Second Spanish Republic

Posted November 12th, 2013 by Bryan

I apologize to readers for having taken this personal, but I think it gives me the moral and political force then necessary to affirm that the proclamation of the Second Spanish Republic was an act of unlawful force, based on the philosophy outlined above de Pablo Iglesias. On April 13, 1931 municipal elections took place, even Legislative and Constituent course not. Of these only could be derived, by law, the constitution and composition of all municipalities in Spain and only the municipalities. According Tunon de Lara, who seems suspicious of bias monarchist, monarchists were elected councilors and 5,775 22 150 Republicans. Official figures were not ever published, and variations in the amounts, but not significant on proportionality, the triumph of the monarchical nominations have been accepted by all historians of this period. Says historian Ricardo de la Cierva that the occupation of power by the Revolutionary Committee April 14, 1931, was a coup. The same day that these elections took place, Alcala Zamora, on that date – requires illegally, the march of the king before sunset the next day 14. The masses are concentrated furiously screaming at the gates of the palace.

To avoid minor bloodshed, Alfonso XIII goes out the door of the Campo del Moro, having been warned of the danger to their physical safety. The King is moved from car to Cartagena where some into exile. Of the twelve members of the Provisional Government is formed, according to Ricardo de la Cierva, six were members of Freemasonry.

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