abolition of monarchy

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  • The Labour party later dropped the abolition of monarchy from their programme.
  • The abolition of monarchy in each country extinguished the system, although it remained in use by Portuguese aristocracy.
  • The Norwegian Labour Party was at that time quite radical and even had the abolition of monarchy as part of their programme.
  • The order is not awarded since 1975 by the Greek state after the abolition of monarchy and today is awarded only by the Greek Royal Family.
  • With the abolition of monarchy, the collegial power and influence of the Republican pontifices increased.
  • However, the most famous abolition of monarchy in history is that of the French monarchy in 1792, during the French Revolution.
  • He said that the Socialist party was increasing faster than any other, and that this tacitly meant the suppression of rank and the abolition of monarchy. Cited from Entire PG Edition of William Dean Howells
  • The new national anthem is representative of the new era in the history of Nepal, after the abolition of monarchy in 2006.
  • The Guardian, Observer and Independent newspapers have all advocated the abolition of monarchy.
  • His double dealings with both parties led to the second civil war, to his own execution, and to the abolition of monarchy and of the House of Lords in 1649. Cited from The History of England, by A. F. Pollard
  • The main lobby group in the United Kingdom that campaigns for the abolition of monarchy is Republic; however, monarchists claim that support for a constitutional monarchy is still high.
  • Through all the horrors of civil war, he sought the abolition of monarchy, and subversion of the constitution; an end which, had it been attainable by peaceful measures, ought carefully to have been avoided by every lover of his country. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. I, Part E, by David Hume
  • His abdication and the subsequent abdication of his brother Mikhail Alexandrovich were a crucial mistake which led to the abolition of monarchy and consequent troubles.
  • It is too early yet to decide whether the constitutional form of government set up in Turkey in 1908, or the republic created on the abolition of monarchy in Portugal in 1910, mark national movements to democracy. Cited from The Rise of the Democracy, by Joseph Clayton
  • The oath required of them by the parliament contained an approval of the king's trial, of the vote against the Scots and their English associates, and of the abolition of monarchy and of the House of Lords. Cited from The History of England, by John Lingard and Hilaire Belloc, Vol. 8
  • The efforts of the English patriots overtly tend to the consolidation of the French republic, while the demagogues of France are yet more strenuous for the abolition of monarchy in England. Cited from A Residence in France, Part III, 1794, by An English Lady
  • Lilburne and his friends hoped that the civil war and the abolition of monarchy would bring in democracy, though democracy was never in the mind of men like Hampden, who made the war, and was utterly uncongenial to Cromwell and the Commonwealth men. Cited from The Rise of the Democracy, by Joseph Clayton
  • This danger principally arises from a pertinacious adherence, on the part of the Directory, to those very principles which were adopted by the original promoters of the abolition of Monarchy in France. Cited from A Residence in France, Part I, 1792, by An English Lady
  • It was requisite to change the magistracy of London, and to degrade, as well as punish, the mayor and some of the aldermen, before the proclamation for the abolition of monarchy could be published in the city. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. I, Part E, by David Hume
  • It may be a question whether the inference is valid, and whether, even if Alba at the time of its dissolution was under rulers holding office for life, the abolition of monarchy in Rome might not subsequently lead to the conversion of the Alban dictatorship into an annual office. Cited from The History Of Rome, v2, by Theodor Mommsen
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