Unicameral system

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  • Countries with a unicameral system
  • Countries with a unicameral system and an advisory body
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  • The unicameral system or unicameral parliament describes a parliament that consists of only one chamber . Thus, an assembly of parliamentarians has the entire (particularly legislative ) state power. This means that intra-parliamentary blockades, i.e. This means that one chamber prevents the other from advancing through a veto or the like.

    The counterpart to this is the two-chamber system or the very rare three-chamber system .


    About half of all sovereign states have unicameral systems, including the most populous country, the People's Republic of China .

    Single-chamber systems exist in the following countries, for example: