Maximilien François Marie Isidore de Robespierre
Secondly, The Legislature worked from October 1st, 1791, until September 1972. Within the Legislative Assembly, there was discussed the legislature between the Constituent National Assembly and the National Convention as well.
The Legislative Assembly consisted of two opposing political currents: the bourgeoisie who favored a constitutional monarchy (limiting the king by a constitution, with a Congress and a Supreme Court); and, another group called democratic "Jacobins", who did not want kings but a republican democracy, like the American-style.
The Revolutionary Tribunal was established in Paris by the Convention, in order to prosecute anyone who offended the Revolution. Later, it became an exercise more than "Reign of Terror" of Robespierre, who created the "Committee of Public Safety" to clean anti-revolutionary France.
A ten-month period of oppression and execution in France from late 1793 to mid-1794, organized by Maximilien Robespierre and the Committee of Public Safety