Great National Assembly

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Great National Assembly
Marea Adunare Naţională
The ninth legislature
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Type
Type Unicameral
Leadership
President Ovia Bogi, FUP
since 1 November 2014
Vice President Cocolino Jucărescu, FUP
since 23 August 2014
Structure
Members 159 members
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Political groups :
  •      FUP (60)
  •      FRU (51)
  •      FRD (27)
  •      IND (21)
Meeting place
Palatul Marii Adunări Naţionale (Palace of the Great National Aseembly)
Website
Great National Assembly


Juclandia

This article is part of the series:
Politics and government of
Juclandia


Constitution
King of Juclandia
Great National Assembly

The Great National Assembly (Romanian: Marea Adunare Națională), often called the Parliament of Juclandia is the legislative assembly and the supreme state body of the Juclandian Pragma. It meets in the Palace of the Great National Assembly in Jucărești every other Saturday, but the constitution also provides for the possibility of organising meetings in the Piața Marii Adunări Naționale (Great National Assembly Square) in Paradissi, a neighbouring municipality of Jucărești.

It is a unicameral legislature based on principles of direct democracy: the Constitution automatically grants membership in the assembly to every 'national citizen' of Juclandia. National citizens are non-human (cuddly toys), whereas the human citizens are defined as 'federally-sanctioned citizens'.

When the 2012 amendment to the 2011 Constitution was in force, it was a bicameral legislature of 37 members (25 deputies and 12 senators), elected for an yearly term, but between 2008 and 2012 the Great National Assembly was unicameral and had 30 members elected for an yearly term.

On 29 November 2014, the Great National Assembly was dissolved in its entirety and was replaced with a National Constituent Assembly that drafted Juclandia's 2015 Constitution, which entered into force on the 1st of May.

History

The parliamentary history of Juclandia starts in 2001, when the nation was founded. Altough the country had no constitution or legislative organisation at all, the Country of Toys was run by the "Sfatul Țării" (lit. Counsultative Assembly of the Country), which was made out of citizens of Juclandia.

The first Constitution of Juclandia, adopted in 2006, paved the way for a legislative assembly, and the People's Consultative Assembly was in place for some months, after it was replaced by the bicameral legislature of Juclandia that lasted until 2008.

Between 2008, when the Constitution of 2006 was revised, and August 2012, when the Constitution of 2011 was revised, the Parliament (after the adoption of the 2011 Constitution called the Great National Assembly) was unicameral. Prior to the 2008 Constitutional Ammendment, the Parliament of Juclandia was bicameral and consisted of the Senate and the People's Assembly. From the Revision of 2008 until the Revision of 2012, the attributes of the Senate were taken by the State Council of Juclandia, and the attributes of the People's Assembly were taken by the Great National Assembly.

The Constitutional Revision of 2012 has once again brought bicameralism to Juclandia. The Great National Assembly was transformed in a bicameral legislatura, with the Council of State (which has taken the attributes of the State Council) as the upper house and the Assembly of Deputies (which has taken the attributes of the Great National Assembly) as the lower house.

Last election

Council of State

Assembly of Deputies

Members of the Seventh Legislature

Council of State

Assembly of Deputies

Current composition and political parties

Party Logo Short name Leader Foundation Date Position
(Juclandian)
Colours Great National Assembly
Popular Unity Front ProgJuclandia.png FUP / FRUNIP Ovia Bogi February 23, 2014 The Left purple
60 / 159
United Revolutionary Front FRU.png FRU / FREVUN Gori Jucărescu June 3, 2013 The Right dark red
51 / 159
Democratic Renewal Front FREDEM.png FRD / FREDEM Leo Libereanu August 8, 2012 The Centre green
27 / 159
Union of Independent Citizens Independents N/A January 15, 2015 N/A light gray
21 / 159

The number of members is equal with the number of seats in the Great National Assembly



Historical structure of legislatures

August 2008 - August 2009 Legislature

45%

10%

5%

5%

5%

10%

20%

Key:

PCCDER + PRN

PLD

PNL

PNȚ

PEJ

PC

PD
Total Seats: 20


August 2009 - February 2010 Legislature

32%

12%

12%

12%

4%

8%

20%

Key:

PSCDJ

PRN

PLD

PNL-Ț

PEJ

PC

PD
Total Seats: 25


February 2010 - February 2011 Legislature

3.85%

30.77%

11.5%

7.7%

7.7%

11.5%

26.9%

Key:

PCJ

PSCD

PRN

PLD

UCD

PNLER

PD
Total Seats: 26


February 2011 - January 2012 Legislature

6.7%

23.3%

10%

10%

23.3%

26.7%

Key:

PCJ

PSCD

PRN

UCD

PLD

PD

Total Seats: 30


January 2012 - January 2013 Legislature

36.6%

16.7%

6.7%

20%

20%

Key:

BNM

PLDE

UCD

PD

ND

Total Seats: 30


January 2013 - January 2014 Legislature

16%

28%

20%

24%

12%

Key:

PCJ

PSCD

AL

PD

ND

Total Seats: 25


January 2014 - December 2014 Legislature

32%

16%

20%

4%

20%

8%

Key:

PCJ

PSCD

AL

Speaker

PD

NDCD

Total Seats: 25


See also