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constitution and by-laws of the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba with an historical sketch. by Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba.

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Published by Press of Carson-Harper Co. in Denver, Colo .
Written in English

Book details:

LC ClassificationsE714.3 .S673 1904
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6704726M
LC Control Number27017268

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The Guáimaro Constitution was the governing document written by the idealistic and politically liberal faction in the insurgency that contested Spanish colonial rule in Cuba and imposed on Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, the conservative who claimed leadership of the independence was nominally in effect from to during the Ten Years' War against Spain. The constitution and by-laws of the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba, By Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba. [from old catalog] Abstract. 22 p Publisher: Washington, D.C., Press of Gibson brothers, inc., Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU The constitution and by-laws of the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba: with an historical sketch: organized in the Governor's Palace, Santiago de Cuba, J Cuba officially adopted the civil and political rights enumerated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in One of the key principles in the declaration was the insistence on Freedom of expression and Cuban constitution says that free speech is allowed "in keeping with the objectives of socialist society" and that artistic creation is allowed "as long as its content is.

THE new Constitution of the Republic of Cuba, discussed and analyzed by deputies, and enriched by the proposals of the population, was approved by roll-call vote of the National Assembly of People’s Power (ANPP) on Decem during the closing session of the Second Ordinary Session of its Ninth Legislature, attended by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, First Secretary of the Party Central. Cuba Page 6 Article 4 The defense of our socialist homeland is the greatest honor and the supreme duty of every Cuban. • Duty to serve in the military Treason is the most serious of crimes, whoever should commit treason will be subject to the most severe sanctions. The socialist system that this Constitution supports is irrevocable.   Since , the government of the Caribbean island of Cuba, 90 miles away from the United States of America, has defied its powerful neighbor. The story of the improbable survival of the Cuban Revolutionary Government in its struggle against the most powerful country in the world has kept international attention on Cuba for more than half a century; but it has also overshadowed the . The Battle of Santiago de Cuba was a naval battle that occurred on July 3, , in which the United States Navy decisively defeated Spanish forces, sealing American victory in the Spanish–American War and achieving nominal independence for Cuba from Spanish rule. The battle was not much of a contest. The outgunned Spanish steamed directly into a waiting superior force and were completely.

Cuban Revolution - Cuban Revolution - The rise of Castro and the outbreak of revolution: Castro was educated in Santiago de Cuba and Havana, and, while he was still a student, he participated in revolutionary activities throughout Latin America. He received his law degree from the University of Havana in , and, after graduating, he began practicing law. Printed material, Constitution and By-Laws of the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba: Box: Folder: Printed material, Convention between the United States and Other American Republics: Inter-American Conciliation: Box: Folder. January Throughout the island, Batista's henchmen and former police are executed in firing squads after being prosecuted in military tribunals. January In Santiago de Cuba, 75 men are executed. The group allegedly represents former police guards known for cruelty and violence and members of former Senator Rolando Masferrer's private army. guide to cuban law and legal research julienne e. grant,marisol florÉn-romero,sergio d. stone,steven alexandre da costa,lyonette louis-jacques,cate kellett, jonathan pratter,teresa m. miguel-stearns,eduardo colÓn-semidey,jootaek lee,irene kraft and yasmin morais1 contents introduction julienne e. grant legal system and government structure steven alexandre da costa and julienne e. grant.