unicameral

[ UK /jˈuːnɪkˌæmɹəl/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. composed of one legislative body
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How To Use unicameral In A Sentence

  • The South Korean ruling Grand National Party is driven by factionalism and acts like a minority party despite having nearly two-thirds control of the unicameral National Assembly.
  • The unicameral legislature, the National Assembly, is also elected for a five-year term by universal adult suffrage.
  • There is a unicameral Legislative Assembly of 70 seats, 62 of which are elected by universal adult suffrage for five years.
  • She has since been re-elected to the Seimas (Lithuania's unicameral legislative body) as a member of the Women's Party.
  • The Venezuelan strongman had promised that his candidates would win two-thirds of the unicameral congress, guaranteeing it would continue to be a rubber stamp. A Defeat for Ch
  • A little more in-depth study would help me determine if the unicameral is the way to go. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • On this showing, which house would deserve to be retained in a unicameral system? Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a unicameral Legislative Assembly of 70 seats, 62 of which are elected by universal adult suffrage for five years.
  • Suriname unicameral National Assembly or Nationale Assemblee (51 seats; members are elected by popular vote to serve five-year terms) elections: last held 25 May 2005 (next to be held May 2010) election results: percent of vote by party - NF 41. 2\%, NDP 23. 1\%, The 2005 CIA World Factbook
  • The South Korean ruling Grand National Party is driven by factionalism and acts like a minority party despite having nearly two-thirds control of the unicameral National Assembly.
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