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  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : French National Assembly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The French National Assembly (French: "Assemblée nationale") is one of the two houses of the bicameral Parliament of France under the Fifth Republic.
The term of the National Assembly is five years; however, the President of France may dissolve the Assembly (by i.e.: calling a new election), unless he dissolved it in the preceding year.
The official seat of the National Assembly is the Palais Bourbon on the banks of the river Seine.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /French_National_Assembly   (234 words)

 French Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The French Revolution (1789–1799) was a pivotal period in the history of French, European and Western civilization.
The Concordat of 1801 between Napoleon and the Church ended the dechristianisation period and established the rules for a relationship between the Catholic Church and the French State that lasted until it was abrogated by the Third Republic via the separation of church and state on 11 December 1905.
The Assembly replaced the historic provinces with eighty-three départements, uniformly administered and approximately equal to one another in extent and population.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/French_revolution   (4934 words)

 French National Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
French deputies are elected in each constituency through a two rounds system.
Following a tradition started by the first French National Assembly during the French revolution, the "left-wing" parties sit to the left as seen from the president's seat, and the "right-wing" parties sit to the right, and the seating arrangement thus directly indicates the political spectrum as represented in the Assembly.
For this reason, the prime minister and his cabinet are necessarily from the dominant party or coalition in the assembly.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/French_National_Assembly   (588 words)

 French National Assembly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The present-day French National Assembly (French : "Assemblée nationale") is one of the two houses of thebicameral Parliament of France under the Fifth Republic.
The official seat of the National Assembly is the Palais Bourbon onthe banks of the river Seine.
The National Assembly (French: "Assemblée nationale") was also a body during the French Revolution that was transitional between the Estates-General and the National Constituent Assembly.
www.therfcc.org /french-national-assembly-4612.html   (231 words)

 National Assembly (French Revolution) - Definition, explanation
During the French Revolution, the National Assembly (French: Assemblée nationale) was a transitional body between the Estates-General and the National Constituent Assembly which existed from June 17 to July 9 of 1789.
Initially, the Assembly announced (and for the most part probably believed) itself to be operating in the interests of King Louis XVI as well as those of the people.
Those of the clergy who had joined the Assembly at the church of Saint Louis remained in the Assembly; forty-seven members of the nobility, including the Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans, soon joined them; by June 27, the royal party had overtly given in, although the likelihood of a military counter-coup remained in the air.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/n/na/national_assembly__french_revolution_.php   (813 words)

 French National Assembly - The French National Assembly explained to youths
The National Assembly is elected for 5 years but its life may be shortened if it is dissolved by the President of the Republic (as was the case in 1962, 1968, 1981, 1986 and 1997).
Constitutional Acts must be adopted by the National Assembly and the Senate, then by all of the deputies and senators convened in Congress, by a three-fifths majority.
The supervision of governmental action takes place in each assembly by means of debates on Government statements, questions for oral answer and for written answer, and by the creation of committees of inquiry or of temporary information assignments.
www.assemblee-nationale.fr /english/8al.asp   (369 words)

 French Assembly in TutorGig Encyclopedia
The National Assembly formed during the French Revolution on June 17, 1789.
The National Constituent Assembly, which succeeded the National Assembly on July 9, 1789.
The Legislative Assembly, which succeeded the National Constituent Assembly on October 1, 1791.
www.tutorgig.com /encyclopedia/getdefn.jsp?keywords=French_Assembly   (124 words)

 Omnipelagos.com ~ article "Assembly of French Polynesia"
The Assembly of French Polynesia (French: Assemblée de la Polynésie française) is the unicameral legislature of French Polynesia, located at the Place Tarahoi in Papeete, Tahiti.
On February 13, 2005, by-elections for the Assembly in the electoral circumscription of the Windward Islands (circonscription des Îles du Vent) were held (see also French Polynesian legislative election, 2004, Politics of French Polynesia and List of political parties in French Polynesia).
The members of the Assembly of French Polynesia are elected in 6 different multi-seat constituencies or electoral districts or electoral circumscriptions (circonscriptions électorales).
www.omnipelagos.com /entry?n=assembly_of_%46rench_%50olynesia   (296 words)

Although the federation initially included Senegal, French Sudan, Upper Volta, and Dahomey, all but Senegal and French Sudan withdrew quickly under pressure from Houphouët-Boigny, who regarded the federation's desire for independence from France as a threat to the economic development of the former French colonies.
Moreover, the PDCI used the assembly as a means of co-opting potential government opponents and securing their loyalty by providing deputies with a variety of privileges and amenities.
Ivoirian members of the French colonial marine infantry who had been born in Côte d'Ivoire were transferred to Abidjan in October 1961 and formed the core of the first battalion.
www.countrystudies.us /ivory-coast/11.htm   (669 words)

