5 results found for: subject:"Argentina. Junta de Comandantes en Jefe"

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Potash, Robert A., 1921-

Notes: sessions of the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe

Argentina - In this notebook, Potash provides an index to the classified actas of the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe (JCJ) from 1971 to 1973. It lists the number of the acta, the date of the meeting, the names of the attendants, and the topics treated.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1972 Oct. 18

Reports: Juan Domingo Perón

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Reports study the possibility of an agreement with Perón. They focus on the presidential candidate designation and the possibilities for the judiciary power to intervene in the situation; they also discuss the possible future relationships between the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe and the new President.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1972 Nov. 20 – 1971 Nov. 21

Argentina. Junta de Comandantes en Jefe

Minutes: Junta de Comandantes en Jefe

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Describes the meetings held by Lanusse, Rey, Coda, Panullo, Martinez and others. Primary topics addressed: the rotation of the Presidency between the members of the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe, the political situation, the political parties' response to the army, the 191649 law suspension, army participation in the event of Perón leaving the country.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1973 Mar. 12 – 1973 Mar. 30

Lanusse, Alejandro A. (Alejandro Agustín), 1918-1996

Reports: upcoming elections and the army

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Contains a secret document, a statement by Lanusse, a report by Rivolta, reports by López Aufranc, and a Junta de Comandantes en Jefe (JCJ) resolution regarding the institutionalization process through elections. The army sticks to the decision of letting elections happen without intervention; Peronism wins and the army members discuss the courses of action to take given that juncture.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1972 Nov. 27 – 1972 Dec. 7

Correspondence: Perón's allies to military government

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Perón allies make an approach to the military government composed of the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe and President Lanusse. They try to negotiate some issues; the most important, the elimination of the prohibition of being candidate for non-Argentinian residents. They also address issues such as repressive laws. Some of the organizations and people signing these letters are the Partido Justicialista,... more

Robert A. Potash Papers