1801 Batavian Republic constitutional referendum
A constitutional referendum was held in the Batavian Republic on 6 October 1801. After a previous referendum in 1798 resulted in a new constitution being approved, the French were not satisfied with this constitution, and under their influence a new constitution was written.
In 1801, a referendum was held about the new constitution. Non-voters were counted as if they agreed to the new constitution, and the constitution passed with 87.46% in favour. On 16 October 1801, the new constitution became official.
|Source: Direct Democracy|
- Batavische Republik (Niederlande), 6. Oktober 1801 : Verfassung Direct Democracy
- "Uitvoerend Bewind (1798-1801)". Europees parlement, Bureau Nederland en parlementair Documentatie Centrum UL.