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Constitutional developments after 1830: towards a balance between monarchical and popular sovereignty

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The constitutional developments and debates during the first half of the 19th century, in particular following the French and Belgian revolutions of 1830 and the introduction of new written constitutions (the French Charte of 1830 and the Belgian constitution of 1831) show the dynamics between the Executive, still largely controlled by the monarch, and the parliamentary representation. Although the balance of power differed from one political system to another, the dual system established during the July Monarchy, which increasingly called for a government and government policies which were acceptable to both the monarch and a majority in Parliament, affected the developments throughout Europe.

Affiliations: 1: Lehrstuhl für Bürgerliches Recht sowie Deutsche und Europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Universität Passau, Innstraße 39, D-94032 Passau, Germany;, Email:


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