1 Members of legislative bodies are people who belong to the legislative bodies of a particular legal system regardless of territorial scope (eg national, supranational, regional, or local). These public servants are also known as parliamentarians or representatives, and the two terms are used interchangeably hereafter. Sometimes, all of the members of a legislative body belong to a single chamber. These are unicameral systems such as New Zealand, Luxemburg, Iceland, Taiwan, etc. However, in bicameral systems—those whose legislative bodies have two chambers—the...
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