Liberum veto – theory and practice
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Liberum veto – theory and practice
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Mindaugas Šapoka | ldkistorija.lt 2018 august 1 d. 09:00

Liberum veto (Latin for “the free veto”) is what the
right of every nobleman not to permit adopting laws at the
Sejm was called in the Commonwealth of the Two Nations. This
right formed intensively after the Union of Lublin. But in
the times of Sigismund Vasa (1587–1632) many decisions
were taken unanimously. Why?

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