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In 1816, Manuel Belgrano, a prominent leader of the Argentine independence movement, proposed electing a descendant of the Inca royal family king of the former Spanish viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata (present-day Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia).
The proposal was rejected by Argentina, but received significant support in Bolivia. Paraguay obtained independence as a republic in 1811. Uruguay was controlled by the Liga Federal, a republican rebel movement.
If the Inca Plan had been adopted, Hispanophone South America (except Paraguay and Uruguay) might have been united under a restored Inca monarchy. Jose de San Martin, who liberated Chile and Peru from Spanish rule, supported the Inca Plan, and Simon Bolivar, who liberated Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador from Spanish rule, might have accepted the restored Inca monarchy in order to obtain South American unification, despite being a republican. 
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In 1816, Manuel Belgrano, a prominent leader of the Argentine independence movement, proposed electing a descendant of the Inca royal family king of the former Spanish viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata (present-day Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia).
The proposal was rejected by Argentina, but received significant support in Bolivia. Paraguay obtained independence as a republic in 1811. Uruguay was controlled by the Liga Federal, a republican rebel movement.
If the Inca Plan had been adopted, Hispanophone South America (except Paraguay and Uruguay) might have been united under a restored Inca monarchy. Jose de San Martin, who liberated Chile and Peru from Spanish rule, supported the Inca Plan, and Simon Bolivar, who liberated Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador from Spanish rule, might have accepted the restored Inca monarchy in order to obtain South American unification, despite being a republican. 


Bolivar would never have accepted an Inca monarchy because he wanted to be the perpetual ruler of South America. bolivar is proclaimed life president with the authority to appoint heir
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Bolivar would never have accepted an Inca monarchy because he wanted to be the perpetual ruler of South America. bolivar is proclaimed life president with the authority to appoint heir

Which South American countries would have joined a restored Inca Empire?
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Which South American countries would have joined a restored Inca Empire?


At present I suppose that only Peru, since Peruvians claim to be the heirs of the Inca empire.
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At present I suppose that only Peru, since Peruvians claim to be the heirs of the Inca empire.

Andres de Santa Cruz, who was the President of Bolivia from 1829 to 1839, was a descendant of the Inca royal family.
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Andres de Santa Cruz, who was the President of Bolivia from 1829 to 1839, was a descendant of the Inca royal family.

he also was Supreme Protector of the  Peru-Bolivian Confederation (1836–39) but he never tried to proclaim himself Inca emperor


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descendant? what's the lineage?
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descendant? what's the lineage?


the most notorious descendant of the 10th Inca emperor Tupac Yupanqui is Maxima from the Netherlands

Some monarchists in Argentina like the idea that Princess Ariane could be queen of Argentina, but as everything is just fantasies

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what are their specific lineages? 
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what are their specific lineages? 


is in spanish 
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casa_real_incaica#Descendencia_de_la_panaca_de_T%C3%BApac_Yupanqui

remember the inca empire was a civil war before of the arrival of the spaniards
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