Spanish Constitution of 1876

The Spanish Constitution of 1876 (Spanish: Constitución Española), was the constitution enacted after the restoration of the Spanish monarchy. The constitution was a conservative text, It came into effect on 30 June 1876.

Spanish Constitution
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Flag of Spain during the Bourbon Restoration.
Ratified30 June 1876
Repealed9 December 1931

It remained in force until the coup d'etat by Miguel Primo de Rivera in 1923, which made it up till then the longest lasting constitution of Spain.

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