December 6: Spain’s Constitution Day

December 6th is a holiday in Spain and it commemorates the referendum in 1978 when millions of Spaniards went to the polls to vote in favor of the new constitution, ushering in a new era of democracy for Spain after nearly 40 years of dictatorship. It’s a landmark in contemporary Spanish history, but the road leading to its approval was no cake-walk. Listen and learn a little about the history of Spain and its different constitutions. Enjoy!

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