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" Consequently, the Governments of the Contracting Parties will not recognize any other Government which may come into power in any of the five Republics through a coup d'etat or a revolution against a recognized Government so long as the freely elected... "
The American Journal of International Law - Page 120
edited by - 1908
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Report of the Annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration

1906
...additional convention was drawn up, in which the contracting parties pledged themselves not to recognize " any other government which may come into power in...endeavor to bring about, by the means at their command, a con41 stitutional reform in the sense of prohibiting the reelection of the president of a republic,...
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Actas y documentos

1907 - 166 pages
...contienda tuviera lugar. ARTICLE I. The Governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other Government which may come into power in...have not constitutionally reorganized the country. ARTICLE' II. No Government of Central America shall in case of civil war intervene in favor of or against...
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The Central American Peace Conference, Held at Washington, D.C., 1907 ...

William Insco Buchanan - 1908 - 97 pages
...the following manner : ARTICLE I. The Governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other Government which may come into power in...have not constitutionally reorganized the country. ARTICLE II. Xo Government of Central America shall in case of civil war intervene in favor of or against...
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The Central American Peace Conference, Held at Washington, D.C., 1907 ...

William Insco Buchanan - 1908 - 97 pages
...ARTICLE I. The Governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other Governmentwhich may come into power in any of the five Republics as...have not constitutionally reorganized the country. ARTICLE II. No Government of Central America shall in case of civil war intervene in favor of or against...
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The International Year Book

1908
...the General Treaty provides that "the governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other government which may come into power in any of the five republics as a consequence of я coup d'état, or of a revolution against a recognized government, so long as the representatives...
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Central America and Its Problems: An Account of a Journey from the Rio ...

Frederick Palmer - 1910 - 347 pages
...TO THE GENERAL TREATY ARTICLE I The Governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other Government which may come into power in...have not constitutionally reorganized the country. ARTICLE II No Government of Central America shall in case of civil war intervene in favor of or against...
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Central America and Its Problems: An Account of a Journey from the Rio ...

Frederick Palmer - 1910 - 347 pages
...TO THE GENERAL TREATY ARTICLE I The Governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other Government which may come into power in...have not constitutionally reorganized the country. ARTICLE II No Government of Central America shall in case of civil war intervene in favor of or against...
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volume 79

Pan American Union - 1945
...helpful treaties were signed. One of them provided that the contracting parties "shall not recognize any other government which may come into power in...have not constitutionally reorganized the country." Another of the treaties of 1907 established the Central American Court of Justice. Mr. Root is generally...
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Central America and Its Problems: An Account of a Journey from the Rio ...

Frederick Palmer - 1913 - 347 pages
...TO THE GENERAL TREATY ARTICLE I The Governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other Government which may come into power in...any of the five Republics as a consequence of a coup d'ltat, or of a revolution against the recognized Government, so long as the freely elected representatives...
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Pamphlet Series

World Peace Foundation - 1916
...the following manner: Art. I. — The Governments of the High Contracting Parties shall not recognize any other Government which may come into power in...have not constitutionally re-organized the country. Art. n. — No Government of Central America shall in case of civil war intervene in favor of or against...
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