Parliament of Quebec

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Parliament of Quebec and Versailles
Parlement de Québec et Versailles (fr)
Québécois Parliament (current)
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
HousesHouse of LordsHouse of Commons
History
Founded27 April 2019
Preceded by
Leadership
Royal Standard of Aidan McGrath as Duke of Limiport.svg Aidan I
Since 27 April 2019
King and Princess Speaker
Aidan I and Vacant
Speaker
Logan Lott
Sir Jack Morris, Conservative
Since 27 April 2019
Structure
House of Lords of Quebec seating.svg
Lords political groups
  •   King and Consort
  •   Vacant
House of Commons of Quebec seating.svg
Commons political groups
  •   Speaker
  •   QNC
  •   Conservative
  •   Socialist
  •   Vacant
Elections
Last general election
27 April 2019
Constitution
Constitution of the Kingdom of Quebec and Versailles
Acts
Acts of the Parliament of Quebec

The Parliament of Quebec and Versailles (French: Parlement de Québec et Versailles) is the Unitary legislature of Quebec. The body consists of the Quebecois monarch; an upper house, the House of Lords; and a lower house, the House of Commons. Each element has its own Speaker or leader of the chamber. Additional to this, the monarch provides royal assent to make bills into law.

The members of the House of Lords are drawn from peerage, while the 21 members of the House of Commons—called members of parliament (MPs)—each represent a Country in the Kingdom or, a Dominion. The Monarch also summons Parliament, and can prorogue or dissolve Parliament, the latter in order to call a general election. He will read the Throne Speech, the King has all Absolute power.

Composition

The Parliament of Quebec is composed of two parts with no physical power in government: the Monarch lead, House of Lords, and the House of Commons. both have a distinct roles, but work in conjunction within the legislative process. This format was ideally inspired by the United Kingdom, but has its major differences.

Only those who sit in the Parliament are usually called members of parliament (MPs). Peers also take higher positions in the national order of precedence. No individual may serve in more than one chamber at the same time.

House of Lords

The House of Lords is made up of the major peers of Quebec and is mostly ran by the Monarch, and sometimes the Monarchs consort. the Monarch provides royal assent to bills to make them law, and makes speeches from the throne. It is mandatory that the major peers must attend, while royal and stranger peers hold a seat, however aren't required to sit thereon. Peers-by-marriage are also not required to sit thereon.

List of peers

Peer Party Type
The King Aidan I None King
Consort of King None Princess
Lord Baron of Columbia Communist-Socialist Party Baron
20 Vacant

House of Commons

The House of Commons is made up of members chosen through first-past-the-post voting by people of their ridings.

Member Party Riding
0 Logan Lott (Speaker) Independent Versailles
1 Cameron Koehler Québécois National Congress Dominion of Âme
2 Jackson Muse Québécois National Congress Dominion of Âme
3 Jack Morris Conservative Party of Quebec unknown
4 N/A Communist-Socialist Party Quebec
5 N/A Communist-Socialist Party Quebec
6 N/A Communist-Socialist Party Quebec
7 N/A Communist-Socialist Party Quebec
8 N/A Communist-Socialist Party Versailles
9 N/A Communist-Socialist Party Versailles
9-21 Vacant

Jurisdiction

The powers of the Parliament of Quebec allow it to pass laws relating to, among other things, the postal service, census, military, navigation and shipping, fishing, currency, banking, weights and measures, bankruptcy, copyrights, patents, and naturalization, as long as it as been approved by the Monarch and royal assent, if not the Monarch has the right to overrule any bills, acts or laws. Countries don't have it's own legislature, however bills relating to the Countries are introduced to the House of Commons through their MP.