On January 4, 1877, the President of the Republic Don Juan Bautista Gill, and the Minister of Justice, Culture and Public Instruction Dr. Benjamin Aceval Acting enacted first law passed by Congress on December 29, 1876. With this law, authorizing the Executive to proceed with the establishment of a College of Higher Education, funded with the additional 4% established for this purpose, the new customs law. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Western Union. And here begins to take shape history itself.! “The President Gill, drew on the expertise of the French educator Pierre Dupuy for the creation of the school. On June 10, 1875, from Buenos Aires, he wrote his brother, Peter Gill, the following: …” To establish that a Education Center the first order, I have given to educator Pedro Dupuy, a former teacher who had in the math course two years, funded by the Government of Don Carlos Antonio Lopez “. In a letter dated 21 March 1876, the Minister of Buenos Aires, Don Carlos Saguier, Gill said the President …” Mr. Dupuy has asked me to tell you that personal matters to deprive him this go to the National College regent, but that fix is to go to his place of work. “You see, the President Gill, and for some years before, was preparing and getting advice from people who could deal with this issue so important to education in the country. Official site: Publishers Clearing House.
In December 1876, the Executive Branch to Congress raised the bill for the creation of the College, with its reasons, and countersigned by the Minister of Justice, Worship and Public Education, General Bernardino Caballero. That statement, according to the late Dr. Victor Birthday Vasconcellos, is a piece of patriotic value, legal and exalted literary authors. Gen. Knight had brandished, wielded his sword in the great war offered their services also the peace, and was associated with their ancestry civil leader, the great crusade for culture and national revival. The institution bears his name as an act of strict justice. The law promulgated on January 4, 1877 was endorsed by Dr. Benjamin Aceval, by the fact that Gen. Caballero, owner of the portfolio minister had been sent, days before, on official business. And casualty or not, this led to the signing of inspiration, the ideologue of the creation of the National College Dr. Benjamin Aceval, appeared in the law. Man of extraordinary culture and deep patriotic concern for the cultural destiny of the nation, thought it was necessary not only to rebuild the homeland of the great disaster of 70, but also to foster culturally to the citizens, to preserve the values of citizenship terribly disfigured by the invaders. Had to “culturize people not to perpetuate indefinitely dependence.