The assembly is lead by the President of the Parliament or House President, which is elected directly by the assembly itself, with 3 Vice-Presidents. Nearly public and government agencies are directly subordinate to the parliament aside from several agencies which detect corruption threats and the similar. The parliament is organised into parliamentary clubs which are formed by every political party gaining at least 5 members in the parliament.
The parliament or Stortinget was formed around around 3131 when Kazulia was officially formed, and the parliament was formed as its supreme legislative body. Since, the parliament has changed location, names and number of representatives. Føderaleting, was also the legislative body of the Republic of Kazulia which was dissolved in favour of the royalist movement to reestablish the Kazulian Kingdom..
Election and CompositionEdit
The Kazulian Parliament has 435 members, elected for a four-year term by a system of proportional representation in 5 States. Seats are determined by constituency voting, and voters elect party candidates directly from the lists. Every State grants 90 seats sent to the parliament. Eligible for deputies are Kazulian citizens aged 18 or over on the date of the election, who are eligible to vote. Members of Parliament are liable to be arrested, detained and/or prosecuted whilst serving political office.
They are immune from having to provide any information to any authority regarding their legislative functions and deliberations. They are not immune from civil suits. Alleged crimes committed in the member's official capacity (e.g. embezzlement of public monies) may be adjudicated only after Parliament impeaches the member. Government ministers who are not members of Parliament are subject to the same procedure. The impeachment trial is held by an ad hoc Special Court.
Alleged crimes committed in the member's personal capacity (e.g. homicide) may be adjudicated only after Parliament votes to have the member's immunity suspended, at the request of a prosecuting attorney and only in relation to the particular alleged crime. In such cases, the case is adjudicated by a regular court. The Parliament's permission is not necessary if a member is "caught in the act" of committing a crime (e.g. murder).
House President Edit
The Presidium is chaired by the House President and three subordinate vice-presidents.
|Primary Vice-President||Christian Egeland||Independent|
|Secondary Vice-President||Ranveig Aaberg||Independent|
|Tertiary Vice-President||Synnøve Berland||Independent|
Select Committees Edit
The members of parliament are allocated into fifteen select committees, of which twelve are related to specific political topics. The select committees have a portfolio that covers that of one or more government ministers.
|Committee||Chairman||Chairman's Political Party|
|Business, Industry and Commerce|
|Culture and Sports|
|Environment and Tourism|
|Foreign Affairs||Gregers Skovgaard||Nasjonal Arbeiderkongress|
|Foreign and Domestic Intelligence||Rasmus Rehnquist||Nasjonal Arbeiderkongress|
|Health and Social Services|
|Science and Technology|
|Finance and the Treasury|
|Political and Constitutional Affairs|
|Defence and National Security||Nikolai Simonsen||Nasjonal Arbeiderkongress|
|Religion and Morality.|
|Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries|
See the electoral history of the Kazulian parliament (Stortinget) here.