the lower house in the bicameral parliament of an Australian state or colony; or the sole house of the parliament of a modern Australian Territory
See National Assembly
(Click for photo [27k]) The Lower House of the Parliament of Victoria.
The lower house of some parliaments and the only house in the ACT. A total of 17 Members are elected from three electorates to represent the citizens of the ACT and make decisions on their behalf.
the assembly of elected members (currently 79 in B.C.). Often referred to as "the House", a reference to the British House of Commons. The Legislative Assembly is one of the three branches of government, along with the executive and the judiciary. The Assembly is responsible for debating and approving the legislation and budget initiatives of the executive branch, which is represented in the Legislative Assembly by the Cabinet.
A lawmaking body of elected representatives; sometimes called the House.
The "lower house" of the Parliament of Victoria, which is modelled on the House of Commons in Westminster in the United Kingdom. The Assembly is the seat of Government, where the Party or Parties with a majority form Government and thereby have control over Executive Government through control of the Victorian Public Service via the appointment of Ministers. The Assembly is the only Chamber in which financial bills can be introduced, but other bills can be introduced in either Chamber.
The legislative assembly is the elected body of 52 members forming part of the Legislature. In Nova Scotia, the legislative assembly is officially called the House of Assembly.
The Lower House of the NSW State Parliament. It has 93 Members who are elected for a four year term by voters in NSW.
The governing body which debates and makes laws. It is sometimes referred to as the legislature, or the house.
The elected members of Parliament, sitting as the Legislative Assembly.
1791-1792 session of the National Assembly which ended with the declaration of the French Republic.
The legislative body for the Northwest Territories.
the lower House of Parliament in New South Wales, Queensland and the (where it is the only House), Victoria and Western Australia and in the Australian Capital Territory.
A Legislative Assembly in some parts of the Commonwealth refers to a legislature, or a chamber of the legislature.
During the French Revolution, the Legislative Assembly was the legislature of France from October 1 1791 to September 1792. It provided the focus of political debate and revolutionary law-making between the periods of the National Constituent Assembly and of the National Convention.