Parliament

The unicameral parliament takes the role of the legislature. Such a polity is very popular in all regions of the world – many European and Asian countries successfully use a similar structure to manage the state apparatus.

The unicameral parliament is the supreme legislative organ of the state power. It is elected by the entire population of the country and has a very wide range of powers.

The main advantage of a one-chamber apparatus is a significant simplification of the process of law-making and high speed of making important decisions.

High social mobility – one of the key features of the country: everyone can become a member of parliament and contribute to the development of the state. Here, however, two requirements must be met: to have a nationality of the state and support of the people. According to the constitution, these are people, who are the source of power in the country – at the national voting citizens choose their henchmen, who for three years represent the people in parliament. Transparency and openness of the activities of government allows people to follow the work of their elected representatives.

The main functions, fulfilled by the Parliament, are the following:

• lawmaking: discussion of draft laws, adoption of amendments and additions to the negotiation, signing;

• representation: to represent and protect the interests of their constituents;

• feedback: work with population, collection and analysis of information, expressing public opinion, conducting "round tables", briefings, work with the correspondence received from the voters;

• formation of the country's budget and control over its execution;

• Formation of the main directions of foreign policy;

• ratification of international treaties.

High efficiency of the Parliament became the key to stable economic growth – members of parliament promptly react to changing circumstances and make timely adjustments in the main course of the country's development.