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List of Presidents of the National Assembly of France


This page lists Presidents of the French parliament or, as the case may be, of its lower Chamber

The National Constituent Assembly was created in 1789 out of the Estates-General It, and the revolutionary legislative assemblies that followed – the Legislative Assembly 1791–1792 and the National Convention 1792–1795, had a quickly rotating Presidency With the establishment of the Directory in 1795, there were two chambers of the French legislature The lower, the Council of Five Hundred, also had a quickly rotating chairmanship Under Napoleon I, the Legislative Corps had all authority to actually enact laws, but was essentially a rubberstamp body, lacking the power to debate legislation With the restoration of the monarchy, a bicameral system was restored, with a Chamber of Peers and a Chamber of Deputies The Chamber of Deputies, for the first time, had presidents elected for a substantial period of time

With the revolution of 1848, the monarchical assemblies were dissolved and replaced again with a unicameral National Assembly, which Napoleon III replaced with a new version of his uncle's Legislative Corps With the establishment of the Third Republic, the name of Chamber of Deputies was restored, and after 1876 was joined by a Senate as an upper house The Chamber of Deputies was renamed the National Assembly in the constitution of the Fourth Republic, and is still known as that

Contents

  • 1 Presidents of the National Constituent Assembly 1789–1791
  • 2 Presidents of the Legislative Assembly 1791–1792
  • 3 Presidents of the National Convention, 1792–1795
  • 4 Presidents of the Council of Five Hundred 1795–1799
  • 5 Presidents of the Legislative Corps 1800–1814
  • 6 President of the Chamber of Départements' Deputies, 1814–1815
  • 7 President of the Chamber of Representatives 1814–1815
  • 8 Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies of the Departments 1815–1830
  • 9 Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies 1830–1848
  • 10 Presidents of the National Constituent Assembly 1848–1849
  • 11 President of the National Legislative Assembly 1849–1852
  • 12 Presidents of the Legislative Corps 1852–1870
  • 13 Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies 1871–1940
  • 14 President of the Consultative Assembly 1943–1945
  • 15 Presidents of the Constituent National Assembly 1945–1946
  • 16 Presidents of the National Assembly, Fourth Republic 1946–1958
  • 17 Presidents of the National Assembly, Fifth Republic 1958–present
  • 18 References

