Forum reflections on Latin American Independence processes

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In History
  • 2,019 BCE

    Latin American and Caribbean Competition Forum

    Each year, the Latin American and Caribbean Competition Forum (FLACC) brings together senior competition officials to promote dialogue, consensus-building and networking among policy-makers and law enforcement officials in the region. The 2019 Forum was held in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on September 24 and 25, 2019, and for which the Commission for the Defense and Promotion of Competition (CDPC) was the host authority.
  • 1,830 BCE

    THE PROPOSAL OF BOLIVAR

    THE PROPOSAL OF BOLIVAR
    THE PROPOSAL OF BOLIVAR
    El Liberator Simón Bolívar y Palacios (1783-1830) shared these aspirations and, since he went to London, in 1810, as the ambassador of the Junta de Caracas, he spoke of a confederation of America, as the British press picked up. In 1814, before the soldiers of the patriot army that arrived in Pamplona after its withdrawal from Venezuelan territory, it proclaimed: "For us, the homeland is America". This is repeated in documents of 1815
  • 1,826 BCE

    THE CONGRESS OF PANAMA

    THE CONGRESS OF PANAMA
    THE CONGRESS OF PANAMA The Amphictyonic Congress
    of Panama brought together the Hispano-American republics, with the assistance of observers from other nations. It was summoned by Simon Bolivar, from Lima, on December 7, 1824. It was held in the city of Panama, from June 22 to July 15, 1826. Bolivar had already raised the idea of the congress a decade earlier, in the Charter from Jamaica.
  • 1,819 BCE

    THE GRAN COLOMBIA UNIT

     THE GRAN COLOMBIA UNIT
    THE GRAN COLOMBIA UNIT
    The idea of Gran Colombia was originally
    Francisco de Miranda, but Bolívar was the one
    who executed it. The Congress of Cúcuta
    (installed in 3008-1821) founded the Republic
    of Colombia with the departments of
    Venezuela, Cundinamarca (now Colombia),
    and Quito (now Ecuador). Our country was not
    represented in Congress, because it had fallen
    again under Spanish rule, after the
    revolutionary attempts between 1809 and
    1812.
  • 1,819 BCE

    DISSOLUTION OF GRAN COLOMBIA

    DISSOLUTION OF GRAN COLOMBIA
    DISSOLUTION OF GRAN COLOMBIA
    The delegations from Central America, Gran Colombia, Mexico, and Peru (representing eleven nations today) attended. Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia did not attend; neither Brazil. Delegates from the kingdoms of Great Britain and Holland asked to participate as observers (the Liberator Bolivar did not attend, as it was a meeting of plenipotentiaries and not of heads of state). There were ten formal sessions and many informal ones.
  • 1,810 BCE

    THE IDEA OF UNITY

    THE IDEA OF UNITY
    The Venezuelan Francisco de Miranda (1750-
    1816) conceived the idea of a single secret
    insurgent organization for all Hispano-America:
    the Lautaro Lodge, which he founded in London
    and managed to have branches in several
    capitals. Besides, he raised the future constitution
    of a single multinational State, which he called the
    Incant. In the cries of Dolores, in Mexico, and
    the Juntas de Santiago and Caracas, the
    necessity of the Hispano-American confederation
    was proclaimed.
  • 1,798 BCE

    THE IDEA OF UNITY

    THE IDEA OF UNITY
    The Peruvian Juan Pablo Vizcardo y Guzmán
    (1748-1798) analyzed the unfavorable situation of
    South America in the world market, which said that
    it would only change for independence and union.
  • 1,748 BCE

    THE IDEA OF UNITY

    THE IDEA OF UNITY Spanish-American unity was an aspiration
    since the crisis of the Spanish Empire in America began. Virtually all the forerunners of Independence mentioned it in their talks and
    captured it in their writings. Eugenio Espejo, the forerunner of Quito, formulated an insurrectionary plan for the continent and, in
    several of his works, proposed economic integration.
  • DISSOLUTION OF GRAN COLOMBIA

    The rejection of the slave trade, which was described as a crime against humanity. The treaty of union, league, and perpetual confederation was signed, and another for the formation of a joint naval and terrestrial army, when anyone was attacked. They were the foundations of a future international organization of States. It was also agreed to continue the congress in 1827
  • This report represents a contribution

    This report represents a contribution to the efforts of the governments of the region and of the multiple actors to implement, monitor and evaluate policies and strategies for the 2030 Agenda and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. We are aware that no single document can address the complexity and variety of challenges that this implies. Consequently, this report is limited to three areas