When Mexico became independent?
- When Mexico became independent?
- How did Mexico become independent?
- Which countries are part of the American continent?
- What are the American countries?
- Who are the ancestors of the Mexicans?
- What is the area of Mexico?
- What are Mexico’s challenges?
- What is the economy of Mexico?
- What is the Constitution of Mexico?
SeptemMexico / Founded
26 O’Donojú then 27 Iturbide decree the independence of the Mexico. O’Donojú and 33 other personalities are part of the provisional government headed by Iturbide. On September 28, 1821, a provisional junta declared the government Mexican constituted on the basis of the Plan of Iguala and the Treaty of Córdoba.
List of country in alphabetical order :
- Antigua and Barbuda.
The states american
- Alabama. Alaska. Arizona. Arkansas. California. North Carolina. Caroline from the south. Colorado. Connecticut. North Dakota. …
- Iowa. Indiana. Kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maine. Maryland. Massachusetts. Michigan. Minnesota. …
- New York. New Mexico. Ohio. Oklahoma. Oregon. Pennsylvania. Rhode Island. Tennessee. Texas. Utah.
Iberian ancestry varies by region in the north of the country, according to genetic studies the people descend mainly from Galician Basques and Asturians. Something similar to the west where the Galicians take the place of the Basques.
The total area of the country is km2 including 5,127 km2 of islands; the Mexican islands are located in the Pacific Ocean (the largest of which is Cedros Island), the Gulf of California (the largest of which are Tiburón and Ángel de la Guarda Islands), the Caribbean Sea (the largest of which is large is Cozumel) and the Gulf of Mexico.
There are still major challenges that Mexico must overcome: the unequal distribution of wealth among the population (Gini coefficient 53,); the inequalities of development between the rich and modern northern and central states and the less developed southern states;
Mexico’s economy is the fourteenth largest on the planet: the country is the world’s largest producer of silver, the world’s seventh oil producer, the fourth gas producer, the tenth gold producer and is ranked among the largest world food producers (coffee, sugar, corn, etc.).
Constitutionally Mexico is composed of 32 federative entities all having their own constitution, of which 31 are States; the former Distrito Federal (federal district), now “Ciudad de México”, is the 32nd federal entity in the country, without having the status of a state or that of a city.