Presidents of the National Constituent Assembly 1789–1791edit

Main article: National Constituent Assembly

Presidents of the National Constituent Assembly rotated in short periods

L'Assemblée Nationale Constituante
President Began Ended
Jean-Sylvain Bailly 17 June 1789 3 July 1789
Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans 3 July 1789 3 July 1789
Jean-Georges Lefranc de Pompignan 3 July 1789 18 July 1789
François Alexandre Frédéric, duc de La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt 18 July 1789 3 August 1789
Jacques Guillaume Thouret 3 August 1789 3 August 1789
Isaac René Guy le Chapelier 3 August 1789 17 August 1789
Stanislas, comte de Clermont-Tonnerre 17 August 1789 31 August 1789
César Guillaume de La Luzerne 31 August 1789 9 September 1789
Stanislas, comte de Clermont-Tonnerre 9 September 1789 28 September 1789
Jean-Joseph Mounier 28 September 1789 10 October 1789
Emmanuel Marie Michel Philippe Fréteau de Saint-Just 10 October 1789 28 October 1789
Armand Gaston Camus 28 October 1789 12 November 1789
Jacques Guillaume Thouret 12 November 1789 23 November 1789
Raymond de Boisgelin de Cucé 23 November 1789 5 December 1789
Emmanuel Marie Michel Philippe Fréteau de Saint-Just 5 December 1789 22 December 1789
Jean-Nicolas Démeunier 22 December 1789 4 January 1790
François Xavier de Montesquiou-Fézensac 4 January 1790 18 January 1790
Guy Jean Baptiste Target 18 January 1790 2 February 1790
Jean Xavier Bureaux de Puzy 2 February 1790 16 February 1790
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord 16 February 1790 28 February 1790
François Xavier de Montesquiou-Fézensac 28 February 1790 15 March 1790
Jean-Paul Rabaut Saint-Étienne 15 March 1790 27 March 1790
Jean-François, baron de Menou 27 March 1790 12 April 1790
Charles François, Marquis de Bonnay 12 April 1790 27 April 1790
François Henri, comte de Virieu 27 April 1790 29 April 1790
Jean-Louis Gouttes 29 April 1790 8 May 1790
Jacques Guillaume Thouret 8 May 1790 27 May 1790
Bon-Albert Briois de Beaumetz 27 May 1790 8 June 1790
Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès 8 June 1790 21 June 1790
Louis-Michel Le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau 21 June 1790 5 July 1790
Charles-François de Bonnay 5 July 1790 20 July 1790
Jean-Baptiste Treilhard 20 July 1790 31 July 1790
Antoine d' André 31 July 1790 16 August 1790
Samuel-Pierre Du Pont de Nemours 16 August 1790 30 August 1790
Joseph-Henri baron de Jessé 30 August 1790 11 September 1790
Jean-Xavier Bureaux de Puzy 11 September 1790 25 September 1790
Jean-Louis Emmery 25 September 1790 9 October 1790
Philippe-Antoine Merlin known as Merlin de Douai 9 October 1790 25 October 1790
Antoine Barnave 25 October 1790 8 November 1790
Charles-Antoine Chasset 8 November 1790 20 November 1790
Alexandre de Lameth 20 November 1790 4 December 1790
Jérôme Pétion de Villeneuve 4 December 1790 20 December 1790
Charles François, Marquis de Bonnay 20 December 1790 20 December 1790
Antoine d' André 20 December 1790 4 January 1791
Jean-Louis Emmery 4 January 1791 18 January 1791
Henri Jean-Baptiste Grégoire 18 January 1791 29 January 1791
Honoré-Gabriel Riqueti, comte de Mirabeau 29 January 1791 14 February 1791
Adrien Duport 14 February 1791 26 February 1791
Louis-Marie, vicomte de Noailles 26 February 1791 14 March 1791
Anne-Pierre, marquis Montesquiou-Fezenac 14 March 1791 29 March 1791
François Denis Tronchet 29 March 1791 9 April 1791
Jean-Baptiste-Charle Chabroud 9 April 1791 23 April 1791
Jean-François Reubell 23 April 1791 9 May 1791
Antoine d' André 9 May 1791 24 May 1791
Jean-Xavier Bureaux de Puzy 24 May 1791 6 June 1791
Luc Dauchy 6 June 1791 19 June 1791
Alexandre, vicomte de Beauharnais 19 June 1791 3 July 1791
Charles de Lameth 3 July 1791 19 July 1791
Joseph Defermon des Chapellières 19 July 1791 30 July 1791
Alexandre, vicomte de Beauharnais 30 July 1791 13 August 1791
Charles-Louis-Victor de Broglie 13 August 1791 27 August 1791
Théodore Vernier 27 August 1791 10 September 1791
Jacques Guillaume Thouret 10 September 1791 30 September 1791

