As the new Emperor could not exert his constitutional powers until he became of age, a regency was set up by the National Assembly.  In the absence of a charismatic figure who could represent a moderate face of power, during this period a series of localized rebellions took place, as the Cabanagem , the Malê Revolt , the Balaiada , the Sabinada , and the Ragamuffin War , which emerged from the dissatisfaction of the provinces with the central power, coupled with old and latent social tensions peculiar of a vast, slaveholding and newly independent nation state .  This period of internal political and social upheaval, which included the Praieira revolt , was overcome only at the end of the 1840s, years after the end of the regency, which occurred with the premature coronation of Pedro II in 1841. 
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