Summary of El Plan de Iguala

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The Plan of Iguala was a document created in 1821 by Agustín de Iturbide to end the Ten Years' War and establish Mexican independence from Spain. The plan met with resistance from some in the Spanish army, but was ultimately successful in establishing Mexico as an independent country.

  • 00:00:00 The Plan of Iguala was a document created in 1821 by Agustín de Iturbide, commander of the Mexican army, to end the Ten Years' War. The plan called for the independence of Mexico from Spain, and the establishment of a monarchy with similar values to those of Spain. It was met with resistance from those in the Spanish army who did not want to give up their privileges. Guerrera was very firm in his position, and only supported the plan if it led to an ultimate independence of Mexico from Spain. All Mexican citizens, regardless of race, were to be given citizenship. The plan also called for the formation of an army to protect the government and maintain the principles of independence, union, and Catholicism. The Plan of Iguala marked the end of one decade of bloody war, and established Mexico as an independent country in 1821.

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