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1 Primary legislative authority is exercised through the unicameral Chamber of Deputies, elected every five years.
2 Political authority is exercised by the unicameral 400-member National Assembly, elected every five years by universal adult suffrage.
3 The unicameral legislature, the National Assembly,(www.Sentencedict.com) is also elected for a five-year term by universal adult suffrage.
4 The democrats generally favoured single-chamber or unicameral legislatures, as the most direct way of reflecting or embodying the popular will.
5 The People's Assembly, the unicameral legislative body, is elected for a five-year term by direct popular vote.
6 Legislative authority is vested in a unicameral 12-member Parliament which is popularly elected for up to four years.
7 There is a unicameral Legislative Assembly of 70 seats, 62 of which are elected by universal adult suffrage for five years.
8 Legislative authority is now vested in a unicameral National Congress, with 100 members elected for five years by universal adult suffrage.
9 Legislative authority is vested in a 50-member unicameral parliament, which is similarly elected by universal suffrage for a five-year term.
10 Legislative authority is vested in a unicameral National Parliament, the 38 members of which are popularly elected for up to four years.
11 A unicameral legislature, the National Assembly, is also elected every five years by universal suffrage.
12 Over time, some bicameral systems have evolved toward unicameral systems.
13 Australia is an unicameral country.
14 The Parliament is a unicameral 225-member legislature.
15 The unicameral parliament of Israel.
16 Legislative power lies with the unicameral parliament, the Riigikogu or State Assembly, which consists of 101 seats.
17 A 21 - unicameral parliament, elected by universal suffrage a term of two years.
18 The unicameral Korean parliament is the National Assembly or Gukhoe, whose members serve a four-year term of office.
19 The unicameral parliament (also called the National Assembly) currently is controlled by a coalition of three political parties.
20 The unicameral, 386-member National Assembly is the highest organ of state authority and initiates and approves legislation sponsored by the prime minister.
21 Apart from this, the Storting functions as a unicameral parliament.
22 This unicameral parliament, expanded in February 2002 elections to 109 members for a five-year term, approves all new laws, although the executive branch retains authority to issue binding decrees.
23 The unicameral Congress has 14 members elected by popular vote.
24 The unicameral Moldovan parliament, or Parlament, has 101 seats, and its members are elected by popular vote every 4 years.
25 The South Korean ruling Grand National Party is driven by factionalism and acts like a minority party despite having nearly two-thirds control of the unicameral National Assembly.
26 Estonia is a constitutional democracy, with a president elected by its unicameral parliament (elections every four years).
27 Under the 1962 constitution, the Prince shares his power with the unicameral National Council (parliament).
28 Under the new constitution, the previously bicameral parliament becomes a 75-seat unicameral legislature following the 2005 parliamentary elections.
29 Singapore is a republic with a Westminster system of a unicameral parliamentary government, with the executive powers resting in the hands of cabinet of ministers led by a prime minister.
30 Under the new constitution, the previously bicameral parliament became a 75-seat unicameral legislature following the 2005 parliamentary elections.
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