The Spanish Constitution of 1978,' a milestone in Spain's transition from the Franco era to the ranks of Western European democracies, has been described, in at least one respect, as "absolutely innovative on the panorama of European constitutions” It is "the first constitution worldwide to raise consumer protection to the status of a principle of general law."
"The Spanish Products Liability Act Of 1994,"
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