The Charter also reflected liberal ideas. It spoke of the French equality before the law, the safeguards of personal liberty, freedom of speech and the press, on the inadmissibility of persecution for political activities relating 'to the time before the restoration of the dynasty' (t. E. To the 1792-1814 gg.), And so on. d. The opponents of the monarchy saw in these positions fundamentally important recognition of the inalienable rights of the people of the king. Thus, in some respects the Charter of 1814 was more liberal than the last constitutional documents Napoleon. Anyway legitimate monarchy regime largely been focused on the rule of law, and not on the personal arbitrariness.