1977 Political Reform Act

  • adolfo suárez gonzález, the president in the moment of this act

    the act for the political reform (law 1/1977, of january 4, for the political reform)[1] was adopted on december 18, 1976 by the francoist legislative cortes with the support of 435 of the 531 prosecutors (81% in favor) that formed this cortes, and submitted to a referendum with the participation of the 77,8% of the census and with a 94,17% votes in favor.[2] it had the character of fundamental law, being the last one of the fundamental laws of the francoist state.

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Adolfo Suárez González, the President in the moment of this Act

The Act for the Political Reform (Law 1/1977, of January 4, for the Political Reform)[1] was adopted on December 18, 1976 by the Francoist legislative Cortes with the support of 435 of the 531 prosecutors (81% in favor) that formed this Cortes, and submitted to a referendum with the participation of the 77,8% of the census and with a 94,17% votes in favor.[2] It had the character of Fundamental Law, being the last one of the Fundamental Laws of the Francoist State.