In 1625 Charles the 1st came to the throne, following the absolutist tendencies of his father, James the 1st, continuing to impose taxes without parliamentary approval
Then the king decided to participate in the 30 years war in support of the Protestant front
-Not to impose taxes without the consent of the parliament
-Abolish the use of martial law
-Abolish arrests without motivation
-Rights were granted to the people
-Reconfirmation of the rights enshrined in the Magna Charter
So Charles found himself forced to convene parliament to finance military expeditions
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In 1628 the parliament consented to the financing, but addressed a series of requests to Charles called the Petition of Rights
The Petition of Rights established that: Therefore the petition of rights was a constitutional act as it placed limits on the power of the king, who was placed under the surveillance of parliament
Charles was forced to accept the requests, but after the assassination of the Duke of Buckingham, he regained all powers and dissolved parliament.