Parlamentsgebäude

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Parlamentsgebäude
Parliament of the Principality of Ledilia
1st Parlamentsgebäude
Type
Type
Bicameral
Term limits
6 Months
History
FoundedJune 12, 2019 (2019-06-12)
Leadership
Speaker of the House of Commons
Deputy Speaker of the Commons
Tom HanksLega Lediliana
since 12 March 2019
Attorney of the House of Commons
Rocco J. MartePartito Democratico Lediliano
since Office Estabilished
Speaker of the House of Leeds
Deputy Speaker of the House of Leeds
Davide II° RomanovCostrutione
since 12 March 2019
Attornet of the House of Leeds
Structure
Seats15 Seats
Political groups
HI&REM Government (12):
Elections
Party List
Last election
Ledilian Parliamentar Election
Next election
September 2019
Motto
"We think the country's fate."
Meeting place
Discord, New Gandolfo (irl)

Parlamentsgebäude in German, In Italian "Unione delle case parlamentari", it's the bicameral parliament of the Principality of Ledilia, the parliament takes decision for the mainland and the administrative regions even if the Administrative Regions have their own small council.

The current Parlamentsgebäude it's just at the first since its foundation the 12 March 2019 but reformed multiple times and saw different leaders of the houses going and leaving, The Parlamentsgebäude was known as the "Ledilian Parliament" but the 20 June 2019 changed its name in German to share the actual culture Ledilia has, the Parlamentsgebäude has the right to approve or deny laws and every action made by the Prince, however the Parlamentsgebäude has no rights to do what the prince does, sometimes the Prince acts alone but generally it's rare.

Power and Authority

The Parlamentsgebäude has the legislative power and the executive one, the Parlamentsgebäude has the rights and diricts to do laws and keep the power of the Prince as low as possible to avoid Absolutism.

Parties

Parliamentar elections were held on the 12 March 2019, the elections are made