Who wrote the Constitution of 1791?
the National Constituent Assembly
Who has the right to choose the National Assembly?
The government has to right to ask the assembly to pronounce themselves in one vote only with the amendments proposed or accepted by the government itself. Projects of propositions of laws will be examined succinctly by the two assembly- National Assembly and the Senate -until the text is identical.
Who declared themselves as National Assembly?
On 17 June 1789, the Communes approved the motion made by Sieyès that declared themselves the National Assembly by a vote of 490 to 90. The Third Estate now believed themselves to be a legitimate authority equal to that of the King.
Who made the Third Estate?
Abbé Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès
Why did Louis XVI try to escape?
IN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. In the midst of the events of the French Revolution, the French royal family attempted to flee the country in order to avoid retribution from the revolutionaries. This was a major event in the French Revolution as it led to the eventual deaths of both Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
What did the 3rd estate demand?
The Third Estate would become a very important early part of the French Revolution. But the dramatic inequality in voting—the Third Estate represented more people, but only had the same voting power as the clergy or the nobility—led to the Third Estate demanding more voting power, and as things developed, more rights.
Is France constitution written or unwritten?
|State||Date ratified||Word count|
|Constitution of France||October 4, 1958||10,180|
|Constitution of Gabon||1991||11,804|
|Constitution of the Gambia||January 16, 1997||43,465|
|Constitution of Georgia||August 24, 1995||11,490|
What does 1791 stand for?
the new United States of America
What type of government was the National Assembly?
22.3. 2: Establishment of the National Assembly. Following the storming of the Bastille on July 14, the National Assembly became the effective government and constitution drafter that ruled until passing the 1791 Constitution, which turned France into a constitutional monarchy.