Five Accomplishments of the National Assembly of France from 1789 to 1791
Important accomplishments of the National Assembly of France were: (i) Adoption of the Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizens.
(ii) The declaration upheld the equality of all before law; eligibility of all for public offices; freedom of speech and expression.
(iii) It denied special privileges to the nobles and clergy and stressed that the burden of taxation must be borne by all without distinction.
(iv) Church was nationalised and people were guaranteed religious freedom.
(v) The new Constitution provided for constitutional monarchy and separation of powers between the legislature, executive and judiciary.
(vi) Jury system was introduced for criminal cases.
This was the first genuine democratic Constitution of France.