Presidents of the Legislative Assembly 1791–1792edit

Main article: Legislative Assembly France

Presidents of the Legislative Assembly rotated in short periods

L'Assemblée Nationale Legislative
President Began Ended
Claude Batault 1 October 1791 3 October 1791
Emmanuel Pastoret 3 October 1791 17 October 1791
Jean-Baptiste Ducastel 17 October 1791 30 October 1791
Pierre-Victurnien Vergniaud 30 October 1791 15 November 1791
Vincent-Marie Viénot de Vaublanc 15 November 1791 28 November 1791
Bernard Germain Étienne Médard de La Ville-sur-Illon, comte de La Cépède 28 November 1791 10 December 1791
Pierre-Édouard Lémontey 10 December 1791 26 December 1791
Nicolas-Louis François de Neufchâteau 26 December 1791 8 January 1792
Jean-Antoine d' Averhoult 8 January 1792 22 January 1792
Élie Guadet 22 January 1792 7 February 1792
Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat, Marquis de Condorcet 7 February 1792 19 February 1792
Mathieu Dumas 19 February 1792 4 March 1792
Louis-Bernard Guyton-Morveau 4 March 1792 19 March 1792
Armand Gensonné 19 March 1792 2 April 1792
Claude Dorizy 2 April 1792 15 April 1792
Félix Bigot, comte de Préameneu 15 April 1792 29 April 1792
Jean-Gérard Lacuée, comte de Cessac 29 April 1792 13 May 1792
Honoré Muraire 13 May 1792 27 May 1792
François-Alexandre Tardiveau 27 May 1792 10 June 1792
Antoine Français de Nantes 10 June 1792 24 June 1792
Stanislas Girardin 24 June 1792 8 July 1792
Jean-Baptiste Annibal Aubert du Bayet 8 July 1792 22 July 1792
André-Daniel Laffon de Ladébat 22 July 1792 7 August 1792
Jean-François Merlet 7 August 1792 20 August 1792
Jean-François Delacroix 20 August 1792 2 September 1792
Marie-Jean Hérault de Séchelles 2 September 1792 16 September 1792
Pierre Joseph Cambon 16 September 1792 19 September 1792

Presidents of the National Convention, 1792–1795edit

Bold indicates second term as President

CoPS refers to Committee of Public Safety

CoGS refers to Committee of General Security

President Began Ended Notes
Philippe Rühl 20 September 1792 20 September 1792 Served briefly at opening of first session as Dean
Jérôme Pétion de Villeneuve 20 September 1792 4 October 1792 Girondist: Committed suicide while in hiding June 1794
Jean-François Delacroix 4 October 1792 18 October 1792 Executed with Danton, 5 April 1794
Marguerite-Élie Guadet 18 October 1792 1 November 1792 Girondist: Executed 17 June 1794
Marie-Jean Hérault de Séchelles 1 November 1792 15 November 1792 Executed with Danton, 5 April 1794

Member of CoPS 30 May 1793 - 29 Dec 1793

Henri Grégoire 15 November 1792 29 November 1792 Constitutional Bishop of Blois
Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac 29 November 1792 13 December 1792 Member of CoPS 7 April 1793 - 1 September 1794
Jacques Defermon des Chapelieres 15 December 1792 27 December 1792 a Girondist who survived in hiding
Jean-Baptiste Treilhard 27 December 1792 10 January 1793 Member of CoPS 7 Apr 1793 - 12 Jun 1793, 31 Jul 1794 - 5 Nov 1794, and 4 May 1795 - 2 Aug 1795
Pierre-Victurnien Vergniaud 10 January 1793 24 January 1793 Girondist: Executed 31 October 1793
Jean-Paul Rabaut Saint-Étienne 24 January 1793 7 February 1793 Girondist: Executed 5 December 1793
Jean-Jacques Bréard 7 February 1793 21 February 1793 Member of CoPS 7 Apr 1793 - 5 Jun 1793, 31 Jul 1794 - 5 Dec 1794, 4 Jan 1795 - 4 May 1795
Edmond Louis Alexis Dubois-Crancé 21 February 1793 7 March 1793
Armand Gensonné 7 March 1793 21 March 1793 Girondist: Executed 31 October 1793
Jean Debry 21 March 1793 4 April 1793 Later served as member of CoGS
Jean-François-Bertrand Delmas 4 April 1793 18 April 1793 Member of CoPS 4 Apr 1793 - 10 Jul 1793, 1 Sep 1794 - 4 Jan 1795
Marc David Alba Lasource 18 April 1793 2 May 1793 Girondist: Executed 31 October 1793
Jean-Baptiste Boyer-Fonfrède 2 May 1793 16 May 1793 Girondist: Executed 31 October 1793
Maximin Isnard 16 May 1793 30 May 1793 Member of CoGS

