Tiberian Parliament

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Tiberian Parliament
Parlement tiberian
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Bicameral
Houses Senate
National Assembly
Leadership
Danielle Beaulieu, PSD
Since 10 July 2013
André Martel, PSD
Since 15 June 2011
Structure
Seats 355
230 Senators
125 Representatives
Tiberian Parliament Structure.svg
Senate political groups
     Socialist Group (84)
     Christian Democratic Union (70)
     Social Liberals (Tiberias) (21)
     National Front (45)
     People's Party (4)
     Independents (4)
Tiberian National Assembly.svg
National Assembly political groups
     Socialist Group (41)
     Christian Democratic Union (37)
     Social Liberals (Tiberias) (3)
     National Front (37)
     People's Party (2)
Elections
Indirect election
National Assembly voting system
Two-round system
Senate last election
10 July 2013
National Assembly last election
15 June 2011
Meeting place
Tiberian Parliament Building.jpg
Palace of Clément
Clemens
Duis, 489 12
State of Tiberias
Website
Tiberian Parliament Website

The Tiberian Parliament (Etruscan: Parlement tiberian) is the devolved national, bicameral legislature of Tiberias. Located in the wealthy Clemens area of the city of Duis, it is frequently referred to informally as "Clemens". The Central government's power in the Tiberian Parliament was severely limited in the Union Acts of 1983, and was re-affirmed in the 2002 Tiberian referendum. It consists of two chambers:


Senate
  • 230 members
  • elected directly in general elections
  • term of office: 2 years
National Assembly
  • variable membership, currently 125 members
  • elected directly in general elections
  • revolving membership, 4 year terms
Federal Assembly

(joint session of both houses)

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