In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The introduction of self-government from the 1850s created bicameral parliaments, with elected lower houses but nominated upper houses in two colonies.
- The legislature is bicameral with an upper house based on equal representation of the thirteen counties with two senators each and a lower house based on population.
- In succeeding years, the government adopts a cabinet system, a bicameral parliament, and focuses the economy on industrialization.
- A bicameral parliament with a Senate and a House of Assembly has only advisory functions.
- Spain is a parliamentary monarchy with a bicameral legislature.
- The bill was finally and reluctantly approved by the First Chamber of the bicameral Parliament in January 2005.
- The president is elected for a five-year term by an electoral college consisting of elected members of both the bicameral parliament and the state legislatures.
- The Ethiopian governmental structure is a parliamentary democracy consisting of a bicameral legislature, a prime minister, and a president.
- The legislative branch is composed of a bicameral parliament with a senate appointed by the ruling party and an assembly chosen by popular vote.
- Within its government, power is shared between a directly elected president, a prime minister, and a bicameral legislature (Parliament).
- The legislative branch consists of a bicameral National Congress.
- Legislative power resides in a bicameral parliament composed of the Assemblée Nationale and the Senat (Senate).
- The legislative branch consists of a bicameral general assembly with ninety-nine representatives and thirty senators and the vice president.
- The proposal called for the creation of a bicameral parliament in which the upper house would represent the territorial units.
- The legislative branch consists of a bicameral legislation in which all people and ethnicities can be represented.
- The elected house speaker also serves as president of the bicameral parliament, comprising the Senate and the House of Representatives.
- Today, the Netherlands has a constitutional monarchy with a bicameral, multi-party system administered by a premier and a coalition cabinet of ministers.
- We need a single legislative council, a bicameral European Parliament, with one house representing member states, and the other the European electorate.
- The legislative branch consists of a bicameral parliament with a Chamber of Counselors and a Chamber of Representatives.
- Jamaica, a member of the British Commonwealth, has a bicameral parliamentary legislative system.
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