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1824 Constitution of Mexico
The first constitution enacted in Mexico was on October 4, 1824. After Emperor Augustine fell in 1923, Mexicans were divided between a strong central government and a union of strong states (federalism). Federalist won electing a constitutional Congress that reflected their ideas. The Constitution was abolished twice, first in 1836 and again in 1844 but was reinstated a number of times. In 1857, Mexico a new Constitution was enacted.
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"1824 - Constitution Federal De Los Estados Unidos Mexicanos" (2019). Mexican Government Documents. 3.