• La inmigración en la Administración de Pérez Jiménez (1952-1958)

    Author(s):
    Froilán Ramos R. (see profile)
    Date:
    2010
    Group(s):
    Historiography, History, Latin America and the Caribbean
    Subject(s):
    Latin American studies, Venezuela, Migration, History, 20th century
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    State
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/ygkg-1656
    Abstract:
    country, due to two reasons: one, the high growth of the economy determined by high oil revenues, two, the lack of This article analyzes the immigration policy of the Venezuelan State during administration of Pérez Jiménez (1952-1958). From December 1952 until January 1958, Marcos Pérez Jiménez governs Venezuela, first as interim president (until April 1953) and then as constitutional for the period 1953-1958. In the course of this governance, deepens the attraction of European immigrants to the nation through a state policy of "open door" and the enactment Naturalization Law (1955), which allowed the entry of thousands of foreigners to the opportunities in their homelands. From the state, a boost of the arrival of large numbers of Italians, Spanish, Portuguese, among others, took place, with the vision of incorporating in the process of modernization and industrialization of Venezuela, responding to the Nation project, order and progress, associated with expertise, stability and cultural development that European immigrants brought.
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