Sliet

Sliet
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
HousesGreat Assembly
Popular Assembly
Established30 January 1829
4 April 1985
Leadership
Chairman of the Great Assembly
Krăsto Ivanović (ResP)
since 24 July 2017
Chairwoman of the Popular Assembly
Marza Baľaka (PCen)
since 24 July 2017
Prime Minister of Luepola
Radovan Kozić (ResP)
since 24 July 2017
Structure
Seats702
88 (Upper)
614 (Lower)
Luepola Veliki Sbor Composition (2017).svg
Political groups
Luepola Ljudovi Sbor Composition (2017).svg
Political groups
Elections
Last election
5 April 2017
Next election
7 April 2021
Meeting place
LueyParl.jpg
Kompľeks Federalneg Slieta
Prishek, Luepola
Website
www.sliet.lu

The Sliet ([ˈslit]), officially the Federal Council of Representatives of the Republic of Luepola (LuepolanFederalni Sliet Přédstavnike Respublike Ľupolske), is the bicameral legislature of Luepola. The Great Assembly is the upper of the two chambers with 88 seats elected by their counterparts in the lower chamber, and the Popular Assembly is the lower of the two chambers with 614 seats elected by the populace of their electoral region.

History

The floor of the Popular Assembly within the Sliet building.

Etymology

"Sliet" is a Luepolan word that translates most directly to "council" or "assembly", as is reflected in the translation of its official name "Federal Council...". The word in colloquial Luepolan speech is synonymous with the word Sbor, which is officially used to denote the individual chambers with in the Sliet; as Sbor and Sliet share the same foreign translations, the word Sliet is recommended to be used to refer to the overall Luepolan legislature, a practice which was picked up by most Patyrian nations. It is derived from the proto-Molvic verbal stem of vět-iti ("to inform"), which is related to proto-Molvic věst ("news") and to Borish weten ("to know"; cf. wetenschap, "science").

Founding

Communist Era

Silent War and Modern Day

Latest election

Elections

Structure

Great Assembly

Popular Assembly

Prime Minister