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The Bolognese Republic was proclaimed in 1796 in the Central Italian city of Bologna.
|Status||Client state of France|
|Historical era||French Revolutionary Wars|
• Annexed by the Cispadane Republic
|16 October 1796|
It was a French client republic established when Papal authorities escaped from the city of Bologna in June 1796. It was annexed by the Cispadane Republic on 16 October 1796.
It was given the first Jacobin Constitution written in Italy. It had a government consisting of nine consuls and its head of state was the Presidente del Magistrato, i.e. Chief magistrate, a presiding office held for four months by one of the consuls.
- ^ a b Kolla, Edward (12 October 2017). Sovereignty, International Law, and the French Revolution. Cambridge University Press. p. 231. ISBN 9781107179547. Retrieved 3 December 2021.