Girondist who survived in hiding

François René Auguste Mallarmé 30 May 1793 13 June 1793
Jean-Marie Collot d'Herbois 13 June 1793 27 June 1793 Member of CoPS 6 Sep 1793 - 1 Sep 1794
Jacques-Alexis Thuriot de la Rosière 27 June 1793 11 July 1793 Member of CoPS 10 Jul 1793 - 20 Sep 1793, 31 Jul 1794 - 5 Dec 1794
Jean Bon Saint-André 11 July 1793 25 July 1793 Member of CoPS 12 Jun 1793 - 31 Jul 1794
Georges Danton 25 July 1793 8 August 1793 Executed 5 April 1794
Marie-Jean Hérault de Séchelles 8 August 1793 22 August 1793 See above
Maximilien Robespierre 22 August 1793 5 September 1793 Executed 28 July 1794

Member of CoPS 27 Jul 1793 - 27 Jul 1794

Jacques Nicolas Billaud-Varenne 5 September 1793 19 September 1793 Member of CoPS 6 Sep 1793 - 1 Sep 1794
Joseph Cambon 19 September 1793 3 October 1793 Member of Finance Committee, created Great Book of the Public Debt
Louis-Joseph Charlier 3 October 1793 22 October 1793
Moyse Bayle 22 October 1793 6 November 1793
Pierre Antoine Laloy 6 November 1793 21 November 1793
Gilbert Romme 21 November 1793 6 December 1793 Committed suicide after failed Prairial Insurrection of Year III
Jean-Henri Voulland 6 December 1793 21 December 1793 Member of CoGS
Georges Couthon 21 December 1793 5 January 1794 Executed with Robespierre

Member of CoPS 30 May 1793 - 27 Jul 1794

Jacques-Louis David 5 January 1794 20 January 1794 Famous painter

Member of CoGS

Marc-Guillaume-Alexis Vadier 20 January 1794 4 February 1794 Member of CoGS
Joseph-Nicolas Barbeau du Barran 4 February 1794 19 February 1794 Known as Dubarran
Louis Saint-Just 19 February 1794 6 March 1794 Executed with Robespierre

A member of CoPS 30 May 1793 - 27 Jul 1794

Philippe Rühl 6 March 1794 21 March 1794 Member of CoGS
Jean-Lambert Tallien 21 March 1794 5 April 1794
Jean-Pierre-André Amar 5 April 1794 20 April 1794 Member of CoGS
Jean-Baptiste-Robert Lindet 20 April 1794 5 May 1794 Member of CoPS 7 Apr 1793 - 12 Jun 1793, 22 Jun 1793 - 6 Oct 1794
Lazare Carnot 5 May 1794 20 May 1794 Member of CoPS 14 Aug 1793 - 6 Oct 1794

Director of France 4 November 1795 – 5 September 1797

Claude-Antoine Prieur de la Côte d'Or 20 May 1794 4 June 1794 Member of CoPS 14 Aug 1793 - 6 Oct 1794
Maximilien Robespierre 4 June 1794 19 June 1794 Presided over Festival of the Supreme Being in this term
Élie Lacoste 19 June 1794 5 July 1794
Jean-Antoine Louis du Bas-Rhin 5 July 1794 19 July 1794 Member of CoGS
Jean-Marie Collot d'Herbois 19 July 1794 3 August 1794 See above
Philippe-Antoine Merlin de Douai 3 August 1794 18 August 1794 Member of CoPS 1 Sep 1794 - 4 Jan 1795, 3 Feb 1795 - 3 Jun 1795, 2 Aug 1795 - 4 Nov 1795

