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The English Bill of Rights, this was a government document written and passed on December 16, 1689 by the English Parliament.
This was written to extend the previous liberties and rights given to the citizens by the Magna Carta, it also continued to limit the king's power over the economy. The goal of this document was to bolster the democratic election, uphold freedom of speech, and limit the government.
Bill of Rights
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The English Bill of Rights led to several different documents, but the main was the parliamentary sovereignty. This document made it so when a law was passed it can be changed or taken away by any other future parliaments.
From now on, any decisions made here, will never be final.
The English Bill of Rights more so equalized the powers throughout the government and people, improving the social equality of the citizens, the king, and the queen.
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