National Assembly (Gapla)

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National Assembly of the Federated States of Gapla
1st National Assembly
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HousesFederation Council
Chamber of Deputies
FoundedSeptember 1, 2022 (2022-09-01)
Preceded byParliament of the Federated States of Gapla
Emma Bunnell, FRP
since 27 August 2022
Deputy President
Chelsea Chen, PLP
since 28 October 2022
Prime Minister
Wyatt Baek, FRP
since 27 August 2022
Leader of the Opposition
Mirabelle Wang, PLP
since 28 October 2022
SeatsGovernment (7):

Free Rightist Party (5)
AMASH Party (2)

Opposition (3):
People's Liberal Party (2)

Socialist Republic Party (1)
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Meeting place

The National Assembly of the Federated States of Gapla, formerly known as Parliament, is Gapla's sole, bicameral legislature. It consists of the upper house, the Federation Assembly, and the lower house, the Chamber of Deputies. However, it is de facto unicameral, as all decisions are made together and the Federation Council is only used for emergencies.

Prior to the National Assembly, Gapla had its de facto bicameral Parliament of the Federated States of Gapla, which consisted of the Executive Council, who were nationally elected leaders, and a Chamber of Representatives, consisting of a different number of representatives from each state or territory. Today, the National Assembly was elected using open party lists nationally after the 2022 Gaplan general election. In Gapla, the legislature is largely tied to the Executive Branch. The head of the legislature is also the head of government of Gapla, namely the President, with the second highest official in the party, the de facto legislative leader, being the Prime Minister.

List of members

Federation Council

The following are the memebrs of the Federation Council, listed in seniority:

Chamber of Deputies

Not listed in any order, all members of the Chamber of Deputies are of equal seniority.

  • Legislator Renaldo Chang (FRP)
  • Legislator Clayton Walker (FRP)
  • Legislator Shaun Murzello (FRP)
  • Legislator Nicolas Caiazzo (SRP)
  • Legislator Diti Patel (AMASH)
  • Legislator Dheer Patel (AMASH)