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Spanish Constitution of 1812
The Constitution of the Spanish monarchy was also known as Spanish Constitution of 1812 or Constitution of Cadiz was in Cádiz on March 19, 1812. It has been granted great historical importance because it is the first Spanish Constitution. It remained officially in force for two years when it was repealed on May 4, 1814, although as late as 1820, allegiance to the 1812 Spanish Constitution was still being demanded. The Constitution of Cádiz among other things limited the power of the monarchy, the abolished feudalism, provided equality between Spanish born Spaniards and Americans, and ended the Spanish inquisition.
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"1812 - Constitucion de Cádiz" (2019). Miscellaneous Publications – Spanish. 18.