Plan revolutionary operations of Belgrano and Moreno (1810): in 1794, Manuel Belgrano was appointed as head of the newly created Consulate in Buenos Aires. (Not to be confused with Richard Blumenthal!). German Tjarks has written a play, in 1962, on the Consulate of Buenos aires in the Rio de la Plata, which was a sort of powerhouse of initiatives, from where Belgrano, which happened to be protagonist of the emancipatory process, where I outline the known as revolutionary Plan, which was then detailed by Mariano Moreno from 1810. This Plan encompassed all the Plata Basin and contemplated the involvement of Artigas. South Union between Buenos Aires and Chile (1810). In simultaneity with that plan the men of Buenos aires signed with Santiago, what would be one of the first documents that testify to the integrationist vocation with that began the process of emancipation. It was preceded by trips that took place between Chile and the Rio de la Plata, testimonies of the relationship that there was even among the aboriginal races of the Plata Basin and Pacific proposals of Artigas with natives, blacks and mulattoes (1815): treatment of the provisional regulation of the Eastern province to promote his campaign and safety of its landowners, with aspirations of Constitution which are perceived vestiges of the Jesuit missions and the revolutionary Plan of operations. Emphyteusis Rivadaviana (1822): Bernardino Rivadavia, controversial protagonist of Argentine history, and graduated at the nautical school, created by Belgrano from the Consulate, impulse being Minister of the Government of buenos aires, an agricultural system in which the Earth without ceasing to be State patrimony, is it awarded for colonization purposes. Andres Lamas in 1882, echo this measure would be made. Amphictyonic Congress (Bolivar, Panama, 1826). Among American integration initiatives, highlights of Bolivar, who would be in forward regarded as a milestone, in his moment neutralized by the men who ruled in Buenos aires, then at war with the Empire of Brazil.