Spain and Portugal 1871 CE

Both Spain and Portugal have experienced political instability.

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What is happening in Spain and Portugal in 1871CE

Coups, counter-coups and the occasional civil war have continued to characterize Spanish politics for most of the 19th century as conservatives and liberals have fought for control of the government. The monarchy has switched sides with alarming regularity. At this date, power is in the hands of a junta of liberal generals ruling in the name of a constitutional monarch, Amadeus.

As with Spain, Portugal experienced instability and civil war until intervention from Britain, Spain and France established a constitutional government.

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