Single-chamber parliament elected for four years under additional-member system.
Site lists the members of various committees, with more information in Armenian.
Consisting of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Österreichisches Parlament, consisting of the Nationalrat (National Council) and the Bundesrat (Federal Council).
Elected for a four-year term and consisting of 240 members.
Composed of the Queen, represented by the Governor General, the appointed Senate, and the elected House of Commons.
Composed of 80 members, 56 elected by the Greek community and 24 by the Turkish community.
Site has lists of committees, commissions and delegations, and more in Czech.
Eighty-one member elected body.
Danish parliament of 179 members elected by a variant of an additional member system.
The Parliament of the Republic of Estonia, elected by proportional representation with a 5% cutoff.
Single-chamber body elected by several overlapping systems. Site has content in all EU languages.
Single-chamber elected from seven constituencies, with powers under Denmark's Home Rule Act 1948.
The Parliament of Finland, a unicameral body of 200 members elected on a proportional basis.
Consists of 577 deputies, each of whom is elected in a constituency either with an absolute majority of votes (more than half the votes) at the first ballot or a relative majority (the largest number of votes) at the second ballot.
The Federal Council is the Chamber of the Länder, the federal states, such that only one member votes on behalf of each state, casting all the state's votes.
The Federal Diet, composed of at least 598 Members, of whom 299 are elected in the constituencies and a further 299 via a list-based additional member system with a 5% cutoff.
Consisting of 60 Members, with 24 Members elected from geographical constituencies, 30 Members by functional constituencies, and 6 Members by an Election Committee comprising 800 elected representatives of the community.
Also known as the National Assembly (Az ország háza).
The Icelandic parliament dates back to 930AD, now having 63 members from eight constituencies.
Composed of the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) and the Lok Sabha (House of the People).
The Council of States elected by the states' assemblies.
Also known as the Houses of the Oireachtas; composed of Dáil Éireann (House of Deputies) and Seanad Éireann (Senate).
The Tynwald, dating back to the eighth century, and composed of the House of Keys and the Legislative Council.
The Sangiin, the upper house of the National Diet.
The Shugiin, the Lower house of the National Diet.
Originally composed of the three estates, the Jurats (justices), the Connétables (the heads of the parishes) and the Rectors (from the churches).
Unicameral parliament of 100 members elected by proportional representation.
Composed of 141 members elected for a four-year term.
Unicameral elected body.
Unicameral national legislature consisting of 14 Senators, one from each of the States of Kosrae, Pohnpei, Chuuk, and Yap for a four-year term, and ten Members for two years.
Elected from 62 General and 7 Maori constituencies, with additional members for proportionality.
The Stortinget of 165 members, of which 157 are from constituencies and 8 are additional members.
Main chamber of the parliament.
Chamber of the parliament.
Assembly of the Republic (Assembleia da República).
Containing 341 members elected using a proportional list system.
One hundred and forty-three member body elected using a proportional list system. With more content in Romanian.
Elected from multi-member constituencies, with some additional members. Pending bills, publications, member directory, and educational resources available.
The National Assembly, with more detail in Slovenian.
Composed of the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces.
Unicameral body containing 349 members from 29 different constituencies.
Bicameral system consisting of 200-member National Council and 46-member Council of States.
Composed of 500 members, 400 elected from constituencies and 100 from party lists.
Composed of the House of Commons, elected by single-member plurality for a period of not more than five years, and the appointed (and for a few members inherited) House of Lords.
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