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February 7, 1918: The Permanent Commission Denies Not to Acknowledge the Constitution

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On February 7, 1918, the Permanent Commission of the Congress of the Union released a point of agreement which denied that that body would not acknowledge the Constitution and rebel against the government of President Venustiano Carranza.

The Permanent Commission had an urgency meeting to respond to what they considered to be a calumny. For members, the diary accusations were completely unfounded; therefore, they suggested a point of agreement to reject these accusations and remand before the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic the newspapers El Universal, El Demócrata and Excelsior for publishing such false information.

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