Spanish Constitution of 1978

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ISBN NFT: 9788411269339
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The promulgation of the Spanish Constitution of 1978 It implied the culmination of the so-called Spanish Transition, which took place as a result of the death, on November 20, 1975, of the former head of state, General Francisco Franco, precipitating a series of political and historical events that transformed the previous Franco regime into a Social and Democratic State of Law, under the political form of Parliamentary Monarchy.
The Spanish Constitution of 1978 remains in force. It establishes universal suffrage, freedom of religion and expression.

Preamble

The Spanish Nation, desiring to establish justice, liberty and security and to promote the good of all its members, in the exercise of its sovereignty, proclaims its will to:

Guarantee democratic coexistence within the Constitution and the laws in accordance with a just economic and social order.

Consolidate a rule of law that ensures the rule of law as an expression of the popular will.

Protect all Spaniards and peoples of Spain in the exercise of human rights, their cultures and traditions, languages and institutions.

Promote the progress of culture and the economy to ensure a decent quality of life for all.

To establish an advanced democratic society, and to collaborate in the strengthening of peaceful relations and effective cooperation among all the peoples of the Earth.

Consequently, the Cortes approve and the Spanish people ratify the following

Constitution

Preliminary title

Article 1.

1. Spain is constituted as a social and democratic State governed by the rule of law, which advocates freedom, justice, equality and political pluralism as the highest values of its legal system.

2. National sovereignty resides in the Spanish people, from whom the powers of the State emanate.

3. The political form of the Spanish State is the parliamentary monarchy.

Article 2.

The Constitution is based on the indissoluble unity of the Spanish nation, the common and indivisible homeland of all Spaniards, and recognizes and guarantees the right to autonomy of the nationalities and regions that make it up and solidarity among all of them.

Article 3.

1. Castilian is the official Spanish language of the State. All Spaniards have the duty to know it and the right to use it.

2. The other Spanish languages shall also be official in the respective Autonomous Communities in accordance with their Statutes.

3. The richness of the different linguistic modalities of Spain is a cultural heritage that will be the object of special respect and protection.

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