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El trabajo pone de manifiesto la existencia de espacios de proximidad entre los tres partidos que los contraponen con las orientaciones de partidos de otros bloques. A la vez, el análisis pone de relieve los matices en las posiciones entre PP, VOX y Ciudadanos que permiten la existencia de competición en el interior del bloque de derecha por conquistar espacios y conseguir electores.
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between the right bank of the Putumayo River, to the east of the mouth of the Cuhimbé, and the line established and demarcated as the border between Colombia and Ecuador in the Putumayo and Napo basins
the territories comprised between the demarcation of the right side of the Yaguas River (mouth of the Putumayo), the left side of the Atacuari River (mouth of the Amazon) and from this point to the border with Brazil (Tabatinga-Putumayo River).
) Our soldiers know their mission, which is not at all a mission of conquest and they are all at their posts, because they also know how many ideals of justice and international fraternity between countries can be broken by low pressures54.
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This brief period was marked by political violence unleashed both by the Urrutia government itself, which took on authoritarian overtones, imprisoning and deporting its political opponents, and by the Aprista Party, which ignored the election results, causing riots and uprisings throughout the country, leading to the Trujillo Revolution of 1932. A war with Colombia also broke out, originated when a group of Peruvian patriots recovered the Amazonian port of Leticia, which had been ceded to that country by the Salomón-Lozano Treaty of 1922.
Sánchez Cerro had a parliamentary majority, with 67 representatives of his political group, the Revolutionary Union, which has been identified with the fascist right. Opposing them was a disciplined 27-member APRA bench, which became a tenacious opponent of the government. The first cabinet was presided over by the President of the Republic.
The first cabinet was presided over by Germán Arenas y Loayza, who at the same time was Minister of Development. This cabinet was composed of: Luis Miró Quesada de la Guerra (Foreign Affairs), José Manuel García Bedoya (Government and Police), Eufracio Álvarez (Justice, Worship and Instruction), José Cateriano (Treasury), Colonel Manuel E. Rodríguez (War) and Alfredo Benavides Diez Canseco (Navy and Aviation). This first cabinet lasted less than two months, as several of its members resigned.