José Tiburcio López Constante (< 1790, Mérida, Yucatán - 25 September 1858, New Orleans, Louisiana) was governor of Yucatán, Mexico. Yucatan's first constitution was promulgated in 1825. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna was removed as military commander of the area and immediately resigned as governor of Yucatan. At that point, Lopez Constant was appointed by the Congress as the new governor. He took office on April 25, 1825 and the following May 3 issued the call for the first elections were to be held in Yucatan under the new constitution. After performing these on August 21 of that year, the legislature declared Yucatan José Tiburcio Lopez constant as governor for the next four years and Peter de Souza as vice-governor. During this first period constant Lopez lead the government knew relativ

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  • José Tiburcio López Constante ( ? - 1858), fue un político mexicano nacido en Mérida, Yucatán y fallecido en Nueva Orleans, Luisiana. Gobernador de Yucatán en cuatro periodos desde 1825 hasta 1845. Fue el introductor de la imprenta en Yucatán en 1813, una vez que la corona española levantó la prohibición de imprimir documentos en las colonias, ya en la época en que estaban estallando las revoluciones de independencia. Integró la comisión encargada de redactar la primera constitución del estado libre y soberano de Yucatán, que se presentó al Congreso Constituyente el 15 de noviembre de 1824. (es)
  • José Tiburcio López Constante (< 1790, Mérida, Yucatán - 25 September 1858, New Orleans, Louisiana) was governor of Yucatán, Mexico. Yucatan's first constitution was promulgated in 1825. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna was removed as military commander of the area and immediately resigned as governor of Yucatan. At that point, Lopez Constant was appointed by the Congress as the new governor. He took office on April 25, 1825 and the following May 3 issued the call for the first elections were to be held in Yucatan under the new constitution. After performing these on August 21 of that year, the legislature declared Yucatan José Tiburcio Lopez constant as governor for the next four years and Peter de Souza as vice-governor. During this first period constant Lopez lead the government knew relatively peaceful despite the concern that exists in the national context for the struggle between federalists and centralists. Fostered productive activities in the state, particularly those relating to the henequen industry then began to develop. A decade later, in 1844, Lopez was again constant Yucatan governor to be appointed by Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, then president of Mexico, based on the provisions of the Organic Bases, 1843 governing the centralist Mexico then. The designation is given, however, in the context of emergency in which recognized the right to Yucatán to govern independently and free trade also occurring him, what had been a repeated approach the Yucatan since joining the republic . (en)
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  • 1858-9-25
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  • José Tiburcio López Constante ( ? - 1858), fue un político mexicano nacido en Mérida, Yucatán y fallecido en Nueva Orleans, Luisiana. Gobernador de Yucatán en cuatro periodos desde 1825 hasta 1845. Fue el introductor de la imprenta en Yucatán en 1813, una vez que la corona española levantó la prohibición de imprimir documentos en las colonias, ya en la época en que estaban estallando las revoluciones de independencia. Integró la comisión encargada de redactar la primera constitución del estado libre y soberano de Yucatán, que se presentó al Congreso Constituyente el 15 de noviembre de 1824. (es)
  • José Tiburcio López Constante (< 1790, Mérida, Yucatán - 25 September 1858, New Orleans, Louisiana) was governor of Yucatán, Mexico. Yucatan's first constitution was promulgated in 1825. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna was removed as military commander of the area and immediately resigned as governor of Yucatan. At that point, Lopez Constant was appointed by the Congress as the new governor. He took office on April 25, 1825 and the following May 3 issued the call for the first elections were to be held in Yucatan under the new constitution. After performing these on August 21 of that year, the legislature declared Yucatan José Tiburcio Lopez constant as governor for the next four years and Peter de Souza as vice-governor. During this first period constant Lopez lead the government knew relativ (en)
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