Indeed, the days of the liberum veto were necessarily the days of legalized insurrection.
Konarski was the first who ventured publicly to assail the liberum veto.
The liberum veto in Poland was the right of each representative to oppose the veto of the laws which were voted unanimously.
The patriotic chancellor recommended the abolition of the The liberum veto.
The consequence of the liberum veto, pushed to excess, is paralysis of power or anarchy.
He could even carry his free veto, his liberum veto, further.
One dissentient on the council could bar any proposal—on the lines of the old Polish liberum veto (chapter xxxvi, 7).
The Diet was to be confederated, that the Poles might be deprived of their last resource, the liberum veto.
This right of separation is simply the liberum veto resuscitated for the benefit of federal institutions.