Commune of Llico

former commune in Curicó, Chile

Llico was one of the communes that was part of the department of Vichuquén, in the province of Curicó.

Llico
Former commune
The former dock of Llico, which served the commune and, in general, the province of Curicó
The former dock of Llico, which served the commune and, in general, the province of Curicó
CountryChile
ProvinceCuricó
DepartmentVichuquén
Capital townLlico
Population
 (1907[1])
 • Total8,430

The 1907 Chilean census established it had a population of 8.430 inhabitants.

HistoryEdit

The commune was created by decree of 22 December 1891,[2] with the territory of Llico and Iloca subdelegations.[3]

It was suppressed by the Decree with Force of Law No. 8.583, on 30 December 1927, by dictator Carlos Ibáñez del Campo as part of a greater political and administrative reform, adding its territory to the commune of Vichuquén. The commune was effectively suppressed on 1 February 1928.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Oficina Nacional de Estadísticas (1908). Censo de la República de Chile levantado el 28 de noviembre de 1907. Santiago, Chile: Sociedad Imp. y Litogr. Universo.
  2. Correa Bravo, Agustín (1903). Comentarios y concordancias de la Ley de Organización y Atribuciones de las Municipalidades de 22 de diciembre de 1891. Santiago, Chile: Imprenta Cervantes.
  3. Zamudio, Orlando (2001). Chile. Historia de la división político-administrativa 1810-2000. Santiago, Chile: Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas.