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National Guarda

To effect umamudana in the structure of the state of subtle and direct form being given to autonomy the eliteslocais and to legalize this power Guarda was believed in the regency National beyond to dediminuir the force and importance I exercise of it at the time. I exercise therefore it in the Brasilimperial was had as faithful the Dom Joo and not to Brazil. Umadas first measured in this direction had been the creation in 1830 of National Guarda, was in result of the diffidences and antipatias in relation to the exercitonutridas ones for liberal that they opposed the Dom Peter, which saw essainstituio as an absolutism of the emperor. 2 importanteressaltar is that to contain the movements against independence Emperor D.Pedro I had that to convoke the military services and to contract efranceses English mercenaries to contain the Portuguese who if had rebelled against the dePortugal separation. Being that Brazil did not have organized army, this point is quenos calls attention, the lack of an army in Brazil at the beginning of the Empire. Dessaforma the expenses with these mercenaries had been very great, being one verdadeiroarrojo to the elites who had had that to pay more taxes to pay essesmercenrios that had fought to keep independence.

Of this form it is to possvelperceber the great influence of the Brazilian elites in the routes of just formadopas. As much in the decisions, was avessos to French radical liberalism, considering comopropenso the anarchy, and had opted to lockina liberalism and daily pay-democratic English datradio that dominated the courses legal of Coimbra. ‘ ‘ As article percebemosnesse, the Brazilian elite of the imperial time had its intentions bemdefinidas with regard to the maintenance of its privileges in the administraoimperial, being that the creation of institutions that gave support to them was defundamental importance, in this intention is that in the Regencial period, time demaior turbulence in empire, which had D.