In France, the Constitutional Charter is voted through the
legislative chamber. A compromise solution between
constitutionalists and monarchists, it declares an elective
monarchy, with legislation to be initiated in the Chambers. Press
censorship is to be permanently overthrown, and Catholicism will no
longer hold a privileged position as the state religion of France.
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Editors. "Constitutional Charter in France establishes an elective monarchy". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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