National Assembly (Gapla)

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National Assembly of Gapla
4th National Assembly
Type
Type
History
Founded1 September 2022 (2022-09-01)
Preceded byParliament of Gapla
Structure
SeatsDissolved indefinitely.
All seats are vacant.

The National Assembly, officially the National Assembly of the Federated States of Gapla and formerly known as Parliament, is Gapla's theoretical unicameral legislature. However, following practical reformations to halt most of the government until Greater Danubia is inhabited by Gapla, it has been temporarily replaced by the Council of Ministers, which runs all three of Gapla's branches of government. Prior to these reformations, the National Assembly was bicameral, consisting of a Federation Council and a Chamber of Deputies.

Prior to the National Assembly, Gapla had a bicameral legislature known as the Parliament, 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.

The legislature is to consist of twenty members, all to be elected for a term of one year by nationwide party-list proportional representation.