How did the Golden Law affect the Brazilian monarchy?

How did the Golden Law affect the Brazilian monarchy? Golden Law, or Lei Áurea which was passed by the Brazilian Senate and sanctioned by Princess Isabel on , freed all remaining slaves (approximately 600,000) and abolished the institution of slavery. See alsoFree Birth Law; Queirós Law; Sexagenarian Law.

What were the golden laws of Brazil? On , Brazilian Princess Isabel of Bragança signed Imperial Law number 3,353. Although it contained just 18 words, it is one of the most important pieces of legislation in Brazilian history. Called the “Golden Law,” it abolished slavery in all its forms.