Ultra-Conservative Prince de Polignac appointed French Prime Minister

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Historical Context Note

In France, Charles X appoints Prince de Polignac as Prime Minister. His appointment is considered as an attempt to move away from obedience to the Constitution, since Polignac is an Ultra-Conservative who does not possess the confidence of the Chamber of Deputies.
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Editors. "Ultra-Conservative Prince de Polignac appointed French Prime Minister". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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