Director of France 8 September 1797 – 18 June 1799

Antoine-Christophe Merlin de Thionville 18 August 1794 2 September 1794
André Antoine Bernard de Saintes 2 September 1794 22 September 1794
André Dumont 22 September 1794 7 October 1794
Jean Jacques Régis Cambacérès 7 October 1794 22 October 1794 Napoleon's Second Consul 12 December 1799 – 18 May 1804
Pierre Louis Prieur de la Marne 22 October 1794 6 November 1794 Member of CoPS 10 Jul 1793 - 31 Jul 1794, 6 Oct 1794 - 3 Feb 1795
Louis Legendre 6 November 1794 24 November 1794
Jean Baptiste Clauzel 24 November 1794 6 December 1794
Jean-François Reubell 6 December 1794 21 December 1794 Director of France 2 November 1795 – 19 May 1799
Pierre-Louis Bentabole 21 December 1794 6 January 1795
Étienne-François Le Tourneur de la Manche 6 January 1795 20 January 1795 Director of France 2 November 1795 – 26 May 1797
Joseph-Stanislas Rovère de Fontvielle 20 January 1795 4 February 1795
Paul Barras 4 February 1795 19 February 1795 Director of France 2 November 1795 – 10 November 1799
Francois Louis Bourdon de l'Oise 19 February 1795 6 March 1795
Antoine Claire Thibaudeau 6 March 1795 24 March 1795
Jean Pelet de la Lozère 24 March 1795 5 April 1795 Protestant leader
François Antoine de Boissy d'Anglas 5 April 1795 20 April 1795 Member of CoPS 3 Jul 1795 - 4 Nov 1795
Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès 20 April 1795 5 May 1795 Director of France 20 May 1799 – 10 November 1799

Arranged coup of 18 Brumaire, Napoleon's Second Consul 10 November – 12 December 1799

Théodore Vernier 5 May 1795 26 May 1795
Jean-Baptiste Mathieu-Mirampal 26 May 1795 4 June 1795
Jean-Denis Lanjuinais 4 June 1795 19 June 1795
Jean-Baptiste Louvet de Couvrai 19 June 1795 4 July 1795
Louis Gustave le Doulcet 4 July 1795 19 July 1795 Girondist survivor
Louis Marie de La Révellière-Lépeaux 19 July 1795 3 August 1795 Director of France 2 November 1795 – 18 June 1799
Pierre Claude François Daunou 3 August 1795 19 August 1795 Girondist survivor
Joseph Chénier 19 August 1795 2 September 1795
Théophile Berlier 2 September 1795 23 September 1795
Pierre-Charles Baudin des Ardennes 23 September 1795 8 October 1795
Jean Joseph Victor Génissieu 8 October 1795 26 October 1795 Minister of Justice and Lord Chancellor of France 5 January - 4 April 1796

