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The Revolutionary Council (Conselho da Revolução) of Portugal, was created on 14 March 1975 by the Assembly of the Armed Forces Movement (Assembleia do Movimento das Forças Armadas) with the goal of achieving the objectives of that movement's program as fast as possible and to provide the Portuguese people the security, the confidence, and social peace necessary achieve those governmental reforms. It was disbanded on 30 September 1982 by the first revision to the 1976 Constitution.
The Revolutionary Council was composed of the following positions: