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The fourth Constitution of Uruguay was in force between 1942 and 1952.
President Alfredo Baldomir summoned a Council of State which drafted the new text. It is considered a minor reform to the previous constitution, its main change being the suppression of the "15+15"-Senate, replaced by a more traditionally elected one.
This Constitution was in force for a decade.
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