- States-General of the Batavian Republic
The States General of the
Batavian Republicwas the name for the Dutch government between January, 1795 and March 1796. It was nominally the same as the States-General of the Dutch Republic, the predecessor of the Batavian Republic, as the old constitution, the Union of Utrechtremained in place till a new National Assembly of the Batavian Republicwas seated after general election, under universal manhood suffrage. In practice, however, the places of the members of the previous Orangist regime as representatives of the Seven Provinces were now taken by members of the Patriot party. The presidents of the States-General, both under the old and the new Republic, were acting as head of state for their term in office as president (usually a month).
It is a common misunderstanding that the
Stadtholderwas the head of state in the Dutch Republic. However, since 1588 the States-General had been the Sovereign power in the Republic. The stadtholder (when one was in office as for long periods of time, the so-called First Stadtholderless Periodand Second Stadtholderless Period, the Republic dispensed with their services) was just their "first servant."
Dutch heads of state between 1795 and 1796
*Johannes Lambertus Huber
30 March 1795- 6 April 1795
5 May 1795- May 1795
*Jacob George Hieronymus Hahn
19 May 1795- 2 June 1795
*Willem Aernout de Beveren
6 July 1795- Sep 1795
*Pieter Paulus Sep 1795 - ?
*Gerrit David Jordens ? -
25 November 1795
25 November 1795- Dec 1795
*Johannes Lambertus Huber Dec 1795 - 1796
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