Difference between revisions of "House of Commons (Atovia)"

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| election1          = 2 January 2018
 
| election1          = 2 January 2018
 
| leader2_type      = [[Prime Minister of Atovia|Prime Minister]]
 
| leader2_type      = [[Prime Minister of Atovia|Prime Minister]]
| leader2            = None
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| leader2            = Chase Nanatovich
| party2            = ''None''
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| party2            = <br>[[New Democratic Party (Atovia)|New Democratic Party]]
| election2          = 5 May 2017
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| election2          = 18 February 2019
 
| leader3_type      = Leader of the Opposition
 
| leader3_type      = Leader of the Opposition
| leader3            = None
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| leader3            = Erich Thaller
| party3            = ''None''
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| party3            = <br>[[Conservative Party (Atovia)|Conservative Party]]
| election3          = 5 May 2017
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| election3          = 18 February 2019
 
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Following the approval of a bill in parliament, the Supreme Court determines its constitutionality. If the bill is deemed to be unconstitutional, it is sent back to the House of Commons for changes. Once a bill is approved in parliament and determined to be constitutional, it is sent to the chancellor to approve. Finally, the bill is sent to the monarch to receive royal assent.
 
Following the approval of a bill in parliament, the Supreme Court determines its constitutionality. If the bill is deemed to be unconstitutional, it is sent back to the House of Commons for changes. Once a bill is approved in parliament and determined to be constitutional, it is sent to the chancellor to approve. Finally, the bill is sent to the monarch to receive royal assent.
 
The House of Commons is currently inactive until the 2019 [[Atovian parliamentary election, 2019|election]].
 
  
 
==Parties==
 
==Parties==

Revision as of 13:32, 18 February 2019

House of Commons of Atovia
Bundesversammlung
1st Parliament
HoC Logo Atovia.png
Type
Type
History
Founded5 May 2017
Leadership
Speaker
Chase Nanatovich, 
New Democratic Party
since 18 February 2019
Leader of the Opposition
Erich Thaller, 
Conservative Party
since 18 February 2019
Structure
Seats3 MPs
House of Commons Atovia 0219-2.svg
Political groups
Government:

Official Opposition:

Other Parties

Elections
Single Transferable Vote
Next election
2019
Motto
Vox populi
"The voice of the people"
Meeting place
Online private chatroom

The Atovian House of Commons (German: Bundesversammlung) is the unicameral legislative body of the nation. The House of Commons is the supreme organ of government, holding the most power according to the Basic Law of Atovia. Members of Parliament (MPs) are elected directly by the citizens of each province to represent the province in national affairs. MPs are elected for a one-year term.

Following the approval of a bill in parliament, the Supreme Court determines its constitutionality. If the bill is deemed to be unconstitutional, it is sent back to the House of Commons for changes. Once a bill is approved in parliament and determined to be constitutional, it is sent to the chancellor to approve. Finally, the bill is sent to the monarch to receive royal assent.

Parties

Logo Name Ideology Spectrum Leader Parliament Cabinet
NDP New Logo Atovia.png New Democratic Party
Neue Demokratische Partei
NDP Social democracy Centre-left Connor Stumperth
Thomas von Bainbridge
1 / 3
7 / 11
CPA Logo Atovia.png Conservative Party
Konservative Partei
CPA Conservatism
Economic liberalism
Centre-right Erich Thaller
0 / 3
0 / 11
LGM Logo Atovia.png Left-Green Movement
Linksgrüne Bewegung
LGM Social ecology Left-wing Newton von Uberquie
2 / 3
0 / 11
Independents IND Various Various None
0 / 3
2 / 11

See Also