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  1. 13/05/2022 · Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.- Agentes de la Policía Investigadora de la Fiscalía General de Justicia del Estado de Tamaulipas cumplimentaron una orden de aprehensión en contra de Adolfo “S” por Delitos Electorales, en sus modalidades de Coacción al voto y Apoyo a un candidato en horario laboral. El mandato judicial cumplimentado este día, fue concedido por […]

    • Early Years, 1880–1911
    • Military Career, 1911–1915
    • Early Political Career, 1915–1920
    • President of Mexico, 1920–1924
    • Later Years, 1924–1928
    • Honors
    • Legacy and Posthumous Recognition
    • in Popular Culture
    • See Also
    • References

    Obregón was born in Siquisiva, Sonora, Municipality of Navojoa, the eighteenth offspring of Francisco Obregón (O'Brien) of Spanish ancestry and Cenobia Salido. Francisco Obregón had once owned a substantial estate, but his business partner supported Emperor Maximilian during the French intervention in Mexico (1862–1867), and the family's estate was...

    Early military career, 1911–1913

    Obregón expressed little interest in the Anti-reelectionist movement launched by Francisco I. Madero in 1908–1909 in opposition to President Porfirio Díaz. When Madero called for an uprising against Díaz following the fraudulent 1910 elections, in November 1910 by issuing his Plan of San Luis Potosí, Obregón did not join the struggle against the Díaz regime.As a widowed parent of two small children and running a prosperous farm, Madero's call to arms was not urgent for him. In his memoir, he...

    Fight against the Huerta regime, 1913–1914

    The Sonoran government was in contact with the government of Coahuila, which had also refused to recognize the Huerta regime and entered a state of rebellion. A Sonoran delegation headed by Adolfo de la Huerta traveled to Monclova to meet with the Governor of Coahuila, Venustiano Carranza. The Sonoran government signed on to Carranza's Plan of Guadalupe, by which Carranza became "primer jefe" of the newly proclaimed Constitutional Army. On 30 September 1913, Carranza appointed Obregón command...

    Relations with Villa, June-September 1914

    Although tensions between the conservative Carranza and more radical Pancho Villa grew throughout 1914, Obregón attempted to mediate between the two to keep the revolutionary coalition intact. Villa had created a number of diplomatic incidents and Carranza was worried that would invite further U.S. intervention, whose forces already occupied Veracruz. On 8 July 1914, Villistas and Carrancistas signed the Pact of Torreón, in which they agreed that after Huerta's forces were defeated, 150 gener...

    Carranza's Minister of War, 1915–1916

    In May 1915, Carranza had proclaimed himself the head of what he termed a "Preconstitutional Regime" that would govern Mexico until a constitutional convention could be held. Obregón had petitioned Carranza as early as 1914 to assume the title of interim president, which he refused to do since it would have precluded his running for the presidency. Obregón had chosen loyalty to Carranza rather than throwing his lot in with Villa and Zapata, and Carranza appointed Obregón as Minister of War in...

    Break with Carranza, 1917–1920

    In September 1916, Carranza convoked a Constitutional Convention, to be held in Querétaro, Querétaro. He declared that the liberal 1857 Constitution of Mexico would be respected, though purged of some of its shortcomings. When the Constitutional Convention met in December 1916, it had only 85 conservatives and centrists close to Carranza's brand of liberalism, a mainly civilian group known as the bloque renovador ("renewal faction"). There were 132 progressive delegates, who insisted that lan...

    Obregón's election as president essentially signaled the end of the violence of the Mexican Revolution. The death of Lucio Blancoin 1922 and the assassination of Pancho Villa in 1923 would eliminate the last remaining obvious challenges to Obregón's regime. He pursued what seemed to be contradictory policies during his administration.

    Following the election of Calles as president, Obregón returned to Sonora to farm. He led an "agricultural revolution" in the Yaqui Valley, where he introduced modern irrigation. Obregón expanded his business interests to include a rice mill in Cajeme, a seafood packing plant, a soap factory, tomato fields, a car rental business, and a jutebag fact...

    Álvaro Obregón was awarded Japan's Order of the Chrysanthemumat a special ceremony in Mexico City. On November 26, 1924, Baron Shigetsuma Furuya, Special Ambassador from Japan to Mexico, conferred the honor on the President.

    Although Obregón was a gifted military strategist during the Revolution and decisively defeated Pancho Villa's División del Norte at the Battle of Celayaand went on to become President of Mexico, his posthumous name recognition and standing as a hero of the Revolution is nowhere near that of Villa's or Emiliano Zapata's. There is no posthumous cult...

    In the novel The Friends of Pancho Villa (1996) by James Carlos Blake, Obregón is a major character. Obregón is also featured in the novel Il collare spezzato by Italian writer Valerio Evangelisti(2006). Obregón's legacy and lost limb are the subjects of Mexican-American singer-songwriter El Vez's "The Arm of Obregón", from his 1996 album G.I. Ay! ...

    Weis, Robert (2019). For Christ and Country: Militant Catholic Youth in Post-Revolutionary Mexico. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 978-110849302

  2. 13/05/2022 · Las celebraciones oficiales por el Jubileo de Platino de Isabel II, sus 70 años en el trono, tendrán lugar entre el 2 y el 5 de junio. Sin embargo, estos días, el Castillo de Windsor está celebrando unas exhibiciones ecuestres de lo más espectaculares en homenaje a la monarca y que son la antesala de los grandes fastos con los que la conmemorará el Reino Unido.

  3. 13/05/2022 · Arthur Pigou. Economista britânico, nascido em 1877 e falecido em 1959, mestre famoso entre os economistas de Cambridge de 1920 a 1930, foi alvo de críticas muito vivas por parte de Keynes. Já é considerado um herético entre os neoclássicos porque faz intervir na sua análise a utilidade social ao lado das utilidades individuais.

  4. 11/05/2022 · Kate Middleton, duquesa de Cambridge, y Máxima de Holanda. / RR SS. La duquesa se Cambridge está representando a la reina Isabel en varios actos por Escocia, mientras que Máxima impacta con un ...

  5. 16/05/2022 · Susana Giménez en los Premios Martín Fierro 2022. Para la noche más importante de la televisión argentina, Susana eligió un vestido de la diseñadora Jenny Packham completamente bordado en ...

  6. 17/05/2022 · Fama Príncipe William. O príncipe William recebeu uma importante missão por parte da rainha Isabel II. Pela primeira vez, a monarca pediu ao neto que a representasse no âmbito de uma homenagem ...