 Pacific Magazine: FRENCH POLYNESIA: French National Assembly To Review N-Test Report
Tahitipresse reports that the controversial French Polynesia Assembly inquiry committee's report on the consequences of atmospheric French nuclear tests from 1966-1974 will be presented and discussed during a Feb. 21 conference at the French National Assembly in Paris.
Unatea Hirshon, head of the inquiry committee, and two of her committee members, Jacky Bryant and Nicole Bouteau, will present the main results of the 400-page report based on a six-month study of the nuclear tests conducted on the two remote Tuamotu atolls of Moruroa and Fangataufa 1,200 kms (720 miles) southeast of Papeete.
French National Assembly Deputy Christiane Taubira of Guyana is scheduled to open the conference, which will be divided into three parts.
www.pacificmagazine.net /news/2006/02/10/french-polynesia-french-national-assembly-to-review-n-test-report   (238 words)

 Armenian Assembly of America - Press Center - NR# 2001-012
Armenian Assembly Board of Trustees Chairman Hirair Hovnanian said he, too, was heartened by the groundswell of support for the Genocide's affirmation in Europe.
The French Assembly's action follows recent resolutions and statements made by European officials and legislative bodies on the affirmation of the Armenian Genocide.
The Armenian Assembly of America had urged the French Government to pass the Genocide resolution in letters to the French Ambassador in Washington and to the Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations.
www.aaainc.org /press/release.php?pressID=310   (769 words)

 French Parliamentarians to Visit Dharamsala - www.phayul.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This is the first French parliamentary delegation to visit Dharamsala, the seat of Central Tibetan administration, in India.
The Tibet group in the National Assembly was established in 1991 and in the Senate, the Upper Chamber, in 2000.
As France is observing the Year of Tibet at the initiative of the Tibet Group in the National Assembly the visits to Dharamsala hold significance.
www.phayul.com /News/tools/print.aspx?id=9352&t=1   (255 words)

 French Assembly overrules 35-hour working week - 23/03/2005 - Personnel Today
The assembly voted by more than two to one to allow up to 13 hours' overtime on top of the 35 hours that French staff are allowed to work each week.
French employees have been becoming increasingly disaffected over the 35-hour week, and are demanding the freedom to work longer hours.
Thirty-six per cent of French workers want a return to their traditional working week of 39 hours.
www.personneltoday.com /Articles/2005/03/23/28797/French+Assembly+overrules+35-hour+working+week.htm   (304 words)

 The Assembly of Jewish Notables: Answers to Napoleon
Resolved, by the French deputies professing the religion of Moses, that the following Declaration shall precede the answers returned to the questions proposed by the Commissioners of His Imperial and Royal Majesty.
The love of the country is in the heart of Jews a sentiment so natural, so powerful, and so consonant to their religious opinions, that a French Jew considers himself in England, as among strangers, although he may be among Jews; and the case is the same with English Jews in France.
To such a pitch is this sentiment carried among them, that during the last war, French Jews have been seen fighting desperately against other Jews, the subjects of countries then at war with France.
www.ucalgary.ca /~elsegal/363_Transp/Sanhedrin.html   (2504 words)

 French Assembly to adopt controversial anti-sect law - Scientology May 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
French Assembly to adopt controversial anti-sect law - Scientology May 2001
Belfast's prestigious Queen's University has decided to stop teaching the classics after 160 years, a measure that will mean the departure of 60 instructors.
A university executive said the decision "is based on the dwindling number of students, and the strength of the department in terms of teaching and research." He said the university, instead, will invest nearly $39 million in areas such as medicine, Irish studies, management, economics and computer science.
www.lermanet.com /scientologynews/france/fined6-23-2002.htm   (83 words)

 French - St Ives School, Haslemere   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
We are hosting a conference for teachers of French from local schools on Thursday 29 September and parking may be a little difficult on that morning.
Parents are welcome to join their children for the Years 2 and 3 French assembly on Monday morning at 8.45am.
Parents are invited to join Years 4 and 6 for their French Assembly on Tuesday 29 June at 8.45am in the school hall.
www.st-ives.surrey.sch.uk /index.php?module=fatcat&fatcat[user]=viewCategory&fatcat_id=18&module_title=announce&7f9c6251a4475ed9b948bc9125dbc64a=792964663798246b0e8dfdb3724b2a6c   (361 words)

 Assemblee Nationale - Palais Bourbon - French Assembly - paris - France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Facing the Luxor obelisk this neo-classic palace (18th) houses one of the two chambers of the french parliament.
The frontage of the French Assembly, built by Poyet in 1804 and completed in 1807, matches the Madeleine church.
The National Assembly or Congress known as the Bourbon Palace, was built by 4 different architects.
www.paris-tourism.com /paris/us/patrimoine_loisirs/monuments/174.html   (326 words)

