French Directory election, 1795

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French Directory election, 1795
French First Republic
1792 ←
April and May 1795 → 1798

150 of 500 seats to the Council of Five Hundred
  First party Second party Third party
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Leader Paul Barras François Antoine de Boissy d'Anglas Quatremère de Quincy
Party Thermidorians Clichy Club Legitimist
Seats won 63 54 33

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The French Directory election, 1795 renewed 150 deputies (one-third) of the French Council of Five Hundred.

The election was held in April and May and only citizens paying taxes were eligible to vote.


150 Renewed[edit]

Party Seats
  Thermidorians 63
  Clichyens 54
  Legitimists 33

350 Conventional[edit]

Party Seats
  Thermidorians 242
  Marais[1] 200


  1. ^ Denis Woronoff (1972). La République bourgeoise de Thermidor à Brumaire, 1794-1799. Seuil. p. 246.