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Article:Benito Juárez
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Faced with US opposition and a growing threat from [[Prussia]], French troops began pulling out of Mexico in late 1866. Maximilian's liberal views cost him support from Mexican conservatives as well. In 1867 the last of the Emperor's forces were defeated and Maximilian was sentenced to death by a military court (a retaliation for Maximilian's earlier orders for the execution of republican soldiers). Despite national and international pleas for amnesty, Juárez refused to commute the sentence, and Maximilian was [[execution by firing squad|executed by firing squad]] on 19 June 1867 at [[:es:Cerro de las Campanas|Cerro de las Campanas]] in Querétaro. His body was returned to Europe for burial. His last words had been, '¡Viva México!'
 
Faced with US opposition and a growing threat from [[Prussia]], French troops began pulling out of Mexico in late 1866. Maximilian's liberal views cost him support from Mexican conservatives as well. In 1867 the last of the Emperor's forces were defeated and Maximilian was sentenced to death by a military court (a retaliation for Maximilian's earlier orders for the execution of republican soldiers). Despite national and international pleas for amnesty, Juárez refused to commute the sentence, and Maximilian was [[execution by firing squad|executed by firing squad]] on 19 June 1867 at [[:es:Cerro de las Campanas|Cerro de las Campanas]] in Querétaro. His body was returned to Europe for burial. His last words had been, '¡Viva México!'
   
Juárez was controversially re-elected President in 1867 and 1871, using the office of the presidency to ensure electoral success and suppressing revolts by opponents such as [[Porfirio Díaz]]. Benito Juárez died of a heart attack in 1872 while reading a newspaper at his desk in the [[National Palace (Mexico)|National Palace]] in Mexico City. He was succeeded by [[Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada]], his foreign minister.
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Juárez was controversially re-elected President in 1867 and 1871, using the office of the presidency to ensure electoral success and suppressing revolts by opponents such as [[Porfirio Díaz]]. Benito Juárez died of a heart attack in 1872 while reading a newspaper at his desk in the [[National Palace (Mexico)|National Palace]] in Mexico City. He was succeeded by [[Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada]], his foreign minister. this is a great event
   
 
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