miércoles, 24 de junio de 2015

June 24: Today is the anniversary of the French First Republican Constitution in 1793, or The Constitution montagnarde focused on social democracy.





A constitution is a set of principles and rules agreed by a nation or people to be governed.




The Nation is the people who inhabit a country. And the state is the set of institutions that governs the people and lives of the people, instead of serving you.






The final text of the draft was submitted to the National Convention, which ruled France after beheaded King Louis XVI to the guillotine.






The Constitution was inspired by the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen of 1789.





That constitution was submitted to a popular referendum vote male only. With very poor statistics, the adoption exceeded 80% of the vote. The Constitution was inspired based on the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen of 1789.






Those people who sat in the highest parts of the enclosure were called Les montgnards and ruled three years, between 1792 and 1795. The Constitution established the right to work, welfare, public education and public rebellion. In addition, it established the abolition of slavery linked to the Rights of Man and of the Citizen! This date is important because it sets the story in the First French Republic.





Actually, after the independence of the United States in July 1789, France was established as the Second World democracy.







Assemblymen stayed in the National Assembly which lasted from 1792-1795. The name Montagnards came from the fact that members of this group sat on the highest benches of the Assembly, while groups that sat at the bottom were known as "the Plain" (the Plaine) or "Swamp" (le Marais).









Acte constitutionnel du 24 juin 1793: The first Constitution or the Constitution montagnarde, focused on social democracy based on popular sovereignty.