Parliament of New Balland
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The Parliament is a democratically elected body, usually consisting of 5 members known as Members of Parliament. Members are elected for limited terms, holding office until Parliament is dissolved (a maximum of three years).
Laws are initially proposed to the Parliament as bills. They become Acts after being approved three times by Chamber votes and then receiving the Royal Assent from the Governor-General. The majority of bills are promulgated by the government of the day (that is, the First Secretary in Parliament). It is also possible for individual MPs to promote their own bills, called member's bills — these are usually put forward by MPs. Local government and private individuals may also bring forward legislation.
Politics in New Balland are characterized by its non-partisan system, that excludes parties of elections either in Legislative or Executive affairs. Instead, the Parliament has groups, called informally the Colour books, divided in base of the Parliamentary's political ideology.
New Balland does not represent any political division in the Parliament, avoiding a federal system, members are chosen in base of the people's decision, based in the rule that there must be always more than two colour books. As well, the colour books play an important rule when it comes to the elections, since these work as non-physical electorates.
There is no general rule regarding the number of MPs, it depends on every election.