French constitutional referendum, 1815
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A constitutional referendum on the constitution of the First French Empire, with Napoleon I restored to power in place of Louis XVIII, was held on 22 April 1815. As in all previous French referendums, the officially-announced result was nearly unanimous. Out of seven million eligible voters, 77.46% abstained that day.
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