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Nicaragua: Polity Style: 1821-2021

15 Sep 1821 - 22 Apr 1825 Provincia de Nicaragua [1]
2 Jul 1823 - 2 May 1838 Nicaragua formed part of the Central-American Federation
22 Apr 1825 - 28 Feb 1854 Estado de Nicaragua
2 May 1838 Nicaragua is proclaimed a free, sovereign and independent state in accordance with a resolution passed by Asamblea Constituyente on 30 Apr 1838 (promulgated as a decree on 2 May 1838) (Recopilacion de las Leyes, pp. 352-353)
28 Feb 1854 name of the state is changed in accordance with a resolution passed by Asamblea Constituyente on 28 Feb 1854 (promulgated as a decree the same day) (Chamorro (1960), pp. 398-399)
28 Feb 1854 - 17 Sep 1896 República de Nicaragua [2]
15 Sep 1896 Nicaragua formed part of the Central-American Federation, retaining sovereignty and independence, in accordance with the Treaty of Union signed at Amapala, Honduras (20 Jun 1895), effective upon the exchange of the ratifications at San Salvador, El Salvador (15 Sep 1896)
17 Sep 1896 name of the state is changed in accordance with Art. 27 of the Interior Regulations of the Diet of the Central-American Federation (Reglamento Interior de la Dieta de la República Mayor de Centro-América) passed by the Diet 17 Sep 1896 in San Salvador
17 Sep 1896 - 6 Dec 1898 Estado de Nicaragua
6 Dec 1898 Nicaragua resumed full sovereignty and independence in accordance with a decree issued by the Governor of the State on 1 Dec 1898 (effective upon publication) (Diario Oficial, 6 Dec 1898, No. 643, p. 1)
6 Dec 1898 - República de Nicaragua

[1] Parts of the Provincia de Nicaragua controlled by rival authorities are incorporated into Mexico:
12 Oct 1821 - 17 Apr 1823 León
4 Feb 1822 - 16 Jan 1823 Granada
[2] Also: 11 Jun 1854 - 30 Oct 1855 Estado de Nicaragua (in dissidence, León)
Last updated on: 02 Jul 2021 23:48:00