How bicameral legislature is different from unicameral legislature?
A unicameral legislature has one body of lawmakers and a bicameral legislature has two bodies of lawmakers. The congress of the United States is bicameral. One body of the legislature is the senate and the other is the house. The legislatures of all the states but one are bicameral. The English Parliament is bicameral. One house is Lords, the other commons.
A unicameral legislation, as opposed to a bicameral legislation, has only one house. Unicameral legislation is likely to exist in either small states where there is no need for several different assemblies. Unicameral legislatures are more likely found in communist states, such as the People's Republic of China.
If your legislature has an upper and lower house, then it is bicameral. Italy has a Chamber of Deputies and Senate with legislative power, so it is a bicameral system. Israel's Knesset is the only legislative body in the country on a national level, so it is called a unicameral parliamentary system.
A unicameral parliament is a legislature consisting of one house. The most common alternative form is a bicameral parliament, where the legislature consists of two houses whose members are selected using somewhat different criteria. France is an example of a coutry with a unicameral parliament. The United Kingdom is an example of a bicameral parliament, the the houses being the House of Common (with members selected by popular vote) and the House of Lords (until…
A bicameral legislature, which the US uses, consists of two houses in Congress (the Senate and the House of Representatives). It allows for all classes to be represented and essentially creates "fairness" for states, regardless of the size. Unicameral legislatures are common in Communist states. They do not allow for equal representation of the lower classes. It consists of one chamber, or house.
If you mean Congress, yes. "camera" is actually the latin word for a chamber or private place. "Bicameral" derives from this word and because the prefix "bi-" means two, the word means "two houses" (Senate and House of Representatives) with overlapping and separate powers. Most state legislatures are also bicameral. If there is only one "house" it's called "unicameral" as the prefix "uni-" from latin means one. Nebraska is an example of a state with…