The essence of the parliamentary reform of 1832 was as follows; Representation in parliament from “rotten” and pocket towns is limited, 56 townships lost the right to send deputies to parliament at all 30 – they limited their representation to one deputy from each town. Large industrial cities that had no representation in parliament received this right. There was a slight increase in the number of people with active voting rights: the right to vote was given to men over the age of 21, who owned real estate that brought in at least 10 pounds of annual income and paid taxes on the poor. Tenants were given the right to vote – on a long-term lease with an income of at least 10 pounds per year and a short-term lease of at least 50 pounds. The residency requirement was set at 6 months.
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