Revolts in Spain and Portugal

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Revolts in Spain and Portugal
A revolt breaks out in Spain when Colonel Rafael Reigo demands that the French constitution of 1812 be restored. Ferdinand VII does so on March 7, 1820. On August 24th a revolt against British regency in Portugal breaks out. A liberal constitutional monarchy is created and John VI living in exile in Brazil, is invited to head it.