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Parliament of Littland

Folkekammeret (Littish)
Folkskeamer (Ruvian)
Coat of arms or logo
Established8 July 1913; 110 years ago (1913-07-08)
Preceded byLandstinget, Kingdom of Littland
Inger Knudsen, New Center
Deputy Speakers 
Kristine Anker, Labour Party
Kåre Mikkelsen, Green Future
Albert Simonsen, Christian Democratic League
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Political groups
Government (164)
  •   Christian Democratic League (81)
  •   Freedom Party (62)
  •   Liberal Party (21)

Opposition (163)

  • Employment
  • Education
  • Business and Trade
  • Finance and Taxation
  • Defence
  • Development and Housing
  • Energy and Utilities
  • Enviornment and Climate
  • Church
  • Culture
  • Food and Health
  • Transport
  • Social Affairs
  • Research and Innovation
  • Immigration
  • Internal Affairs
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Legal Affairs
Closed list proportional representation
First election
1 June 1913
Last election
18 November 2020
Next election
On or before 18 November 2024
Meeting place
Tinghuset, Kaslund, Littland
Constitution of Littland

The Folkekammer (Littish: /fol̠kɘkɑm̥ɑ/ Speaker Icon.svg, "Peoples Chamber") is the unicameral legislature of the Republic of Littland. The Folkekammer has 325 seats and is elected every four years based on proportional representation. A member of the Folkekammer is known as a medlem af Folkekammeret, literally "member of the Folkekammer" which is often shortened to simply "MF".

The Folkekammer passes laws, approves the state budget and international treaties, and supervises the activities of the government. A motion of no confidence may force a single minister or the entire government to resign. The President has limited veto-power over legislation, although this can be overruled. The Folkekammer has 19 committees and is led by the Speaker as well as three Deputy Speakers.


Number of seats

The number of seats in the Folkekammer has varied over the years. Under the constitution from 1913, the Folkekammer had 225 seats which was increased to 325 with the current constitution from 1986.

Electoral System

The Folkekammers 325 members are elected on the basis of proportional representation. A standard electoral period is four years. Elections have previously taken two days, but they are now conducted during one day. Every Littish citizen who is at least 18 years of age on the date of the election has the right to vote. There is no voter registration in Littland and citizens receive an invitation to their local polling station in the mail. With few exceptions such as judges, active military personnel and the President, any voting age citizen may stand for candidate. All parties already in the Folkekammer are required to nominate candidates. Any party may be on the ballot for the election if they gather the amount of votes needed to get a single seat in the last election, which in 2022 is 40.073 signatures. Individual candidates need to gather half that number, at 20.036 signatures. 26 parties ran in the last election, although only 14 got over 50.000 votes.



Position Representative Party
Speaker Inger Knudsen New Center
First Deputy Speaker Per Vesterberg Christian Democratic League
Second Deputy Speaker Kristine Anker Labour Party
Third Deputy Speaker Kåre Mikkelsen Green Future


The Folkekammer has 19 committees. Each committee has permanent members for each term of the Folkekammer. Committees can have three sizes, with 8, 12 and 16 members respectively. On average, every member of parliament is also a member of a committee, with the notable exception of party leaders and members of the Presidium.

Committee Members
Legal Affairs Committee 12
Internal Affairs Committee 16
Foreign Affairs Committee 16
Employment Committee 12
Education Committee 12
Church Committee 8
Culture Committee 8
Food and Health Committee 8
Research and Innovation Committee 12
Social Affairs Committee 16
Transport Committee 12
Business and Trade Committee 16
Finance and Taxation Committee 16
Defence Committee 16
Development and Housing Committee 8
Enviornment and Climate Committee 16
Immigration Committee 8
Energy and Utilities Committee 12

Election results

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Christian Democratic League3,330,23424.9181-11
Green Future3,002,38922.4673+14
Freedom Party2,549,22319.0762+27
Labour Party2,467,68018.4660-11
Liberal Party863,5546.4621-16
New Center616,2514.6115+2
The Initiative534,7084.0013-5
Valid votes13,367,71699.28
Invalid/blank votes97,0120.72
Total votes13,464,728100.00
Registered voters/turnout16,750,86780.38



Party Party leader Group leader Seats
KF Christian Democratic League Albert Simonsen David Askov 81
GF Green Future Lauritz Magnussen Anton Henriksen 73
FP Freedom Party Morten Aadal Sebastian Anker 62
AP Labour Party Sofie Aakjær Olivia Olsen 60
Li Liberal Party Chris Clemensen Jane Klarup 21
NC New Center Birthe Hansen Henrik Linde 15
In The Initiative Hanne Thanning Inger Harms 13


An overview of historical compositions of the Folkekammer, in its current from with 325 members following the 1986 Constitution.

60 27 62 36