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Item, Folder number and/or title, Box number, Spanish Election 1977 ephemera, MSS 267, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
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Processed by Leslie M. Behm in December 2013.
In 1977 Spain held the their first general election since Francisco Franco; the last one having been held in 1936. After four decades of Franco's dictatorship, democracy was restored. The constitution of 1812 had been suspended when Franco came to power. In 1978 the current constitution of Spain was enacted. The sovereignty power emanates from the people, so it's the very same people who give the king the power to reign over the country.
The Spanish election 1977 ephemera collection consists of various flyers, brochures, and ballots related to the Spanish election of 1977.
Materials entirely in Spanish.