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List of Parliaments of Different Countries

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List of Parliaments of Different Countries

Important Parliaments of Different Country in the World are very important for your upcoming govt. job examinations like SSC, CGL, CHSL, MTS, UPSC, IAS, Railway Banking and other competitive tests.

I have updated some important names of different parliament of the different countries around the world. I hope this post of static general knowledge (GK) would be helpful for your exams.

# Countries and Their Parliament Names

Name of Countries Name of Parliaments  Type
 Australia Federal Parliament Bicameral
 Afghanistan Shora Bicameral
 Bangladesh Jatiya Sansad Unicameral
 Bhutan Tshogdu Bicameral
 Britain Parliament (House of Commons and House of Lords) Bicameral
 Canada Parliament Bicameral
 China National People’s Congress Unicameral
 Denmark Folketing Unicameral
 France National Assembly Bicameral
 Germany Bundestag (Lower House) and Bundesrat (Upper House) Bicameral
 India Sansad (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) Bicameral
 Iran Majlis Unicameral
 Israel Knesset Unicameral
 Japan Diet Bicameral
 Maldives Mazlis Bicameral
 Myanmar Pyithu Hluttaw (People’s Assembly) Bicameral
 Norway Storting Unicameral
 Nepal Rashtriya Panchayat Bicameral
 Pakistan National Assembly Bicameral
 Russia Duma and Federal Council Bicameral
 Switzerland Federal Assembly Bicameral
 Spain Cortes Generales Bicameral
 Turkey Grand National Assembly Unicameral
 U.S.A Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) Bicameral
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I have not included all the countries with their parliament because for competitive exams knowing all the names of parliaments is not required. That’s why I have updated with some important countries. And do not forget to share this post with your friends.


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