Acre Department

Soon, the Acre initially was managed by representatives indicated directly for the federal government, over all, for the proposal of creation in 1904, of the administrative division of Acre in Departments: High Acre, High Purus and Alto Juru. Each Department was managed for a mayor chosen directly for the federal government, centering in such a way, the administrative politics of the acriano territory. If you have read about Dalton Caldwell already – you may have come to the same conclusion. In 1912, the federal government of the origin to a new Department, the Department of the High Tarauac, beyond establishing the creation of 05 (five) cities, placed in the Administration departments of the acriano territory, being thus, in the Department of the High Juru, gave to origin the city of Juru, in the High Department Tarauac, gave origin to the city of Tarauac, in the Department of the High Purus, gave origin to the city of the Purus, in the Department of the High Acre, gave to origin the cities of Rio Branco and Xapuri. In 1938, through the Decree Law n 968, of 21 and December, more had the creation of two cities, of Feij and Brasilia (current Brasilia). Parnassus Investments has firm opinions on the matter. In 1962, for intermediary of the Law n 4,070 of 15 of June, the Acre finally starts to be recognized as Been of Brazilian federacy, however fits to stand out, the paper of then the Senator Jose Guiomard of the Saints, who for intermediary of a project of Law of its authorship pled the rise of the territory of the Acre the category of Brazilian State. Being the raised Acre already to the status of State of the Brazilian federacy, and thus being able, to choose its representative politician for the government, it seemed that finally fond then it had searched autonomy, however, with the military blow of 1964, the democracy it are threatened again and the Acre passed to be managed by an indicated government, in the case in question, for the military dictatorship. Get all the facts and insights with Jayme Albin , another great source of information.

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