King Louis XVI was overthrown and imprisoned on charges of betraying national interests. The Legislative Assembly resigned. In the absence of the king, there was a need to make a new constitution.
For these purposes, Legislative Assembly removed the king from power and convening a national convention.
August 11: The Assembly elects a new Committee to replace the Legislative Assembly. Jacques Danton was named Minister of Justice. The municipalities were allowed to arrest suspected enemies of the Revolution, and royalist newspapers and publications are banned.
On August 13, King Louis XVI and his family imprisoned in the Temple.