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unicameral

Politics of or characterized by a single legislative chamber
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This is made possible because under a parliamentary unicameral system, one who controls the ruling party also controls the government; thus, there are no checks and balances.
This legislation is modeled after Senator Fischers legislative success in developing innovative, sustainable transportation funding solutions in the Nebraska Unicameral, including the Build Nebraska Act and the Federal Funds Purchase Program.
They have begun to talk not just of setting up a federal system of government, but also of having a unicameral parliament or congress, claiming the present bicameral system just slows down the work of government.
He announced that there was no humanitarian crisis in the country - something that the opposition, which controlled the country's unicameral National Assembly, keeps insisting on.
This makes the proposed shift to a unicameral system of legislature under a federal form of government more pressing.
The planned new Charter would abolish the Senate and install a unicameral parliament.
The ruling Democratic Party currently controls 121 seats, far short of a majority in the 300-seat unicameral parliament.
At the moment the LVZS holds 56 seats in Lithuania's 141-seat unicameral parliament, known as the Seimas.
It can be helpful in distinguishing unicameral cysts from aneurysmal cysts, GCT, fibrous dysplasia and other benign lesions.
Nebraska is even closer to having LB18 passed by the Nebraska Unicameral.
During the election held at Vanuatu's unicameral 52-seat parliament, Salwai, a veteran MP and head of the Reunification of Movements for Change party, became the only candidate for prime minister, garnering votes of 46 of the 52 MPs, with five void votes and one abstention.
The highest legislative body is a unicameral National Assembly.