The Governmental System of Peru

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INDEX
Administrative powers of president, 42-47; organization of Peru, 99-101
Agriculture, division of, 62; progress in, 130; development of, 135-136
Alcalde, see Mayor.
Amending, constitution of 1860, 17; constitution of 1920, 34-35, 76
Amendments, to constitution of 1860, 18; to constitution of 1920, 30
Arequipa, 104, 105
Ayacucho, battle of, 3, 8
Belaunde, Victor Andrés, cited, 20, 44
Benavides, provisional president, 19, 116
Berm£dez, General, seizes presidency, 10; death of, 19; establishes new municipal government, 106
Berm£dez, General, seizes presidency, 10; death of, 19; establishes new municipal government, 106
Bill of rights, in estatuto provisional, 4; in constitution of 1828, 9; in constitution of 1856, 14; in constitution of 1860, 15; in constitution of 1920, 23-26, 33-34, 92; violations of, 127-128, 130
Billinghurst, President, resignation of, 19, election reform of, 119
Bolívar, conference with San Martín, 4; returns as liberator, 7; establishes con stituciU+F3n vitalicia, 7-8; attempts codification, 93
Bryce, Lord, cited, 36
Budget, 56
Cáceres, General, elected president, 18; bead of constitutional party, 112, 114
Calderón, Francisco Garcia, cited, 19, 36, 112-113, 114, 119, 124
Candamo, Manuel, 115
Canseco, General, 18
Castilia, President, 13, 39
Chamber of Deputies, under constitution of 1860, 15; under constitution of 1920, 27, 70-71, 83
Chile, war with, 18; settlement with, 132- 133
Citizenship, 26
Civic Union party, 115
Civil party, 113-114
Closure, rule for, 80
Code, civil, 93-94; penal, 94; criminal procedure, 94; commercial, 95; customs, 95; of mines, 95-96; of waters, 96-97; military justice, 97-98; military marine, 98
Commerce, department of, 57; code of, 95
Commission, permanent, of legislative body; 17, 18
Committees of congress, 74, 78; of election, 121-122
Concha, Carlos, cited, 110-111
Congress, of 1822, 5; under constitution of 1823, 6; under constitution of 1828, 8-9; fifth, elects Gamarra, 10; of 1839, 12; under constitution of 1856, 14; under constitution of 1860, 15-16; under constitution of 1920, 27-29; criticized, 69-70; composition of, 70- 72; organization of, 72-75; powers of, 76-77; procedure of, 77-82
Constitution, of the United States, 5, 8, 9, 14; of 1823, 5-7; of Bolivar, 7-8; of 1828, 8-10; of 1834, 10-11; of Huaura, 11; of Sicuaní, 11; of 1837, 12; of 1839, 12-13; of 1855, 13; of 1856, 13-14; of 1860, 14-18; of 1867, 18; of 1860, disregarded, 19-20; of 1920, analyzed, 23- 35, 125-129; violations of, 127-130
Constitutional party, 114
Coolidge, President, arrbitrates dispute, 133
Cornejo, Mariano H., 20, 21; as president of national assembly, 21-23, 27; quoted, 69; defends President Leguía, 117-118
Council of Ministers, under constitution of 1860, 17; under constitution of 1920, 31-32; consultative vote of, 43; functions of, 63-65
Council of State, in constitution of 1828, 9; in constitution of 1834, 10; reestablishment proposed, 21; under constitution of 1920, 32; appointment of, 44
Coup d'etat of July 4, 20
Courts, see Judiciary.
Cuzco, 104, 105
Dávila, Humberto Fernández, cited, 111
Dávalos y Lissón, Pedro, quoted, 69-70, 134

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