How many MPs are in the parliament from Kerala?
Guess depending upon the number of districts in kerala..
20 plus 1 Anglo-Indian Nominee, thus total of 21 MPs are there in Lok Sabha. And 9 Rajya Sabha MPs. Hence a total of 30 MPs are there in Indian Parliament from Kerala.
There are 20 MPs in Kerala
There are 20 MPs in Kerala
As of 2014, 59 members of Parliament are Scottish. Many people feel as though Scottish MPs are no longer necessary in Parliament.
There are 646 seats (and therefore MPs) in the Westminster Parliament
The number changes. It is also dependant on which parliament you mean
how many MP's in parlament kenya
21 MPs are there in Lok Sabha from Kerala including one Anglo-Indian nominee in 2011.
528 In total there are 646 Members of Parliament (MPs) in the UK Parliament. Excluding the 59 Scottish MPs, 18 Northern Irish MPs and 41 Welsh MPs, there are 528 English MPs.
86 MPs as on September 2012. 60 Lok Sabha MPs and 26 Rajya Sabha MPs.
60 Lok Sabha MPs [15th Lok Sabha] and 26 Rajya Sabha MPs are women. Thus a total of 86 MPs are women in Indian Parliament as on September 2012.
140 legislative and 20 parliament constituencies are in Kerala.
No. Only MPs from Scotland are Scottish MPs. There are MPs in Westminster from Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. There are also MSPs, which are Members of the Scottish Parliament. They are different to the Scottish MPs. MPs attend Westminster in London. MSPs attend the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.
MPs do not vote in Big Ben as it is a clock tower. They vote in the Houses of Parliament (also called Westminster Palace), which is the main building. The Houses of Parliament consists of two bodies of people: The House of Lords and The House of Commons. The House of Commons is the only one to have MPs. As of 2010 there are 650 MPs. MPs = Members of Parliament
As of the last seating, there are 59 Members of Parliament (MP) from Scotland in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. There is also a 129-member Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.
There are 650 MPs in the British House of Commons. There are efforts to reduce this number, perhaps to around 400. This is one of Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister's remits.
There are 361 MPs in the British House of Commons, and 786 members of the House of Lords, although in the latter case, at least 20 of them tend to be on leave at any given time.
MPs meet as part of the UK government in the Palace of Westminster, normally known as the Houses of Parliament.
because they are children
The English Parliament
There are 22 MPs for the city of Toronto.
Parliament had warning that he was coming with his soldiers and helped the 5 MPs to escape undetected before he arrived.
Parliament consists of the House of Commons, the Senate, and the Crown. As of summer, 2010, there are normally 308 members of the House of Commons and 105 members of the Senate.
There are 650 MPs in the elected House of Commons and 743 peers and bishops (26) in the House of Lords.
Assuming you mean Members of Parliament, it depends which country you are referring to. If you mean Military Police then the same will apply.
There are 258 Labour Members of Parliament as of January 11, 2012, plus 3 MPs from the Social and Democratic Labour Party, which is another Labour party based in Northern Ireland only.
Members of Parliament, or MPs are representatives of voters or the people in parliament, usually the lower house. See 'related links' for more details.
20 + 1 Anglo Indian nominee seats in Lok Sabha and 9 Rajya Sabha seats. Thus a total of 30 seats in Parliament from Kerala.
how many mps are there in the house of commens?
its not known how many green MPs there are!!
The Canadian legislature is called parliament, and those who are part of it are called members of parliament (or MPs for short).
Duties of Members of Parliament (MPs) include: debating proposed bills by the Cabinet voting on a bill as a group, which then becomes law if passed by the House of Commons and the Senate are the voices of people in their riding; MPs express their concerns opposition MPs question the actions of the party in power examine various issues
There are currently only two fully-independent (having no political affiliation) Member of Parliament in the House of Commons.
There are 519 male MPsThere are 126 female MPs. That means that there are 645 MPs in British Parliment
How many members of the fnm are mps
A Member of Parliament helps his constituents (people in his area). E.g. to help people get a suitable house so that they can have enough bedroom space due to children or other circumstances. Members of Parliament (MPs) A Member of Parliament (MP) is a person in government who is chosen in elections to represent citizens, and to debate and vote on public issues in parliament. For example, as the population in Canada increases, so does… Read More
•It is very important to have women MPs because of many reasons. Some of these include: -It was important for parliament to hear both points of view of things from men and women. -Making representation more fair and more just and increasing and enhancing democracy.
A Member of Parliament (MP) is a person elected by voters in an area to represent them in parliament. In a general election, each area (constituency) chooses an MP to represent them. MPs have a responsibility to represent the views of their constituency in parliament.
The House of Representatives has 120 members, although due to an "overhang" (i.e. the Maori Party has won more electorate seats than party votes) there are currently 122 members of parliament.
There are three Labor MPs in Scotland.
there are 307 Conservative MPs
Members of Parliament get paid according to a pay scale and their position. Backbench MPs are not paid as much as Cabinet MPs or as much as the Prime Minister. Refer to the related link below which gives the current pay scale.
Siaya is a county which has six constituencies that are represented by MPs.
In politics, MP is the abbreviation for "Member of Parliament." MPs are found in most parliamentary systems.
No, Ireland is not a Socialist state. There are 4 Socialist block MPs in Parliament out of a total of 166
Most Ministers and all parliamentary secretaries are Members of Parliament. Those Ministers who aren't MPs are Senators. The Governor General and civil servants are not Members of Parliament.
Yes. Scotland elects MPs to the Westminster Parliament, which serves the whole of the United Kingdom, and MSPs to the Holyrood Parliament, which legislates for devolved issues.