Ayutla


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Ayutla

(äyo͞ot`lä), town (1990 pop. 6,214), Guerrero state, S Mexico. Its full name is Ayutla de los Libres [Ayutla of the free]. It is the commercial center for an agricultural, cattle-raising, and lumbering area. The Plan of Ayutla, drawn up in 1854, was a reform program directed toward removing the dictator Santa Anna and convening a constituent assembly to frame a federal constitution. Preparing the way for the War of Reform (1856–61), the plan and the subsequent Revolution of Ayutla (which exiled Santa Anna and established a liberal government) was initially supported by Juan Álvarez, Ignacio Comonfort, Miguel and Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada, and Benito Juárez.
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The Secretaria de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (SEMARNAT) recently acquired two drones from the Secretaria de Marina (SEMAR) to monitor the Escobilla and Morro Ayutla beaches in Oaxaca during the summer months.
The project's director, Luis Alberto Martos, said this new discovery was made in a sunken courtyard located in the northern part of the Plan de Ayutla archaeological site, reports BioScholar News.
Guerrilla struggles broke out again following the overthrow of President Vicente Guerrero during the War of the South (1830-31), through the chaos of the 1840s, and in the Revolution of Ayutla.
The situation appears to be even more volatile in Guerrero state, where members of the Coordinadora Regional de Autoridades Comunitarias (CRAC) have formed self-defense groups in the indigenous communities of Tixtla, Olinala, and Huamuxtitlan Ayutla to assert their right to autonomy.
Having pulled together various background data on the 229 Mexican Presidents and cabinet ministers who held office variously between 1824 and the Plan de Ayutla, Stevens then brings an arsenal of statistical procedures (variance, covariance, standard deviation, and so on) to bear upon the assembled information.
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The most recent victim was Jorge Ochoa Martinez, director of El Sol de la Costa, a small newspaper in the town of Ayutla de los Liebres in Guerrero state, southeast of Acapulco.