43rd House chamber

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43rd House
43rd House
1st Legislature
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Type
TypeUnicameral legislature
Leadership
GovernorNisu, Christian Party of the 43rd
since April 2018
Structure
Members7 members
Political groupsGovernment Opposition
Election
Last election1 April 2018
Meeting place
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43rd house


The 43rd house is the parliament of the Republic of the 43rd. It does not operate by electoral districts, but rather committees sending a representative to parliament once a month. Currently, It functions as a one-party state, but the governor has pushed for there to be representation of other political parties it the cabinet.

How does it work?

There are seven seats, once for the governor, one for the vice-governor, one for the navy, and one for the four committees.

The committees are formed by individuals selected by the governor, and the committees then decide amongst themselves which one of them will go to represent their concerns in parliament.

There is a one-year term limit for governors and vice-governors. they may turn into a vice-governor for a yaer and then go back t being a governor, if they are that lucky. The next election is scheduled on January 1st-15th.

If a member of a committee dies or abdicates, then he is replaced by hiring another replacement. The rest of the committee will then look at his resume, and decide if he is suited for the job. The resume template is publicly available.

Members

Committee Political Party Representative
Governor Christian Nisu
Vice-governor Christian Nisubb
Garbage disposal Commitee Christian Nisubb
Military/Navy Independent Liam Daelemans
Normalcy Commitee Independent James Reginald Frisch
Human Rights Commission Independent Horatio Eden
Agricultural Commitee Vacant Vacant