 THE ECONOMIC HISTORY AND ECONOMY OF IVORY COAST   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In 1946 he was relected to the French Assembly and formed a political party, Parti Democratique de la Cote d'Ivoire.
In France he was a member of the National Assembly and a cabinet minister and in Ivory Coast he was president of the territorial assembly and also the mayor of Abidjan.
When French West Africa was offered independence, either as separate nations or as members of a federation, Houphouet-Boigny campaigned for self-government of Ivory Coast within the French Community.
www.sjsu.edu /faculty/watkins/ivory.htm   (442 words)

 French Assembly Suspended Over Airbus Row
Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin sparked uproar in the French parliament on Tuesday when he accused the Socialist leader of cowardice in a debate over an industrial crisis at Europe's leading aerospace company.
Socialist party members stormed out of the National Assembly and weekly questions were suspended after Villepin launched a virulent assault on leftist leader Francois Hollande, who had challenged him over delays to the Airbus A380 superjumbo.
You have lost the trust of the French," Hollande said on Tuesday in an attack that provoked Villepin's fury.
news.airwise.com /story/view/1150846904.html   (262 words)

 Assembly of french chambers of commerce and industry
The Assembly of French Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ACFCI) is the national public establishment responsible for the direction and amalgamation of the French Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCI).
The ACFCI is the intermediary between all the CCIs and the French and European Public Authorities, international organisations and large public or private partners.
Its task is to provide guidance, support and advice to the chambers within their spheres of activity : economic observation, company development, territorial and infrastructural development, continuing professional education.
www.acfci.cci.fr /Site%20anglophone/index.htm   (302 words)

 Catholic World News : French National Assembly passes religous symbols ban
Paris, Feb. 11, 2004 (CWNews.com) - France's National Assembly on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a bill that would ban the wearing of certain religious symbols in public schools.
The Assembly voted 494-36 for the bill, which was primarily aimed at headscarves worn by Muslim girls for religious reasons, but will also apply to Jewish skullcaps and "large" Christian crosses.
French President Jacques Chirac announced the proposed bill last December as a way to combat what is seen as a growing Muslim fundamentalist minority in France.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=27594   (284 words)

 French Legislative Assembly
1st session of new French legislative assembly October 1, 1791 in...
Mitchell (1988) The French Legislative Assembly of 1791
In 1851, the followers of Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew burst into the French Legislative Assembly to proclaim the young president dictator.
www.dogs444.com /e7/87/french-legislative-assembly.html   (335 words)

 Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing Holds Meetings with French National Assembly Speaker and Foreign Minister
During his talks with French National Assembly Speaker Jean Louis Debre on February 7, Li said that both countries have witnessed close high-level exchanges, deepened mutual political trust, rapid development of economic and trade cooperation and dynamic cultural contact.
The exchanges between the National People's Congress (NPC) of China and the National Assembly of France have played a positive role in advancing the friendship between both peoples and pushing for all-round development of bilateral relations.
Both sides indicated that they will try to implement the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries on bilateral cooperation, make good preparations for their exchange of visits and continue to push for bilateral cooperation in the areas of railway, energy and aviation industry.
www.fmprc.gov.cn /eng/wjdt/wshd/t234705.htm   (477 words)

 JURIST - Paper Chase: French Assembly passes bill restricting immigration by unskilled workers
Joe Shaulis at 2:59 PM ET [JURIST] The French National Assembly [official website] voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to tighten immigration requirements for unskilled workers.
If adopted, the measure would allow only highly qualified immigrants from outside the EU to obtain a renewable "skills and talents" residency permit.
Such immigrants would have to agree to learn French, and their families would wait longer to get their own residency cards.
jurist.law.pitt.edu /paperchase/2006/05/french-assembly-passes-bill.php   (355 words)

 National assembly french revolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
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 Thot / UNESCO and the French French National Assembly accomodate the world Parliament of the children -
The world Parliament of the children is an initiative taken jointly by the president of the French French National Assembly, Mr.
Two pupils, a girl and a boy from 14 to 16 years, like un(e) enseignant(e) of an urban school and a rural school belonging to the network of the System of the schools associated with UNESCO could contribute to this project of international scale.
A presentation of proclamation is scheduled for October 26 at the time of the opening of the general Conference of UNESCO in front of the highest representatives of the Member States.
thot.cursus.edu /en/rubrique.asp?no=1466   (358 words)

 French Law Resources
Official French government website providing free access to legislative documents and information including the constitution, codes, official bulletins, legislative regulations and other French law related documents.
Database of bilateral, multilateral, and other treaties and agreements of which the French are a party.
The Lower house of the French Parliament where 577 députés are elected for 5-year terms.
www.ll.georgetown.edu /find/resource_display_subject.cfm?topic_id=326   (907 words)

 French National Assembly - tScholars.com
Summary of the 9 and 16 June 2002 French National Assembly election results
Union for French Democracy (Union pour la Dèmocratie Française)
Posts and Images may be subject to relevant owners' copyright.
www.tscholars.com /encyclopedia/French_National_Assembly   (419 words)

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