To accept the rank of First Commander of the Mexican Army, Iturbide tube that ripped three stripes off his shirt that was distinctive of the Spanish soldiers. The troop between shouts of enthusiasm and joy had offered him this national rank. It was so admired that some soldiers of the Army of the Viceroyalty, without restrictions, deserted and went to fill the ranks of the Mexican Army. The strongest section of such army led by Iturbide made a triumphal march through Michoacan, Guanajuato, Queretaro, and Puebla. Iturbide then made a pact with John O'Donoju, the last viceroy, who was called the Treaty of Cordoba. On September 27, 1821, the Mexican Army made its entrance to Mexico City and was received by delirious followers full of joy. Triumphal arches and flags had been prepared, distinctive with the colors of the new flag, the colors of the three freedoms: green, white, and red. Green represented independence, white represented the purity of religion and red represented the Spanish nation, whose military emblem that the soldiers had on their caps was red, at a banquet offered to Iturbide, was presented the saucer chiles In bridal This national dish has its origin of Puebla and is an allegory to the colors of the national flag.