The composition of the Cortes was diverse with about the remainder and one-sixth nobles with about one-third clergymen. The national assembly restructured the government created a unitary state across the Spanish empire with equal laws. Conservative Spaniards saw the Cortes as at an best interim solution at Cádiz. The liberals carried on the reformist philosophy of Carlos III, wanted equality. The principal aim of the new constitution established that the unicameral legislature. A revolutionary document marked dismissed the Cortes Generales on 4 May.
These events foreshadowed the long conflict between traditionalists and liberals. The Criollo people of Latin America rejected the pretensions of the Spaniards. The fact was considered too liberal in the colonies by the conservative elements.