Political divisions of Mexico

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The United Mexican States (Spanish: Estados Unidos Mexicanos) is a federal republic composed of 32 federal entities (Spanish: entidades federativas) (31 states and 1 federal district).

According to the Constitution of 1917, the states of the federation are free and sovereign and have their own congresses and constitutions, while the Federal District has only limited autonomy with a local Congress and its own government. The territory of the Federal District serves as the national capital.



Constitutional Empire

On September 27, 1821, after three centuries of Spanish rule, Mexico gained its independence. The Treaty of Córdoba recognized part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain as an Independent Empire, which was recognized as "Monarchist, constitutional and moderate."[1] The new country adopted the name of Mexican Empire.

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