Unitary and federal

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It is a very complex issue because the federal unit and occupied the country's political scene most of the nineteenth century, therefore to report on them would be too long, but I'll try to summarize in a nutshell.
Having achieved independence in 1816, the country should adopt a system of government and had two main groups. On one hand the unit, were generally porteños or sympathetic to the ideas of the port. The unit wanted the central power dominates the country politically for which the provinces would have no power of decision and they would handle the office of the port. They were usually intellectuals, always interested and advocates of European things as they had some that look kindly alliances with England or France, and also significantly below the Indian or Gaucho. A unitary constitution was drafted which was appointed by President Rivadavia, but had to resign by the facts of the federal governor fusilamento BsAs, Dorrego by which the constitution was abolished and forth several decades of struggle with the feds.
The federal people were generally less intellectual and rights defenders within the country and considered BsAs could not control the rights to the port and trade, and more nationalistic erna disagreed with alliances with European powers.
Like the Unitarians, used terror and violence to impose their ideas, were times of many civil wars and exile as he was in power.
But among them there were differences federal as Federal BsAs Governor Rosas had taken too many responsibilities to their government was despotic, for l ocual the federal governor of Entre Rios, Urquiza faces and defeats him in Caseros in 1852 taking power. It created the Confederación Argentina, BsAs however not satisfied until 1862 when the governor BsAs Miter Urquiza defeated in Pavon thus concluding the controversy between Unitarians and Federalists.