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 National Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
National Assembly of the Republic of China (limited as a dormant constitutional convention)
The National Assembly is the name of either a legislature, or the lower house of a
National Assembly for Wales (this is a special case as it can only make
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 AllRefer.com - national assembly (Political Science: Terms And Concepts) - Encyclopedia
In France, under the constitutions of the Fourth and Fifth republics, the lower house of parliament has been called the national assembly.
At the end of the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71, after the downfall of Napoleon III, France again elected a national assembly, which drew up the basic constitutional laws for the Third Republic.
The Federal Constitutional Convention of 1787 and the Frankfurt Parliament of 1848–49 were national assemblies.
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 Serbia Info News / Decisions and conclusions of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia empowers the state delegation to sign a political agreement on self rule in Kosovo-Metohija on which agreement will be reached by representatives of all ethnic communities living in Kosovo-Metohija.
The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia assesses that the Agreement proposed and signed by the state delegation constitutes a key contribution to the political process of resolving problems in Kosovo-Metohija by peaceful means.
The National Assembly expresses Serbia's determination to reach a speedy, peaceful and just agreement, so that the power of right and justice may prevail over force and injustice.
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 b. The National Assembly. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
Louis ordered troops out of Paris, and the Parisian electors formed a commune, with Lafayette commanding the National Guard and Bailly elected mayor.
Most of the clergy and many of the nobles joined the assembly—prompting the king to order the rumps of the first and second estates to join the assembly (June 27).
Rising of the peasants against the manorial lords in Dauphiné, Provence, Burgundy, and throughout France.
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 N.S.A. of France – 1960
The National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of France, faithful and obedient to the Covenant and to the Second Guardian of the Faith (National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of France elected for the year 117 of the Bahá'í era), brings to a close its activity this Ridván 118.
The National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of France ascertained that the violation was so strong that there was no immediate way in which they could oppose it in a strictly spiritual Bahá'í manner.
The Secretary convened, officially, all of the members of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of France to an extraordinary reunion to be held from the 30
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 Foreign Minister Halonen at the National Assembly of France on 27 October (en,fi) - presidency.finland.fi - News - Press Releases
Foreign Minister Halonen at the National Assembly of France on 27 October (en,fi) - presidency.finland.fi - News - Press Releases
Finnish Foreign Minister Tarja Halonen, as a representative of the EU Presidency, will address the foreign affairs committee of the National Assembly of France on Wednesday, 25 October.
Foreign Minister Halonen at the National Assembly of France on 27 October (en,fi)
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 Urhobo and the Nigerian Federation, A Guest Lecture By Peter Ekeh at Seminar of Urhobo National Assembly, October 27, 2001
The President and the National Assembly will be lending an important hand to the making of history by creating a serious environment for discussing Nigeria's constitutional affairs that is free of intimidation and violence.
Nor must Nigerians who were elected to the National Assembly over-interpret their mandate to include in their powers an imposition of a defective constitutional order on their country.
Nationally, what is so very healthy in this development is the fact that the activities of the Union of Niger Delta and of the Governors of the Niger Delta have not offended the leaders of Afenifere and Ohaneze.
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 Cults in France
Recorded with the Presidency of the National Assembly on December 22, 1995.
Therefore the national Assembly has it, by adopting unanimously on last 29 June the motion for a resolution presented by Mr.
Aggregation, at the national level, of the results obtained by department makes it possible to initially draw a certain number of charts, the first showing the number of cults, the second showing the number of their followers, the last showing the dynamics of the movement.
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 Chapter Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens, by the National Assembly of France of Rights of Man by Thomas Paine
Chapter Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens, by the National Assembly of France of Rights of Man by Thomas Paine
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens, by the National Assembly of France
‘For these reasons, the National Assembly doth recognize and declare, in the presence of the Supreme Being, and with the hope of his blessing and favour, the following sacred rights of men and of citizens:
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 FRANCE
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 Declaration of the Rights of Man - National Assembly of France - eBooks
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 French National Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of Presidents of the French National Assembly,
The National Assembly consists of 577 members known as députés ( deputies), each elected by a single-member constituency.
For information about the body formed in the
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 Madame Marie-Helene Aubert, Vice-President of the National Assembly of France and President of the Malta-France Friendship Group, on Malta Visit
Madame Marie-Helene Aubert, Vice-President of the National Assembly of France and President of the Malta-France Friendship Group, on Malta Visit
Madame Aubert is expected to depart from Malta on Thursday 20
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 The French Revolution in the Electronic Passport
For several hundred years, the states-general was an assembly that represented the "estates," or classes in France.
There was a story in France that when Louis' wife, Marie Antoinette, heard that the people had no bread, she said, "Let them eat cake." Marie Antoinette never said that, but it shows how little she knew (and some say cared) about life for the common people of France.
King Louis has supported the middle class, but people began to think he had changed his mind and would dissolve (or end) the National Assembly.
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 President of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, since the French National Assembly has the power to dismiss the Prime Minister's gouvernement, the president is forced to name a prime minister that is agreeable to the majority of this assembly; this leads to political cohabitation.
The National Assembly shall not be dissolved during the exercise of the emergency powers.
The President of France, known officially as the President of the Republic ( Président de la République in French), is France 's elected Head of State.
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 Address at the French National Assembly Paris
But, Mr President, as the Honourable Members of the National Assembly are aware, like the people of France in the 18th century, we too had to engage in struggle to free ourselves from another tyranny.
As the Honourable Members of the National Assembly are aware, some of these Structural Funds are used to address the challenge of development in those regions within the EU with per capita GDP below 75% of the EU.
