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Estudios políticos (México)

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PANTOJA MORAN, David. The Restoration experience in France as a step to the parliamentary system of government. Estud. polít. (Méx.) [online]. 2017, n.41, pp.11-26. ISSN 0185-1616.

In author's opinion after 1789, France underwent a series of vertiginous changes in a short period of time: the Absolute Monarchy, the Constitutional Monarchy, the Convention, the Directory, the Consulate, the Empire, the Restoration, the One Hundred Days, and The Second Restoration. Each of these events promoted changes of regulation and political changes in a restricted sense, however, they could not give the country a stable and lasting regime. However, in the midst of this chaotic happening, the French political history registers a brief experience that had as virtue to have been a first attempt that later would lead to the parliamentary form of government.

Palabras llave : France; Restoration; Constitutionalism; forms of government; political representation.

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