Member of parliament

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A member of parliament (MP) is the representative of the voters to a parliament.wikipedia
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Parliamentary system

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The Westminster system is a democratic parliamentary system of government modelled after the politics of the United Kingdom.
Countries with parliamentary democracies may be constitutional monarchies, where a monarch is the head of state while the head of government is almost always a member of parliament (such as the United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, and Japan), or parliamentary republics, where a mostly ceremonial president is the head of state while the head of government is regularly from the legislature (such as Ireland, Germany, India, and Italy).

Member of Congress

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Member of Congress is an equivalent term in other jurisdictions.
Member of Parliament (MP) is an equivalent term in other, unaffiliated jurisdictions.

House of Commons of Canada

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The Parliament of Canada consists of the monarch, the Senate, and the House of Commons.
The House of Commons is a democratically elected body whose members are known as Members of Parliament (MPs).

Parliament of Canada

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The Parliament of Canada consists of the monarch, the Senate, and the House of Commons.
The Governor General summons and appoints the 105 senators on the advice of the Prime Minister, while the 338 members of the House of Commons—called members of Parliament (MPs)—each represent an electoral district, commonly referred to as a riding, and are directly elected by Canadian voters.

Politics of the United Kingdom

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The Westminster system is a democratic parliamentary system of government modelled after the politics of the United Kingdom.
In accordance with constitutional convention, all ministers within the government are either Members of Parliament or peers in the House of Lords.

Jatiya Sangsad

Jatiyo SangshadParliamentParliament of Bangladesh
Members of the Jatiya Sangsad, or National Assembly, are elected every five years and are referred to in English as members of Parliament.
The term "Member of Parliament" (সংসদ সদস্য; Sansada sadasya) refers to both the 300 elected members and the 50 nominated women members of the Sangsad.

Prime Minister of Canada

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Members of Parliament are elected, while senators are appointed by the governor general on behalf of the sovereign at the direction of the Prime Minister of Canada.
While there is no legal requirement for the prime minister to be a member of parliament, for practical and political reasons the prime minister is expected to win a seat very promptly.

Governor General of Canada

Governor GeneralGovernor-General of CanadaGovernor-General
Members of Parliament are elected, while senators are appointed by the governor general on behalf of the sovereign at the direction of the Prime Minister of Canada.
From there, the party is led by the 's parliamentary messenger—the Usher of the Black Rod—to the Senate chamber, wherein all justices of the Supreme Court, senators, members of parliament, and other guests are assembled.

Republic of Ireland

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Since the formation of the Irish Free State in 1922 and subsequently in the Republic of Ireland, the legislature of Ireland is known in the Irish Language as the Oireachtas, and consists of the President; the upper house, Seanad Éireann (or Senate); and lower house, Dáil Éireann (Assembly, or House of Representatives).
In January 1919, after the December 1918 general election, 73 of Ireland's 106 Members of Parliament (MPs) elected were Sinn Féin members who refused to take their seats in the British House of Commons.

Prime Minister of Malaysia

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The Prime Minister must be a member of Parliament.
The Yang di-Pertuan Agong appoints a member of Parliament (MP) who, in his opinion, is most likely to command the confidence of a majority of MPs, the prime minister, usually the leader of the party winning the most seats in a general election.

Member of the Legislative Assembly

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Each province (and territory) has its own legislature, with each member usually known as a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA).
However the suffix MP is also commonly used.

New Zealand House of Representatives

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The New Zealand Parliament is made up of the monarch and the unicameral House of Representatives.
The House of Representatives is a democratically elected body whose members are known as members of Parliament (MPs).

Dewan Rakyat

Member of ParliamentHouse of RepresentativesParliament of Malaysia
The Parliament of Malaysia consists of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) and two houses, the Dewan Rakyat (the House of Representatives) and Dewan Negara (the Senate).
Members are referred to as "Members of Parliament (MPs)" or "Ahli Dewan Rakyat" (literally "member of the Dewan Rakyat") in Malay.

Monarchy of New Zealand

Queen of New ZealandMonarchKing of the British Dominions Beyond the Seas
The New Zealand Parliament is made up of the monarch and the unicameral House of Representatives.
Most of the related powers are instead exercised by the elected members of parliament, the ministers of the Crown generally drawn from amongst them, and the judges and justices of the peace.

Member of Provincial Parliament (Canada)

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In certain provinces, legislators carry other titles: Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) in Ontario, Member of the National Assembly (MNA) in Quebec (député), and Member of the House of Assembly (MHA) in Newfoundland and Labrador.
In 1938, Frederick Fraser Hunter, the Member for St. Patrick, introduced a private member's bill to designate members as Members of Parliament (MPs) arguing that the titles of MPP or MLA were confusing, inaccurate, and undignified.

Appointed and National List Member of Parliament

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Members are elected in a general elections or appointed from the national lists allocated to parties (and independent groups) in proportion to their share of the national vote at a general election.
A National List Member of Parliament (National List MP) is an unelected Member of Parliament who is appointed by a political party or an independent group to the Parliament of Sri Lanka.

Resignation from the British House of Commons

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Technically, MPs have no right to resign their seats (though they may refuse to seek re-election).
Members of Parliament (MPs) sitting in the House of Commons in the United Kingdom are technically not permitted to resign their seats.

Independent politician

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Members are elected in a general elections or appointed from the national lists allocated to parties (and independent groups) in proportion to their share of the national vote at a general election.
Independent politicians have held considerable sway in the House of Commons of Canada in recent years as Canada has been governed by successive minority governments with independent Members of Parliament (MPs) sometimes sharing in the balance of power.

Parliament of Singapore

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Member of Parliament refers to elected members of the Parliament of Singapore, the appointed Non-Constituency members of Parliament from the opposition, as well as the Nominated members of Parliament, who may be appointed from members of the public who have no connection to any political party in Singapore.
First, it refers to the institution made up of a group of people (Members of Parliament or MPs) who are elected to discuss matters of state.

Parliament of the Bahamas

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The Parliament of The Bahamas is the bicameral national parliament of Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Most bills are introduced into Parliament by a Government minister, but in principle any parliamentarian may introduce a bill.

House of Lords

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The House of Lords is a legislative chamber that is part of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
This new parliament was, in effect, the continuation of the Parliament of England with the addition of 45 MPs and 16 Peers to represent Scotland.

President of India

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As of 2018, Lok Sabha has 545 seats, of which 543 members are elected popularly by single-member constituencies via first past the post method in each of the 29 Indian states and 7 union territories, while the President of India may appoint 2 representatives of the Anglo-Indian community.
Although Indian presidential elections involve actual voting by MPs and MLAs, they tend to vote for the candidate supported by their respective parties.

National Assembly of Cambodia

National AssemblyConstituent AssemblyMember of Parliament
The member of Parliament refers to the elected members of the National Assembly.
The National Assembly is an elected body consisting of 125 members known as Members of Parliament (MPs).

General election

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Members are elected in a general elections or appointed from the national lists allocated to parties (and independent groups) in proportion to their share of the national vote at a general election.

Parliamentary group

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Members of parliament tend to form parliamentary groups (also called parliamentary parties) with members of the same political party.
In the United Kingdom Parliament there exist associations of MPs called all-party parliamentary groups, which bring together members of different parliamentary groups who wish to involve themselves with a particular subject.