North American Congress

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North American Congress
2nd North American Congress
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Type
Type Bicameral legislature
Houses North American Confederate Senate
North American House of Representatives
Leadership
Acting President of the Senate Amanda McCollum, Liberal
Acting Speaker of the House Joseph Marx, Centrist
Structure
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Parliament political groups      Liberal (2)
     Centrist (4)
     Constitutionalist (1)
Election
Parliament last election November 2010
Meeting place
Various online venues
Website
None
Footnotes
The current provisional congress is a unicameral system with all active citizens casting votes. The 2nd North American Congress will likely be established after the upcoming Constitutional Convention. After this, elections will be held. The only two confirmed parties at this time is the Conservative Party and the Liberty Party. Beyond the convention, a conservative-Christian party will also be created.

The North American Congress is the bicameral legislature of the North American Confederation. Until the impending 2015 North American Constitutional Convention, the Congress has no official structure. Informal talks on 13 June 2015 indicated the Congress would remain bicameral, including a senate and house of representatives.

Officially, the 1st North American Congress (2010-2011) was concluded with the dis-establishment of the North American Confederation in April 2012. With the reformation of the Confederation, the de jure Congress is the 2nd North American Congress, which is currently, pre-election and post-reestablishment, composed of no seats.