Istastionerian Parliament

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The Parliament of Istastioner
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The Istastionerian Paraliament
Term limits
25 Years (10 Terms)
Founded1 January 1783
Government Speaker
Columbia Washington, (SD)
since January 1, 2040
Prime Minister (Primary Opposition Speaker)
Boris Johnson, (L)
since January 1, 2040
Secondary Opposition Speaker
Chris Stanford, (EG)
since January 1, 2040
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Political groups
The Government
  Social Democratic Party (55)
  Independent (1)
The Primary Opposition
  Labour Party (45)
The Secondary Opposition
  Eco-Green Party (35)
  Republican Party (12)
  Democratic Party (2)
Length of term
2.5 Years
Single transferable vote (STV)
First election
March 1, 1786
Last election
January 1, 2040
Next election
July 2, 2042
The council of the people...
Meeting place
The House Of Parliament (New Milford City, Istastioner)
The Istastionerian Constitution

The Parliament of Istastioner is the legislature of the Istastionerian government. The sitting of a Parliament is for a two & haft-years term, at present, beginning every other January, and every other July. Elections are held every even-numbered year. The composition and powers of the Parliament are established by Article Two of Istastioner Constitution. The Parliament is composed of MPs, each of whom represents a single provinces in its entirety. Each of the 75 provinces is equally represented by two senators who serve terms of 2.5 years, for a total of 150 MPs. Who are both elected via popular vote.

Parliamentary Leadership

Parliamentary leadership refers to the group of elected officials within a parliamentary system who are responsible for leading and managing the affairs of the legislative body. This includes the Government, Primary Opposition Speaker, and the Secondary Opposition Speaker, who is responsible for maintaining order and impartiality during parliamentary debates and ensuring that parliamentary procedures are followed. parliamentary leadership plays a critical role in ensuring that the legislative process runs smoothly and that the interests of the people are represented effectively in government.

The Government

In The Istastionerian government, "The Government" refers to the executive branch of the government, which is responsible for implementing and enforcing laws passed by the legislature. The Government is accountable to the legislature, which has the power to remove the government through a vote of no confidence. The Government is also accountable to the people, who can express their approval or disapproval of the Government's performance through elections. the Government also plays a role in the legislative process, as it can introduce legislation and is responsible for guiding it through the legislative process. However, the legislature retains the ultimate power to pass or reject legislation.

The Government Speaker

The Government Speaker is a very important role. The Speaker is the presiding officer of the parliamentary chamber, responsible for maintaining order and ensuring that parliamentary procedures are followed. The Speaker's role is to maintain order and decorum in Parlaiment, ensure that debates are conducted fairly and impartially, and to represent Parlaiment in its relations with other Government institutions.

The Primary Opposition

Prime Minister (Primary Opposition Speaker)

Secondary Opposition

Secondary Opposition Speaker

Powers of Parliament

The Istastionerian Parliament holds the authority to establish laws and regulations covering a broad spectrum of concerns, such as taxation, social security, education, and foreign policy. The approval of the annual budget proposed by the Executive branch and supervising public expenditures are also among the Parliament's powers. Although the process is intricate and time-consuming, the Parliament has the power to modify the Istastionerian Constitution.

Parliamentary procedures

One key procedure is the filibuster, which allows MPs to delay or block a vote on a bill by talking for an extended period of time. To overcome a filibuster, 90 MPs must vote to invoke cloture, which limits further debate and moves the bill to a final vote.

Most of the work of the Parliament is done in committees, which are small groups of MPs who specialize in a particular area of policy. Committees hold hearings, conduct investigations, and make recommendations to the full Parliament.

MPs can propose amendments to bills that are being considered by the Parliament, ranging from minor changes to major revisions. When the Parliament is ready to vote on a bill or nomination, the presiding officer calls for a vote. MPs can vote "yea," "nay," or "present," and the Parliament also uses a system of voice votes, standing votes, and roll call votes.

Impeachment procedures

The rules governing the impeachment process of government officials, including the President of Istastioner, are a prescribed set of procedures within the Istastionerian Parliament. The process commences with a vote to initiate impeachment proceedings. If Parliament votes in favor of initiating the process, a trial is held to determine whether the official should be removed from office. The trial is presided over by the Chief Justice of Istastioner, with Parliament serving as the jury.

The official being impeached has the right to a defense team, which presents arguments to oppose their removal from office. The Parliament holds the power to subpoena witnesses to testify in the impeachment trial, who can be called upon by either the defense team or impeachment managers. Once both parties have presented their arguments, Parliament votes to convict or acquit the official, requiring a two-thirds majority vote for a conviction. Upon conviction, the official is immediately removed from office, and Parliament can also disqualify them from holding future office. These are the primary procedures of Istastionerian Parliament regarding impeachment, which is rare and has occurred only a few times in Parliament's history.

Judicial functions

Relationship with the Istastionerian Government

Parliamentary questions

In Istastioner, question time in the House of Parliament lasts for an hour each day from Monday to Thursday (2:30 to 3:30 pm on Mondays, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and 9:30 to 10:30 am on Thursdays). In addition to government departments, there are also questions to a public commissioners. Additionally, each Member of Parliament is entitled to table questions for written answer. Written questions are addressed to the Ministerial head of a government department. Written Questions are submitted to the Table Office, either on paper or electronically, and answers are recorded in The Official Report wich is to be widely available and accessible as soon as possble.


Calls for a Second House

Lack of Indigenous Representation

Lack of accountability for parliament

The house of Parliament

The Prime Minster/Opposition Leader system