Supreme Assembly (Tajikistan)
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Supreme Assembly Tajikistan

Supreme Assembly (Majlisi Oli) Republic of Tajikistan

Tajik: ? ? ?

Majlisi Oliyi Jumhuriyi Tojikiston
Persian: ? ?
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Type
Type
HousesUpper: National Assembly
Lower: Assembly of Representatives
History
Founded25 February 1995
Preceded bySupreme Soviet of the Republic of Tajikistan
Leadership
Chairman of the National Assembly
Rustam Emomali
since 17 April 2020
Chairman of the Assembly of Representatives
Mahmadtoir Zokirzoda, PDPT
since 17 March 2020
Structure
SeatsTotal 96 members

33 senators in the National Assembly

63 deputies in the Assembly of Representatives
National Assembly (Majlisi Milli) of the Supreme Assembly (Majlisi Oli) of the Republic of Tajikistan.svg
National Assembly political groups
Tadjikistan Assemblée 2020.svg
Government (47)

Pro-Government (10)

Opposition (6)

  • Party of Economic Reforms (5)
  •   Democratic Party (1)
Elections
25 chosen by deputies of regional assembly and 8 appointed by the President of Tajikistan
Mixed-member proportional representation
National Assembly last election
15 April 2020
1 March 2020
National Assembly next election
April 2025
March 2025
Meeting place
Parliament House in Dousti Square (Dushanbe)
Website
National Assembly
Assembly of Representatives
Emblem of Tajikistan.svg

politics and government of
Tajikistan

Commonwealth of Independent States CIS Member State


Flag of Tajikistan.svg Tajikistan portal

The Supreme Assembly (Majlisi Oli) is the parliament of Tajikistan.

It has two chambers:

  • Assembly of Representatives (Majlisi namoyandagon), the lower chamber with 63 members elected for a five-year term, 22 by proportional representation and 41 in single-seat constituencies.[1] The previous Chairman of the Majlisi namoyandagon was Saydullo Khayrulloyev was elected on 27 March 2000.[2] He was succeeded by Shukurjon Zuhurov on 16 March 2010.
  • National Assembly (Majlisi milli), the upper chamber with 33 members, 25 elected for a five-year term by deputies of local majlisi and 8 appointed by the president.[3] The current Chairman of the Majlisi milli is Rustam Emomali[4] from 17 April 2020.[5]

The bicameral legislature was introduced in the September 1999 constitution. Prior to that, Tajikistan had a unicameral legislature called Supreme Assembly from 1995, and a unicameral Supreme Soviet before 1995.

See also

References

  1. ^ Assembly of Representatives (Majlisi namoyandagon): official website
  2. ^ RFE/RLNewsline - 28 March 2000
  3. ^ National Assembly (Majlisi milli): official website
  4. ^ ? II ? ? ? ? ? ?
  5. ^ RFE/RL Newsline, Vol. 4. No. 77. 00-04-18

External links

Coordinates: 38°34?26?N 68°47?16?E / 38.5739°N 68.7878°E / 38.5739; 68.7878



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