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  1. The Constitution of the Argentine Nation (Spanish: Constitución de la Nación Argentina) is the basic governing document of Argentina, and the primary source of existing law in Argentina. Its first version was written in 1853 by a constitutional assembly which gathered in Santa Fe ; the doctrinal basis was taken in part from the United States ...

  2. The first successful attempt to adopt an Argentine Constitution occurred in 1853. [5] [6] [Notes 1] It established in Article 15 that slavery was abolished, in Article 16 that all inhabitants were equal under the law, and in Article 20 that foreigners living in the country should have the same civil rights as citizens and were eligible for ...

  3. La Constitution argentine de 1853, révisée en 1860, 1866, 1898, 1957 et 1994 dispose que le mandat présidentiel est de quatre ans (renouvelable deux fois).

  4. Argentina (officially the Argentine Republic) is a country in South America. Argentina is the second-largest country in South America and the eighth-largest country in the world. Spanish is the most spoken language, and the official language, but many other languages are spoken.

  5. De plus, en dépit de l'amnistie, l'ancien dictateur Videla est placé en détention en 1998, sous le chef d'accusation de « vol de bébés », s'agissant d'enfants de victimes du régime, ce crime reconnu par la justice argentine n'étant couvert ni par l'amnistie de Carlos Menem, ni par les lois du punto final ou de l'obediencia debida.

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