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Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen

  • French: Declaration des droits de l'homme et du citoyen de 1789
  • Type: Constitutional document



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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1789/07/09 Jean Joseph Mounier, deputy for the Dauphine, proposes that the Constitution of France be preceded by a declaration of the rights of man.
1789/08/04 Jean Mounier's proposal for a declaration of the rights of man is approved by the National Assembly.
1789/08/12 A committee of five elected representatives is set up to examine the various draft declarations of the rights of man and combine them in a single document.
1789/08/17 The committee of five submits their 19-article draft of "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen".
1789/08/19 After the National Assembly reviews all the drafts, article by article, a single, 17-article version of "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen" is adopted.
1789/08/20 The adopted version of "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen" is examined, article by article, August 20-26.
1789/08/26 Marquis de Lafayette Co-Author Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen is adopted by France's National Constituent Assembly.
1789/08/27 The "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen" is decreed and drafting of the Constitution of France begins.
1789/10/02 The committee submits the Declaration with its articles in their final order. The text is approved as it stands by the Assembly. It is decided that the Assembly President shall submit the articles of the Declaration and Constitution to the King of France.
1789/10/04 Louis XVI of France French Souvenir The King Louis XVI asks for his observations of "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen" to be submitted to the National Assembly.
1789/10/05 Louis XVI of France French Souvenir The King Louis XVI revisions are read to the National Assembly. The deputies are unhappy. A new delegation is sent to the King who, finally, accepts the articles of the Declaration and Constitution without amendment.
1789/11/03 Louis XVI of France French Souvenir Letters patent issued by the Louis XVI, promulgating certain National Assembly decrees, including the Declaration of the Rights of Man.
1789/11/17 Letters patent for the Declaration of the Rights of Man are registered with the Parliament and Chambre des comptes (Audit Chamber).
1791/08/00 The National Assembly resumes discussion of the Declaration of the Rights of Man, which is to form the preamble to the Constitution.
1791/08/08 The whole Declaration of the Rights of Man is finally approved and the text appears in the National Assembly minutes.
1791/09/03 The Declaration on the Rights of Man and the Constitution are approved by the National Assembly. A delegation is appointed to take the text, complete with the Assembly seal and the signatures of the President and secretaries, to the King.
1791/09/13 Louis XVI of France French Souvenir King Louis XVI issues a message approving the text of the Declaration on the Rights of Man and the Constitution.
1791/09/15 The signed original "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen" is deposited in the French national archives.
1808/00/00 The French National Archives are moved into the Hotel de Soubise and the Hotel de Rohan in the district of Le Marais, Paris. Archives Nationales, Paris Paris

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Particulars for Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen:
Art Type Constitutional document
Narrative Arts Factual concerned with what is actually true rather than interpretations of or reactions to it

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Original Language: French



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