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What In 1619 the first elected legislative body in the New World was established in Jamestown. What is the name of this important legislative assembly?

Wrong. It wasn’t established in Jamestown, but in Plymouth colony in 1620 and it was called the Mayflower compact.


When was Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick Television Service created?

Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick Television Service was created in 2006.


What is the name of the speaker of the legislative assembly?

Speaker of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly - Vicki Dunne Speaker of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly - Shelley Hancock Speaker of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly - Kezia Purick Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland - Fiona Simpson Speaker of the Victorian Legislative Assembly - Christine Fyffe Speaker of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly - Michael Sutherland Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta - Gene Zwozdesky Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia - Linda Reid Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba - George Hickes Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories - Jackie Jacobson Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut - George Qulaut Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario - Dave Levac Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island - Carolyn Bertram Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan - Daniel H. D'Autremont Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick - Dale Graham Speaker of the Yukon Legislative Assembly - David Laxton Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Falkland Islands - Keith Biles


When was the new legislative assembly formed?

In Canada it was when Upper Canada and Lower Canada united after the Act of Union the first legislative assembly was in 1841.


What has the author Diane Myles written?

Diane Myles has written: 'Speakers of the Legislative Assembly, Province of New Brunswick, 1786-1985' -- subject(s): Biography, History, Legislative bodies, New Brunswick, New Brunswick. Legislative Assembly, Presiding officer, Speaker


Famous green buildings in Tamil Nadu?

tamilnadu new legislative assembly


What are the parts of the legislative branch of New York government called?

The Senate and the Assembly.


What are the parts of the legislative branch in New Jersey called?

It has a Senate and a General Assembly.


Who makes up the legislative branch of New Jersey?

the senate and the general assembly


Is the New York State Assembly a lot like the Supreme Court?

No, the New York State Assembly is a legislative body, more analogous to Congress.


What are the names of the two houses of parliament?

In Australia, federally, the two houses of Parliament are the Senate (Upper house) and the House of Representatives(lower house).Within each of the states and territories, this changes, and the names of the houses of Parliament are as follows:New South Wales: Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house)Victoria: Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house)South Australia: Legislative Council (upper house) and House of Assembly (lower house)Queensland: Legislative Assembly (there is only one house)Western Australia: Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house)Tasmania: Legislative Council (upper house) and House of Assembly (lower house)Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory:Legislative Assembly (one house only)


What are the houses of parliament called in New South Wales?

The Houses of Parliament in New South Wales are the Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house).


How many women hold seats in the legislative assembly in new south wales?

non


How many houses of parliament are there in New South Wales?

There are two. The Houses of Parliament in New South Wales are the Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house).


What is the legislative about?

"Legislative" refers to the part of the government with the responsibility of making new laws and carrying out decisions. All democratic countries have an elected assembly for this purpose, such as a Parliament, Congress or a National Assembly. The people vote to decide who they want to be in the assembly, and members of the assembly then vote to decide which laws should be passed.


Which explorer established the first settlement in new France?

Samuel de Champlain founded New France and Quebec.


Who is your representative in the Legislature of New Brunswick?

The Queen's provincial representative: Lieutenant Governor of New BrunswickThe Legislature of New Brunswick is comprised of Her Majesty the Queen in Right of New Brunswick as represented by the Lieutenant Governor (s. 65 of the Constitution Act, 1867), and the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick (s. 88 of the Act). The Lieutenant Governor is appointed by the Governor General-in-Council, and serves at the pleasure of the Governor General. As of 30 September 2009, His Honour the Honourable Graydon Nicholas, O.N.B., the Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick, represents Her Majesty.Members of the Legislative Assembly of New BrunswickThe Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick usually has 55 members. As the Legislative Assembly was dissolved on 26 August 2010 by the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council, there are currently no members of the Legislative Assembly. Members-elect are to be decided on 27 September 2010, at a general election to use a system of single-member plurality.


Why was Samuel de Champlain important in the development of new France?

he was important because he built the colony of new France in Quebec and established the basis of new France and hr was called the " FATHER OF NEW FRANCE".


What are the two houses of state parliament in Australia?

Different states have different houses of parliament.In Australia, federally, the two houses of Parliament are the Senate (Upper house) and the House of Representatives(lower house).Within each of the states and territories, this changes, and the names of the houses of Parliament are as follows:New South Wales: Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house)Victoria: Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house)South Australia: Legislative Council (upper house) and House of Assembly (lower house)Queensland: Legislative Assembly (there is only one house)Western Australia: Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house)Tasmania: Legislative Council (upper house) and House of Assembly (lower house)Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory:Legislative Assembly (one house only)


What political fractions made up the legislative assembly?

A new constitution that created a limited constitutional monarchy .


New orleans was established by people from which european country?

france!


What is another name for The State Legislature?

A number of states have a "General Assembly". Oregon and North Dakota have a "Legislative Assembly" and Massachusetts and New Hampshire have a "General Court".


In 1608 where was the new france established?

In present-day Canada and America.


What three parts will form the new government of New York?

An Executive Branch of Government, a Legislative Branch consisting of a Senate and an Assembly and a Judiciary Branch.


What country established the first permanent European settlement in the new world?

France