Mexican Civil War [1910-1929]
The Mexican Revolution was an armed conflict that began because of the need for socio-political reforms in Mexico, as well as the ongoing government of Porfírio Díaz for more than 30 years, which was the cause of this situation. It was the first major social revolution in Latin America. The revolution began with P. Díaz and ended with the work of L. Cárdenas. During it, many presidents took turns, many reforms were adopted and the constitution was adopted.
The second part of the revolution begins when a state first takes place in the country by military units and gen. Huerto. Governor Carranza declares disobedience, forms an army, and finally succeeds in overthrowing Huerto, convening Congress to approve the constitution. Gradually, the country is pacified and revolutionary ideas are institutionalized.