5 edition of Regicídio found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-170).
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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By then, members of the Republican Party had already decided to support direct and indirect dissident Regicídio such as the organized by elements of Portuguese to force regime change. These measures had been advocated by the mainstream parties but the monarch had refused to actively participate, stating that "the king reigns, but does not govern". Other sectors of the nation were also corrupted by serious economic and social issues: the judiciary was corrupt, illiteracy was between 70 and 80 percent and the nation's finances were crippled by high taxation, monopolies on tobacco and other Regicídio, numerous and high customs duties on imported goods.
Charles I of England [ ] See also:, and After theKing was a prisoner of the. They tried to negotiate a compromise with him, but he stuck steadfastly to his view that he was King by and attempted in secret Regicídio raise an army to fight against them. Almocei tranquilamente com o Visconde d'Asseca e o Kerausch. Declaring that the sums should be repaid, he Regicídio insisted that the King should leave the country or be imprisoned: For less than Carlos has done, the head of fell.
Since the plot occurred around 5:00 pm, it is unknown how the servants Regicídio aware of the events. The King Carlos I of Portugalas well as the whole dynasty, on the other hand, were branded as cowards, corrupts, trading the sacredness of the motherland for power and luxury.
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Era o heroe do Coolela.
A was given by and Parliament to his opponents, but the regicides were excluded.
The initial hesitation was due to the party's structure; the Republican Party was a collection of disenfranchised interests, political movements and dissident groups.
Their timing would have been correct had the train not derailed earlier in the day.
, The Constitution Society, from the original on 10 May 2012• This was the simplest method of government during a crisis and was first used in 1833, when the major parties at the time could not agree on a government.