General Assembly of the Shorewellese Empire

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General Assembly of the Shorewellese Empire
الجمعية العامة للإمبراطورية شوريليس
Parliament of the Shorewellese Empire
1st Shorewellese Parliament
Kingdom of Shorewell Flag.jpg
Type
Type Bicameral
Houses Senate
Chamber of Deputies
Leadership
Monarch Bilal I
since 18 May, 2016
Grand Vizier Maaz Munawar
since 18 May, 2016
Speaker of the Senate Elizabeth Webber
since 18 May, 2016
Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Queen Mother Aneela Yaqoob
since 18 May, 2016
Structure
Members Senate:12 Council:12
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Election
Senate last election 18 May, 2016
Chamber of Deputies last election 18 May, 2016
Meeting place
General Assembly Hangout Chat or the Royal Residence (only in physical meetings)


The General Assembly of the Shorewellese Empire, commonly known as the Parliament of Shorewell, is the branch of government with which legislative power resides in the Shorewellese Empire. It is a bicameral legislature, comprised of elected officials from each apportioned region of the country in the chamber and people chosen by the monarch in the senate. The monarch presides over the Grand Vizier, who subsequently presides over the General Assembly.

Senate

Main article: Senate

The Senate consists of a small group of advisers appointed by the Monarch to assist in drafting laws. Senators discuss and vote with the monarch on important matters and guide the monarch to make appropriate decisions. The Senate serves as a House in the General Assembly and votes directly on its matters. The Senate's main leading figure is the Speaker of the Senate -- who, like the other members of the Senate, is also appointed by the Monarch.

Chamber of Deputies

Main article: Chamber of Deputies

The Chamber of Deputies consists of a group of lawmakers who are elected to their post by the people. Deputies discuss and vote with the monarch on important matters for the nation. The Chamber serves as a House in Parliament and votes directly on its matters. The Chamber's main leading figure is the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies.