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Juan Peron

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Tammy Shumate

on 5 February 2013

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Juan Peron Argentina before change. People's rights in Argentina. In Argentina, Juan Peron made many changes. An example of a change he made was in the people's rights, or Human Rights. Peron allowed Person to imprison people indefinitely without a trial. This was not allowed at all before Juan Peron came into the office and made the possible. Before Juan Peron was the President of Argentina, it was called Argentine. He made a great impact on the country.The government of Juan Peron was one of the most progressive in Latin American history in the 20Th centenary. Here is a list of his accomplishments: Education was made free to all who qualified, and all workers (including white-collar employees like bank tellers) were guaranteed free medical care and half of their vacation-trip expenses. The Location of Argentina Argentina borders several places like the South Atlantic Ocean,Chile and Uruguay.Argentina's population is 36,955,182, according to a July 2000 estimate. In 2000, the population growth rate was 1.16 percent and the nation's birth rate was 18.59 births per 1,000 people. Its fertility rate is 2.47 children born per woman. This gives Argentina one of the lowest population growth rates in Latin America. The population is relatively young with almost half of all people under the age of 30. Juan Domingo Peron Juan Domingo Peron was born in Lobos in the province of Buenos Aries on October 8,1895. There is no evidence that his parents were married at the time of his birth.
In 1899 his father, Mario Thomas Peron, left the family to search for better economic opportunities in Patagonia Type Of Government! Argentina's type of government was Republic. The country was a Republic before Juan Peron was elected for office, because the country was called "The Argentine Republic." Argentina's Flag!! Argentina, meaning "land of silver," is a rich and vast
land—second largest (after Brazil) in South America
and eighth largest in the world. Its heartland is a broad
grassy plain known as the Pampas.Argentina's flag is a light blue and white triband with a yellow "Sun of May" in the center. The flag is twice as wide as it is tall. Argentina's constitution Argentina's Constitution, first drafted in 1853, has been one of the most stable in the world, undergoing little change since a number of major amendments made in 1860. The Constitution of 1853 remained at least nominally in force under a number of military regimes that seized power over the course of the 20th century, the only exception being the Peronist Constitution in force between 1949 and 1956. The Constitution of 1853 and the 1860 amendments were modelled upon the U.S. Constitution, and contained relatively sparsely worded protections of key civil and political rights. The differences between Argentina & America. Well the first difference between Argentina and America is the time difference, lets say its 8AM here in America, and in Argentina its 12PM. Also they both have different languages spoken. Well, Argentina is also a country made up of immigrants, mostly from Europe; especially Italy. By: Bryanna Shumate This is one of Argentina's favorite deserts. Its called the spaghetti and meat ball Sunday. In 1931 Perón was assigned to teach at the Superior War College where he spent five years teaching, writing several books, and developing talents critical to his later political career.
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