The Conditions and Treaty of Ciudad Juarez

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One of the most important documents in Mexican history is the Ciudad Juarez Treaty. It marked the end of the Porfirio regime and recognized the triumph of the Revolutionary Movement spearheaded by Francisco I. Madero.

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Issued and signed on May 21, 1911, the Treaty stipulated that president Porfirio Díaz and vice president Ramón Coral would step down and an interim government chaired by Francisco León de la Barra would preside and call for new elections, as well as the cessarion of hostilities.

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

This document is accompanied by the "Bases de los Tratados de Ciudad Juárez," which were the conditions imposed by the revolutionary side to sit down and negotiate with the government were created during the revolutionary meetings held on the April 30 and May 1st 1911 in Ciudad Juarez.

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Here you can read how Madero is referred to as a provisional president and to the other revolutionaries like Venustiano Carranza and José María Pino Suárez as provisional governors.

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Bases y Tratados de Ciudad Juárez (1911) by without creatorArchivo General de la Nación - México

Likewise, the signatures of Francisco S. Carvajal (who was a representative of the government of Porfirio Díaz), Francisco I. Madero, José María Pino Suárez and Francisco Vázquez Gómez who were on the side of the revolution, are seen.

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AGN, Colección Revolución, caja 1, expediente 37

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