In the Estates General, each estate combined would only have 1 vote. More often than not, the 1st and 2nd Estates overruled the 3rd Estate. In the meeting of the Estates General, The 3rd Estate tried to change the voting.
they could have the same wage and the same payment and have the same rights
Banks refused to give Louis XVI money, while the citizens of France were highly taxedThe Third Estate insisted on a new power structure where each person’s vote would count instead of as a group.