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National Assembly of Republika Srpska

Narodna skupština
Народна скупштина
Type
Type Unicameral
Leadership
President Igor Radojičić
Structure
Seats 83
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Political groups

     SNSD (37)
     SDS (18)
     PDP (7)
     DNS (6)
     SP (4)
     SDP (3)
     DP (2)
     SDA (2)
     NDS (2)
     SRSRS (1)

     Independent  (1)
Elections
Last election 3 October 2010
Meeting place
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Dom Narodne Skupštine
2 Vuk Karadzic Street
Banja Luka
Website
www.narodnaskupstinars.net

The National Assembly (Serbian: Народна скупштина / Narodna skupština) is the legislative body of the Republika Srpska, one of two entities comprising the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The current assembly is the seventh since the founding of the entity.

History

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  • First Assembly (24 October 1991 to 14 September 1996)
  • Second Assembly (19 October 1996 to 27 December 1997) (election of 4 September 1996)
  • Third Assembly (27 December 1997 to 19 October 1998) (election of 14 September 1997)
  • Fourth Assembly (19 October 1998 to 16 December 2000) (election of 13 September 1998)
  • Fifth Assembly (16 December 2000 to 28 November 2002) (election of 11 September 2000)
  • Sixth Assembly (28 November 2002 to 9 November 2006) (election of 5 October 2002)
  • Seventh Assembly (from 9 November 2006) (election of 1 October 2006)
  • Eighth Assembly (to be seated in November 2010) (election of 3 October 2010)

Current Composition

Total seats: 83[1]

See also

References

External links

  • National Assembly of the Republika Srpska
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