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Nicaragua

Repuelica de Nicaragua
  • M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The new Constitution of the Republic of Nicaragua came into operation on March 22, 1939. It vests the legislative power in a Congress of two houses consisting of 45 deputies, elected for 6 years, and 15 Senators (plus ex-Presidents of the Republic, who are appointed for life) selected for 6 years, all by popular vote. The President is elected for 6 years. The Constitution grants citizenship to women over 18 years of age who can read and write but leaves the granting of the franchise to the decision of the legislature.

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Nicaragua

1. Official Publications

  1. Annuario Estadistico, 1938. (Dirección General de Estadistica.) Managua, 1939.Google Scholar
  2. Department of Overseas L’rarte Keports. Annual Serieis. London.Google Scholar
  3. Nicaragua, liulletins of the Bureau of the American Republics. Washington.Google Scholar
  4. Boletin de Estadistica de la Republica de Nicaragua. Managua. Annual.Google Scholar
  5. Cumberland (W. W.), Nicaragua; An Economic and Financial Survey. Report to U.S. State Department. Washington, 1928.Google Scholar
  6. Report of the Collector-Central of Customs and High Commission. Managua. Annual.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Corporation of Foreign Bondholders. London, Annual.Google Scholar
  2. Bell (C. N.), Tangweera: Life and Adventures among the Gentle Indiana. (Mosquite Coast.) London, 1899.Google Scholar
  3. Colquhoun (A. R.), The Key of the Pacific. London, 1895.Google Scholar
  4. Gámez (José D.), Hìstoria de Nicaragua. Managua, 1889.Google Scholar
  5. Levy (P.), Notas geográticas y económicas sobre la republica de Nicaragua. Paris, 1873.Google Scholar
  6. Nogales (R. de), The Looting of Nicaragua. (A vigorous Latin-American attack, by a Venezuelan general, on American intervention.) New York, 1928.Google Scholar
  7. Niederlein (G.), The State of Nicaragua. Philadelphia, 1898.Google Scholar
  8. Portas (S. J. Bernardo), Compendio de la historia de Nicaragua. Managua, 1918.Google Scholar
  9. Stimson (H. L.). American Policy in Nicaragua. New York, 1927.Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1942

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  • M. Epstein

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