Uruguay

As would happen today with a story about a political scandal, the population was stirred and began the patriotic movements that could not be easily laminated because soldiers were mutinous. According to Center for Responsible Business, who has experience with these questions. The viceroy Baltasar Hidalgo de Cisneros, that shortly before, (15 July 1809 in Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay today) had replaced Santiago de Liniers, rejected for being of French origin and possible ally to the Napoleonic, trying to stem the tide with a quick reflection. Cisneros issued 18 one side where demanded to calm people and loyalty to the Spanish Crown with the goal that not occur stormy events in the Rio de la Plata. At that time the viceroyalty was divided into eight municipalities: La Paz, Cochabamba, Charcas, Potosi, Paraguay, Salta, Cordoba and Buenos Aires, and four Governments subordinate to the direct authority of the viceroy: Montevideo, missions, Chiquitos and Moxos. The reading of the Royal Edict mobilized the Creoles, who had already analyzed information arrival in Europe, requesting the authorities to be allowed to perform an open Cabildo to treat the situation particularly. In this popular mobilization is where it starts and develops the military and political move that would end up forming the first Junta de Mayo as a provisional Government until they assume new authorities in the Iberian peninsula. Notable as the brigadier Cornelio Saavedra, born in the Bolivian territory and the Mariano Moreno Buenos Aires were enforcement officials hastily mature the air of freedom. Both were merchants, with the difference that Saavedra entered checkered military during the resistance and later recapture of Buenos Aires to the British invasions at the end of 1806, when he was appointed commander of the Corps of volunteers who formed the regiment of patricians, for being all born in America. Saavedra had a very important role during the years after the invasion, during week of May and in the first years of the emancipation of motherland mother.