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The word States-General, or Estates-General, may refer to:
Currently in use
- States General of the Netherlands (Staten-Generaal) is the bicameral government of present-day Netherlands. It has evolved from the representative government of the Seventeen Provinces, later of the United Provinces, which was also called states general.
- Estates-General on the Situation and Future of the French Language in Quebec, the name of a commission set up by the government of Quebec on June 29, 2000
- Estates General (France)
- States-General of the Batavian Republic
- Estates General of French Canada (1967–69)
- States-General of Catalonia (Catalan: Junta de Braços), a consultive body of the Generalitat of Catalonia during the early modern age.
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