The Constitution of Year 3 of 1795 states that France is headed by a 5-member executive (this is the executive power), the legislative power is attributed to the council of the 500 and the council of elders elected by censorship vote.
Freedom of speech. it was guaranteed that things did not go too well for France, especially from the economic perspective, which led Napoleon Monaparte to give a coup, to remove the headquarters and to proclaim the consulate, being the first consul in 1799.
The Consulate of France was three cosmons with executive powers, the most important being Napoleon, the first consul.
The new constitution of the 8th year did not have the principle of separation of powers in the state, consuls mingling into the legislative power that was deeply limited.
An authoritarian regime really was in place.
France was divided into departments headed directly by the prefect in front of Napoleon.
But Napoleon did positive things that made the French fit: the Royalist emigrants were reprimanded and their property secured. There was reconciliation with the Catholic Church, the churches reopened.
It’s a protectionist camel policy.
The Bank of France is established, the Napoleonic codes (civil code, criminal code, criminal code, commercial code) have been developed.
He has a good policy for reconciliation with his neighbors.