The Xunta, Xunta General, Xuntas, or Cortes of the Kingdom of Galicia was the representative assembly of the Kingdom of Galicia from the 1528 —when it originated as a general assembly of all the powers of the Kingdom aimed at the constitution of hermandades (brotherhood) — and until 1834, when the Kingdom and its General Assembly were officially disbanded by a Royal decree.
The Junta, Junta General, Juntas, or Cortes of the Kingdom of Galicia was the representative assembly of the Kingdom from the 15th century, when it originated as a general assembly of all the powers of Galicia aimed at the constitution of hermandades (brotherhood), and until 1834, when the Kingdom and its General Assembly were officially ...
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The Supreme Central and Governing Junta of Spain and the Indies (also known as Supreme Central Junta, the Supreme Council, and Junta of Seville; Spanish: Junta Suprema Central y Gubernativa de España e Indias) formally was the Spanish organ that accumulated the executive and legislative powers during the Napoleonic occupation of Spain.
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From the 16th century, the representation and voice of the kingdom was held by an assembly of deputies and representatives of the cities of the kingdom, the Cortes or Junta of the Kingdom of Galicia. This institution was forcibly discontinued in 1833 when the kingdom was divided into four administrative provinces with no legal mutual links.
In the 19th century, the Kingdom of León declared war, together with Galicia and Asturias, against France, and organised the Junta General del Reino de León as its own government. The modern region of León was established in 1833 [better source needed] and was divided into León, Zamora, and Salamanca provinces.
Background. By the summer of 1809, the Spanish Supreme Central and Governing Junta of the Kingdom was coming under harsh criticism over its handling of the war effort. The Spanish people demanded that the ancient Cortes be summoned and the Junta reluctantly agreed.
The legal basis for the kingdom was the Roman law, and because of this the kings increasingly wanted more power, like the Roman emperors. This is very clearly seen in the Siete Partidas of Alfonso X of Castile , which shows the imperial monism that the king sought.
A Coruña (Inglis / ə k oʊ ˈ r uː n. j ə /; Galician: [a koˈɾuɲa] (offeecial name); Spaingie: La Coruña [la koˈɾuɲa]; still whiles kent as Corunna / k ə ˈ r ʌ n ə / in Inglis, an archaically as The Groyne) is a ceety an municipality o Galicie, Spain.
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