Grand Senate of the Grand Union
Type Bicameral
Houses Council of Nations
General Assembly
First Senator Rekard Joglia, Christian Social Union
since 1894
Presiding Councilor Genrik Strauss, Latvian Delegation
since 1879
Speaker Niklaus Streiner, Christian Social Union
since 1894
Chancellor Grigory Potemkin, United Liberal Party
since 1894
Deputee Speaker Vladimir Bachko, National Conservative Party
since 1894
Vice-Chancellor Liam Nikos, New Democratic Party
since 1894
Members 1120
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Council of Nations Political groups Non-Partisan
  •      Pskovian Delegation (20)
  •      Belarussian Delegation (20)
  •      Estonian Delegation (20)
  •      Lithuanian Delegation (20)
  •      Latvian Delegation (20)
  •      Colonial Delegation (20)
General Assembly Political groups Government (420)
  •      Christian Social Union (304)
  •      National Conservative Party (116)

Official Opposition (225)

  •      United Liberal Party (225)

Opposition (225)

  •      New Democratic Party (96)
  •      Grand Union Agrarian Party (56)
  •      Lithuanian Nationalist Union (35)
  •      Latvian National Democratic Coalition (22)
  •      Industrialist Faction (16)

Other (130)

  •      Vacant (33)
  •      Non-Affiliated (97)
Council of Nations Voting system Appointment by Republic Legislatures
General Assembly Voting system First Past the Post
Meeting place
Pskov Krom, Pskov, Pskov Republic

This is the page for the Official legislature of the Grand Union. Established in the early 18th century, and becoming the main governing body of the Union in 1827. The Government of the Grand Union is led by the "First Senator", who also acts as leader of the lower house, the General Assembly. The Upper House, the Council of Nations, is led by the "Presiding Councilor". In addition, there are four "Officers of Order" in the General Assembly, the Speaker, Deputee-Speaker, Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor. The "Speakership" is awarded to the Government in general, and the Chancellery is awarded to the Opposition in general. The Four act as effective translators to the rest of the deputees of the GA, and there are representatives from both opposition and government to ensure that translations are accurate. The Speakers also have the role of leading discussion, however the Chancellor has the right to intervene if he believes that too much time is awarded to either side of the discussed legislation.