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The Parliament is an unicameral legislature representing all Asgardian citizens. It consists of 150 members selected from all-national equal direct elections on the basis of language in proportion to the 12 official languages of Asgardia.
A Chairman and his deputies are elected by the Members of Parliament from among the members of the Parliament.
Parliament comprise 12 committees whose areas of responsibility correspond to the Government ministries.
Asgardia’s Counting Commission has released the results of the voting during the last parliamentary session
Approval of acting ministers, assignment of members to parliamentary committees and the national budget of Asgardia for the next year - a...
Parliament accepts amendment and introduces Citizenship Fee
In the period from 2018 to 2019 inclusive (years 0002 and 0003 by Asgardian calendar) annual amount of citizenship fee is set in the amou...
Chair of Parliament announced that Parliament has endorsed the Citizenship Fee. This means we can take the next step in our journey towar...
The Act on Acts, is an important piece of legislation that outlines the rules on which an act goes from being a concept to becoming one o...
Asgardia's Parliament has concluded the final session of a three-day Parliamentary sitting at 08:25 CET On the 12th of October. This sess...
The Chairman of Parliament, Lembit Öpik and the Chair of Parliament’s Citizenship Committee, Ben Dell visited the beautiful coastal city...
Parliament has carried out an important step by finalising the selection of the Chair and Deputy Chair for each of the twelve parliamenta...
Lembit Öpik Chairman of Parliament
Lembit Öpik was born March 2, 1965 in Bangor, United Kingdom. British politician, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrat Party, published author of fiction and non-fiction, and a regular contributor as a political commentator on national and international programmes.
In 1997, Lembit Öpik was elected to British Parliament where he served for 13 years.
In 2001, he was elected Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrat Party.
During his years in that role the movement achieved its greatest political advances since the party was formed.
Since 2010, Mr. Öpik has been very active in three areas: writing, broadcasting and public affairs. He is a published author of fiction and non-fiction, and a regular contributor as a political commentator on national and international programmes.
The Committee for Information and Communication monitors the policy, administration and expenditure of the Ministry for Information and Communication, and associated bodies.
Mr. Dennis Shoemaker Chair
The Citizenship Committee has the task of overseeing the expenditure, administration, and policy of the Ministry for Citizenship and its associated public bodies.
Mr. Benjamin Dell Chair
The Foreign Affairs Committee's remit is to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Foreign Office, other bodies associated with the Foreign Office.
Mr. Sergii Sergieiev Chair
The Justice Committee is appointed to ensure the effective operation of the expenditure, administration and policy of the Ministry of Justice.
Mr. Sotirios Alexandros Mouzakitis Chair
The Trade Committee is appointed to contribute to the processes of the expenditure, administration and policy of the Ministry for Trade and Commerce, and associated public bodies.
Mr. Berk Dalver Chair
The Science Committee exists to ensure that Government policy is based on good scientific and engineering advice and evidence.
Mr. Luca Sorriso Valvo Chair
The Youth and Education Committee monitors the policy, administration and spending of the Ministry for Youth and Education and its associated bodies.
Mr. Boris Berenfeld Chair
The Committee for Culture participates in the development of the policy, administration and expenditure of the Ministry for Culture, and associated bodies.
Mrs. Irina Nikitina Chair
The Safety and Security Committee is appointed to help to safeguard the integrity of Asgardia’s communication, trade and commerce systems.
Mr. Philip Appleby Chair
The Finance Committee considers expenditure on services and has particular responsibility for the preparation and detailed scrutiny of Asgardia’s budget.
Mr. Alexander Ryzhy Chair
The Equity and Resources Committee is appointed to examine the expenditure, administration and application of the resources of Asgardia, and associated public bodies.
Mr. Alex Alshvang Chair
The Manufacturing Committee is appointed to add to the effective administration, expenditure and policy of the Ministry for Manufacturing and its associated public bodies.
Mr. Fernando Jimenez Motte Chair
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