Foreign Commerce.’ Washington, 18G5.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Almanaque Agrícola, pastoril é industrial de la República Argentine y de Buenos Ayres. 4. Buenos Ayres, 1867.Google Scholar
  2. Arcos (Santiago), La Plata. Etude historique. 8. Paris, 1865.Google Scholar
  3. Colonias do Santa Fé. Su origen, progreso y actual situación. Con observaciones generales sobro la emigración a la República Argentina. 4. Rosario do Santa Fé, 1864.Google Scholar
  4. Hutchinson (Thomas J.), Buenos Ayres and Argentine Gleanings; with Extracts from a Diary of Salado Exploration in 1862 and 1863. 8. London 1865.Google Scholar
  5. Latham (Wilfrid), The States of the River Plate, their Industries and Commerce. 8. London, 1867.Google Scholar
  6. Mitre (Bartolomé), Estudios históricos sobro la Revolución Argentina. 4. Buenos Ayros, 1864.Google Scholar
  7. Registro estadístico de la República Arjentina, 1864. Tomo primero. Fol. Buenos Ayres, 1865.Google Scholar
  8. Sastre (Marcos), La educación popular en Buenos Aires. Memoria presentada al-consejo da instrucción pública. 8. Buenos Aires, 1865.Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1868

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