The Italian Parliament is the national parliament of the Italian Republic. It is the representative body of Italian citizens and is the successor to the Parliament of the Kingdom of Italy, the transitional National Council and the Constituent Assembly. It is a bicameral legislature with 600 elected members and a small number of unelected members. The Italian Parliament is composed of the Chamber of Deputies, as well as the Senate of the Republic. The two Houses are independent from one another a
Meeting place. Palazzo Montecitorio, Rome. Palazzo Madama, Rome. The Parliament of the Kingdom of Italy ( Italian: Parlamento del Regno d'Italia) was the bicameral parliament of the Kingdom of Italy. It was established in 1861 to replace the Parliament of the Kingdom of Sardinia and lasted until 18 June 1946, when it was replaced by the present-day Italian Parliament.
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It is the representative body of Italian citizens. It is a bicameral legislature with 945 elected members and a small number of unelected members ( parlamentari ). The Italian Parliament is made up of the Chamber of Deputies (with 630 members or deputati elected on a national basis)  and Senate of the Republic (with 315 members or senatori.
Italia ka një kushtetutë të shkruar demokratike, që rezulton nga puna e një Asambleje Kushtetuese formuar nga përfaqësuesit e të gjitha forcave antifashiste që kanë kontribuar në humbjen e naziste dhe forcave fashiste gjatë Luftës Civile. Italia ka një qeveri parlamentare të bazuar në një sistem votimi proporcional.
English: Today the Parliament of Italian Republic is a bicameral legislature with 945 elected members. It is composed of the Chamber of Deputies, with 630 members, and the Senate of the Republic, with 315 members.
A parliamentary system of government means that the executive branch of government has the direct or indirect support of the parliament. This support is usually shown by a vote of confidence . A balanced relationship between the executive and the legislature in a parliamentary system is called responsible government .