Comparative table: Political structure of France in the XVII-XVIII centuries and 1789-1799

Comparative table: Political structure of France in the XVII-XVIII centuries and 1789-1799 (legislative, executive and judicial branches, army and church)

  France in the XVII-XVIII centuries. (until 1789) France after the revolution of 1789-1799
Legislature King (“The State is me!”) National Assembly
Executive power King’s ministers Government
Judicial branch Royal court New courts
Military establishment Noble militia Army on the basis of universal conscription
Church The Catholic Church is the mainstay of royalty The Catholic Church is separated from the state

 

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