Presidents of the Council of Five Hundred 1795–1799edit

Le Conseil des Cinq-Cents
Präsident Beginn Ende
Pierre-Claude Daunou 28 October 1795 21 November 1795
Marie-Joseph Chénier 22 November 1795 21 December 1795
Jean-Baptiste Treilhard 22 December 1795 20 January 1796
Armand-Gaston Camus 21 January 1796 19 February 1796
Antoine Claire Thibaudeau 20 February 1796 20 March 1796
Gustave Doulcet de Pontécoulant 21 March 1796 19 April 1796
Aaron-Jean-François Crassous 20 April 1796 19 May 1796
Joseph Defermon des Chapellières 20 May 1796 18 June 1796
Jean Pelet known as Pelet de la Lozère 19 June 1796 18 July 1796
François-Antoine Boissy d’Anglas 19 July 1796 17 August 1796
Emmanuel Pastoret 18 August 1796 21 September 1796
Charles-Antoine Chasset 22 September 1796 21 October 1796
Jean-Jacques Régis de Cambacérès 22 October 1796 20 November 1796
Nicolas-Marie Quinette de Rochemont 21 November 1796 20 December 1796
Jean Debry 21 December 1796 19 January 1797
François Riou de Kersalaun 20 January 1797 18 February 1797
Pierre-Antoine Laloy 19 February 1797 20 March 1797
Michel Lecointe-Puyraveau 21 March 1797 21 April 1797
François Lamarque 21 April 1797 19 May 1797
Jean-Charles Pichegru 20 May 1797 18 June 1797
Pierre-François Henry La Rivière 19 June 1797 18 July 1797
Joseph-Vincent Dumolard 19 July 1797 17 August 1797
Joseph-Jérôme Siméon 18 August 1797 21 September 1797
François Lamarque interim 18 August 1797 21 September 1797
Jean-Baptiste, comte Jourdan 22 September 1797 21 October 1797
François-Toussaint Villers 22 October 1797 20 November 1797
Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyès 21 November 1797 20 December 1797
Joseph Boulay de la Meurthe 21 December 1797 19 January 1798
Jacques-Charles Bailleul 20 January 1798 18 February 1798
Antoine-François Hardy 19 February 1798 20 March 1798
Alexis Pison du Galland 21 March 1798 19 April 1798
Joseph-Clément Poullain de Grandprey 20 April 1798 19 May 1798
Jacques Antoine Creuzé-Latouche 20 May 1798 18 June 1798
Marie-Joseph Chénier 19 June 1798 19 July 1798
Michel Lecointe-Puyraveau 20 July 1798 17 August 1798
Pierre-Claude Daunou 18 August 1798 21 September 1798
Jean-Baptiste, comte Jourdan 22 September 1798 21 October 1798
Dieudonné Dubois 22 October 1798 20 November 1798
Julien Savary 21 November 1798 20 December 1798
Théophile Berlier 21 December 1798 19 January 1799
Jean-Baptiste Leclerc known as Leclerc du Maine et Loire 20 January 1799 18 February 1799
Gabriel Malès 19 February 1799 20 March 1799
Philippe-Laurent Pons 21 March 1799 19 April 1799
Jean-Marie Heurtault de la Merville 20 April 1799 19 May 1799
Jean Debry 20 May 1799 18 June 1799
Charles-François Génissieu 19 June 1799 18 July 1799
Jean-Baptiste Quirot 19 July 1799 17 August 1799
Joseph Boulay de la Meurthe 18 August 1799 22 September 1799
Jean-Pierre Chazal 23 September 1799 22 October 1799
Lucien Bonaparte 23 October 1799 12 November 1799
Joseph Boulay de la Meurthe 22 November 1799 21 December 1799
Pierre-Claude Daunou 22 December 1799 26 December 1799
Jean-Ignace Jacqueminot 22 December 1799 26 December 1799

Presidents of the Legislative Corps 1800–1814edit

President Began Ended
Jean-Baptiste Perrin des Vosges 1 January 1800 21 January 1800
Jean-Pierre Duval 21 January 1800 5 February 1800
Baptiste Gregoire 5 February 1800 20 February 1800
Jean-Baptiste Girot-Pouzol 20 February 1800 7 March 1800
Claude Pierre Dellay d'Agier 7 March 1800 22 March 1800
Isaac Tarteyron 22 March 1800 31 March 1800
Pierre Jacques Chatry-Lafosse 22 November 1800 7 December 1800
Alexis Pison du Galland 7 December 1800 22 December 1800
Antoine Bourg-Laprade 22 December 1800 6 January 1801
Jean-Jacques Bréard 6 January 1801 21 January 1801
Jean-Francois Rossée 21 January 1801 5 February 1801
Jacques Poisson de Coudreville 5 February 1801 20 February 1801
Jean-Baptiste Leclerc, dit Leclerc du Maine et Loire 20 February 1801 7 March 1801
Francois Joseph Lefebvre-Cayet 7 March 1801 21 March 1802
Charles Francois Dupuis 22 November 1801 7 December 1801
Jean Francois Baraillon 7 December 1801 22 December 1801
Pierre Louis Lefebvre-Laroche 22 December 1801 6 January 1802
Nicolas-Bernard Belzais-Courménil 6 January 1802 21 January 1802
Joseph Pematin 21 January 1802 5 February 1802
Denis Couzard 5 February 1802 20 February 1802
Louis Ramond de Carbonnières 20 February 1802 7 March 1802
Jaques Devismes 7 March 1802 22 March 1802
Jean-Francois-Joseph Marcorelle 5 April 1802 21 April 1802
Francois Lobjoy 21 April 1802 6 May 1802
Pierre-Antoine Rabaut-Dupuis 6 May 1802 20 May 1802
Francois Delattre 21 February 1803 7 March 1803
Jean-Francois Méric 7 March 1803 22 March 1803
Jean-Louis Girod de L'Ain 22 March 1803 6 April 1803
Marie-Félix Faulcon 6 April 1803 21 April 1803
Vincent-Marie Viénot-Vaublanc 21 April 1803 7 May 1803
Francois Lagrange 7 May 1803 21 May 1803
Jérôme Reynaud de Lascours 21 May 1803 29 May 1803
Louis de Fontanes 10 January 1804 24 January 1810
Élisabeth-Pierre de Montesquiou-Fezensac 24 January 1810 23 November 1813
Claude Ambroise Régnier 23 November 1813 4 June 1814

