Instrument of Government (1634)

The Instrument of Government of 1634 was Sweden's first. It regulated some of the administration, judiciary and the military. It was never accepted by the monarch but was nonetheless in use until Charles XI became an absolute monarch.

ee also

*Instrument of Government (1719)
*Instrument of Government (1772)
*Instrument of Government (1809)
*Instrument of Government (1974)

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