I am certain that you, the esteemed Members of this honoured House, the National Assembly of France, will recognise these words that were addressed to the Representatives of the People of France 210 years ago:
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 SparkNotes: the French Revolution (1789–1799): Key People & Terms
A document, issued by the National Assembly in July 1790, that broke ties with the Catholic Church and established a national church system in France with a process for the election of regional bishops.
A member of the Legislative Assembly and National Convention who held a moderate stance and believed in the idea of a constitutional monarchy.
Because this massive debt overwhelmed all of his financial consultants, Louis XVI was forced to give in to the demands of the Parlement of Paris and convene the Estates-General—an action that led directly to the outbreak of the Revolution.
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 French National Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
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June 1997 : Elected Chairman of the Cultural, Family and Social Affairs Committee at the National Assembly March 31, 1998 : Appointed Deputy Minister to the Minister for Employment and Solidarity and entrusted with Urban Affairs.
Deputy Minister for Vocacional Education to the Minister of National Education
June 1981 : Elected National Assembly Deputy for Seine-Saint- Denis (National Assembly Secretary) ; re-elected in 1986, 1988, 1993 and 1997.
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 National Constituent Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The National Constituent Assembly (French: Assemblée nationale constituante) was formed from the National Assembly on July 9, 1789, during the first stages of the French Revolution.
Following attempts by King Louis XVI and the Second Estate to prevent the delegates from meeting, the new assembly was forced to relocate to a tennis court on June 20; there, it swore the Tennis Court Oath, promising to draft a new constitution for France.
The "Royalist democrats" (later known as "Constitutionals" or "Monarchicals") allied with Jacques Necker, inclined toward arranging France along lines similar to the British constitutional model with a House of Lords and a House of Commons:
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 Ankara, Treaty of --  Encyclopædia Britannica
also called Franklin-Bouillon Agreement (Oct. 20, 1921), pact between the government of France and the Grand National Assembly of Turkey at Ankara, signed by the French diplomat Henri Franklin-Bouillon and Yusuf Kemal Bey, the Turkish nationalist foreign minister.
It formalized the de facto recognition by France of the Grand National Assembly, rather than the government of the Ottoman sultan Mehmed VI, as the sovereign…
(Oct. 20, 1921), pact between the government of France and the Grand National Assembly of Turkey at Ankara, signed by the French diplomat Henri Franklin-Bouillon and Yusuf Kemal Bey, the Turkish...
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 Legislative Assembly (France) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the French Revolution, the Legislative Assembly was the legislature of France from 1 October 1791 to September 1792.
The Convention met on 20 September 1792 and became the new de facto government of France.
Its successor body, the Legislative Assembly, operating under the liberal French Constitution of 1791, did not last a year and was generally deemed a failure.
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 National Constituent Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The National Constituent Assembly (French: Assemblée nationale constituante) was formed from the National Assembly on July 9, 1789, during the first stages of the French Revolution.
Following attempts by King Louis XVI and the Second Estate to prevent the delegates from meeting, the new assembly was forced to relocate to a tennis court on June 20; there, it swore the Tennis Court Oath, promising to draft a new constitution for France.
For a list of presidents of the National Constituent Assembly, see: List of Presidents of the French National Assembly.
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 The Decree Abolishing the Feudal System
The National Assembly decrees that a medal shall be struck in memory of the recent grave and important deliberations for the welfare of France, and that a Te Deum shall be chanted in gratitude in all the parishes and the churches of France.
The National Assembly shall consider, immediately after the constitution, the drawing up of the laws necessary for the development of the principles which it has laid down in the present decree.
Until such provision shall be made and the former possessors shall enter upon the enjoyment of an income on the new system, the National Assembly decrees that the said tithes shall continue to be collected according to law and in the customary manner.
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 French National Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
Following from 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 thus directly indicates the political spectrum as represented in the Assembly.
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 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.
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.
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.
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 French Revolution on Encyclopedia.com
Under pressure from the commune, the Assembly suspended Louis XVI and ordered elections by universal manhood suffrage for a National Convention to draw up a new constitution.
France was still governed by privileged groups—the nobility and the clergy—while the productive classes were taxed heavily to pay for foreign wars, court extravagance, and a rising national debt.
On Aug. 4, the nobles and clergy in the Assembly, driven partly by fear and partly by an outburst of idealism, relinquished their privileges, abolishing in one night the feudal structure of France.
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 FRENCH REVOLUTION (1789-1799)
As the National Assembly (renamed the Legislative Assembly in 1791) assumed greater political control in France, it led the country into war with other European powers, both to protect the Revolutionary regime and to spread the Revolution.
The National Convention, the new body that replaced the Assembly, was dominated by the Jacobins, mostly radical bourgeois lawyers who advocated republican ideals and scorned the moderate courses of the Revolution up to 1791.
France's foreign enemies regrouped and won some battles, and a serious effort was undertaken to place Louis's s son on the throne as Louis XVII.
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 1849-50: The Class Struggles in France, 1848-50
With the Legislative National Assembly the phenomenon of the constitutional republic was completed, that is, the republican form of government in which the rule of the bourgeois class is constituted, the common rule, therefore, of the two great royalist factions that form the French bourgeoisie, the coalesced Legitimists and Orléanists, the party of Order.
The majority answered with a terrible tumult; the President of the National Assembly called Ledru-Rollin to order — Ledru-Rollin repeated the challenge, and finally laid on the President's table a motion for the impeachment of Bonaparte and his ministers.
The Barrot-Falloux Ministry was the ministry of the royalist coalition, the Hautpoul Ministry was the ministry of Bonaparte, the organ of the President as against the Legislative Assembly, the ministry of the clerks.
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