President of the Chamber of Départements' Deputies, 1814–1815edit

President Began Ended
Joseph, Vicomte Lainé 11 June 1814 20 March 1815

President of the Chamber of Representatives 1814–1815edit

President Began Ended
Jean-Denis, Comte Lanjuinais 4 June 1815 13 July 1815

Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies of the Departments 1815–1830edit

President Began Ended
Joseph, Vicomte Lainé 12 October 1815 5 September 1816
Étienne, Duc Pasquier 12 November 1816 13 November 1817
Pierre François Hercule, Comte de Serre 13 November 1817 11 December 1818
Auguste Ravez 11 December 1818 5 November 1827
Pierre Paul Royer-Collard 25 February 1828 16 May 1830

Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies 1830–1848edit

President Began Ended
Casimir Pierre Perier 6 August 1830 21 August 1830
Jacques Laffitte 21 August 1830 11 November 1830
Casimir Pierre Perier 11 November 1830 31 May 1831
Louis Gaspard Amédée, baron Girod de l'Ain 1 August 1831 28 April 1832
André Marie Dupin 29 April 1832 2 February 1839
Hippolyte Passy 16 April 1839 12 May 1839
Paul Sauzet 24 December 1839 24 February 1848

Presidents of the National Constituent Assembly 1848–1849edit

President Began Ended
Philippe Joseph Benjamin Buchez 5 May 1848 5 June 1848
Antoine Marie Jules Sénard 5 June 1848 29 June 1848
Alexandre Marie 29 June 1848 19 July 1848
Armand Marrast 19 July 1848 26 May 1849

President of the National Legislative Assembly 1849–1852edit

President Began Ended
André Marie Dupin 1 June 1849 2 December 1851

Presidents of the Legislative Corps 1852–1870edit

Political Party:   Bonapartist

Portrait Name Took office Left office Political Party Legislature
Election
Adolphe Billault 9 March 1852 12 November 1854 Bonapartist I
Charles, duc de Morny 12 November 1854 10 March 1865 Bonapartist I · II · III
Alexandre, comte Walewski 1 September 1865 29 March 1867 Bonapartist III
Eugène Schneider 2 April 1867 4 September 1870 Bonapartist III · IV

Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies 1871–1940edit

Portrait Name Took office Left office Political Party
Jules Grévy
1st term
16 February 1871 2 April 1873 Left Republican
Louis Buffet 4 April 1873 15 March 1875 Conservative
Moderate Monarchist
Gaston Audiffret-Pasquier 15 March 1875 6 March 1876 Conservative
Moderate Monarchist
Jules Grévy
1st term
provisional to 13 March 1876
8 March 1876 31 January 1879 Left Republican
Léon Gambetta 31 January 1879 3 November 1881 Opportunist Republican
Henri Brisson
1st term
3 November 1881 8 April 1885 Radical Republican
Charles Floquet
1st term
8 April 1885 4 April 1888 Radical Republican
Jules Méline 4 April 1888 16 November 1889 Left Republican
Charles Floquet
2nd term
16 November 1889 16 January 1893 Radical Republican
Jean Casimir-Perier
1st term
16 January 1893 5 December 1895 Left Republican
Charles Dupuy 5 December 1893 2 June 1894 Left Republican
Jean Casimir-Perier
2nd term
2 June 1894 5 July 1894 Left Republican
Auguste Burdeau 5 July 1894 12 December 1894 Left Republican
Henri Brisson
2nd term
18 December 1894 9 June 1898 Radical Republican
Paul Deschanel
1st term
9 June 1898 10 June 1902 Democratic Republican Alliance
Léon Bourgeois 10 June 1902 12 January 1904 Radical Socialist Party
Henri Brisson
3rd term
12 January 1904 10 January 1905 Radical Socialist Party
Paul Doumer 10 January 1905 8 June 1906 Radical Socialist Party
Henri Brisson
4th term
8 June 1906 23 May 1912 Radical Socialist Party
Paul Deschanel
2nd term
23 May 1912 12 February 1920 Democratic Alliance
Raoul Péret
1st term
12 February 1920 9 June 1924 Democratic Alliance
Paul Painlevé 9 June 1924 22 April 1925 Republican-Socialist Party
Édouard Herriot
1st term
22 April 1925 22 July 1926 Radical Socialist Party
Raoul Péret
2nd term
22 July 1926 11 January 1927 Democratic Alliance
Fernand Bouisson 11 January 1927 31 May 1936 Republican-Socialist Party
Édouard Herriot
2nd term
4 June 1936 9 July 1940 Radical Socialist Party

President of the Consultative Assembly 1943–1945edit

Political Party:   SFIO

Portrait Name Took office Left office Political Party Legislature
Election
Félix Gouin 9 November 1943 8 November 1945 SFIO Provisional

Presidents of the Constituent National Assembly 1945–1946edit

Political Party:   SFIO

Portrait Name Took office Left office Political Party Legislature
Election
Félix Gouin 8 November 1945 22 January 1946 SFIO I 1945
Vincent Auriol 31 January 1946 27 November 1946 SFIO II Jun1946

Presidents of the National Assembly, Fourth Republic 1946–1958edit

Political Party:   SFIO   Radical   MRP

Portrait Name Took office Left office Political Party Legislature
Election
Vincent Auriol 3 December 1946 21 January 1947 SFIO I Nov1946
Édouard Herriot 21 January 1947 12 January 1954 Radical
II 1951
André Le Troquer
1st term
12 January 1954 11 January 1955 SFIO
Pierre Schneiter 11 January 1955 24 January 1956 MRP
André Le Troquer
2nd term
24 January 1956 9 December 1958 SFIO III 1956

Presidents of the National Assembly, Fifth Republic 1958–presentedit

Political Party:   UNR; UDR   RPR; UMP; LR   PS   REM

Portrait Name Took office Left office Political Party Legislature
Election
Jacques Chaban-Delmas
1st term
9 December 1958 25 June 1969 UNR
UDR
I · II · III · IV
Achille Peretti 25 June 1969 2 April 1973 UDR IV 1968
Edgar Faure 2 April 1973 3 April 1978 UDR
RPR
V 1973
Jacques Chaban-Delmas
2nd term
3 April 1978 2 July 1981 RPR VI 1978
Louis Mermaz 2 July 1981 2 April 1986 PS VII 1981
Jacques Chaban-Delmas
3rd term
2 April 1986 23 June 1988 RPR VIII 1986
Laurent Fabius
1st term
23 June 1988 22 January 1992 PS IX 1988
Henri Emmanuelli 22 January 1992 2 April 1993 PS
Philippe Séguin 2 April 1993 12 June 1997 RPR X 1993
Laurent Fabius
2nd term
12 June 1997 29 March 2000 PS XI 1997
Raymond Forni 29 March 2000 25 June 2002 PS
Jean-Louis Debré 25 June 2002 2 March 2007 UMP XII 2002
Patrick Ollier 7 March 2007 19 June 2007 UMP
Bernard Accoyer 26 June 2007 19 June 2012 UMP XIII 2007
Claude Bartolone 26 June 2012 20 June 2017 PS XIV 2012
François de Rugy 27 June 2017 incumbent REM XV 2017

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