Victoriano Huera and the American ambassador, Henry Lane Wilson conspired against the government of Madero, its plan would be provoke a coup d'état in which Francisco I. Madero and vice president Jose Maria Pino Suárez would be assassinated. However, a maderista infiltrated inside the insurgent multitude warned a Madero of this plan and before 9th of February, day in which the coup would be carried out, Madero managed stop the revolt, exiling Huerta to the country and arresting again to Bernardo Reyes and Félix Díaz. A month later, ambassador Wilson was ousted by the new U.S. president, Woodrow Wilson, because of his blatant interventionist actions. Finally the Mexican revolution ends prematurely, on 10th February 1913.
Stabilization of Mexico
When Francisco I. Madero arrived at the Mexican presidency he tried to maintain the economic and social stability, but also to preserve foreign investment, he made great reforms in the infrastructure of government and always he was supporting the revolutionary cause.
Those actions made Mexico a stable country. During the Madero presidency, GDP increased and began rebuilding the country, the majority of his reforms were created for the peasants and other social class that wanted fair laws, but perhaps the most notable of its actions was the prohibition to the presidential reelection.
After eight years of presidency of Madero and Pino Suárez, Mexico doubles its population, manages to reduce illiteracy and social abyss, as well as increase human development.
Presidency of Madero (1911-1917)
During presidency of Madero the following laws were elaborated:
- Oil tax law (1912)