History of the Boundary Dispute Between Ecuador and Peru by Pastoriza FloresHistory of the Boundary Dispute Between Ecuador and Peru by Pastoriza Flores

History of the Boundary Dispute Between Ecuador and Peru

byPastoriza Flores

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER IV. Development Of The Dispute: From 1829 To The Present Time. Independent Ecuador, as heir to Colombian claims,1 has repeatedly demanded from Peru the fulfilment of the treaty of 1829 and the Pedemonte-Mosquera protocol, but Peru has steadily refused. From the day of its separation down to the present time, there have been protracted lulls between the periods of dispute, only to be broken whenever the clashing claims of the two countries became too pronounced.2 The events that make up the story were concerned, either with the actual negotiations, or with specific acts of jurisdiction on the part of each of the contestants over the areas affected. In 1832 a treaty of friendship and alliance was drawn up between Ecuador and Peru. Article XIV states that "until an agreement on the boundary question should be made between the two countries, the present boundaries are to be respected and recogn 1 Cf. R. Aranda, Coleceidn de Tratados del Peru, Vol. V., p. 352; Pardo y Barreda, Alegato del Peru, ch. 1, sec. 2. 2 W. R. Shepherd, The Hispanic Nations of the New World, p. 184. ized." Basing its contention on this article, Peru tried to imply that the treaty of 1832 nullified that of 1829, but np such statement is found in the treaty, and on the contrary, Article XIV expressly confirms the validity of the treaty of 1829.1 Although no negotiations were carried on for the next eight years, neither country was idle in its attempts to exercise jurisdiction over the territory that both claimed. Thus the congress of Ecuador established in 1832 a maritime department with a naval station at the port of Guayaquil, including the river and city of Tumbez on the south which formed part of the disputed area. Though Peru suffered this measure to pass...
Title:History of the Boundary Dispute Between Ecuador and PeruFormat:PaperbackDimensions:18 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.04 inPublished:July 6, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217223974

ISBN - 13:9780217223973