Parliament of the United Kingdom

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Congress of the United Kingdom
Government of United Kingdom

General Information
Country United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Headquarters Flag-United Kingdom.jpg London
Established 2007
Newspaper The Speakers Chair
Part of United Kingdom
Type Congress

Congress of the United Kingdom is referred to as Parliament of the United Kingdom and House of Commons.

House of Commons

The House of Commons is the United Kingdom's name for eRepublik's Congress, reflecting the politics of the actual United Kingdom. The United Kingdom's Congress members are referred to as Members of Parliament (MP), but have no in-game differences from other nations.

Previously there was also a House of Lords, which served the purpose of advising the Commons. This was dissolved during one of the Mr Woldy's presidencies as their unelected positions were incompatible with the changing Democracy in the United Kingdom, and they held veto rights and other powers which had become seen as unnecessary.

Parliamentary elections are held in the United Kingdom on the twenty-fifth day of each month, as it is in all of eRepublik. Only the top 5 parties can make nominations for Congress candidates.

Until October 2008, Parliamentary Elections were held as part of the general elections which included both Presidential & Parliamentary Elections and they were held on the 1st of each month. Up to this point, citizens voted for the party list in a certain region, not the individual Congress candidates.

From October 2008 up to September 2012, citizens voted for an individual candidate on a party list in a certain region. As of September 2012, citizens vote for lists of party representatives instead of individual candidates which is valid for a whole country, not a certain region.

The first Parliamentary elections in Icon-United Kingdom.png United Kingdom were held on eDay 11 (1 December 2007) when first ever general elections were held in the New World. Unfortunately, not a lot of data is known from this period and the first known results are from October 2008.

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