It is common for a country to have a legislature — a body created to approve measures that will form the law of the land. Legislatures exist under a variety of names, of which National Assembly is the most popular (Loewenberg 2011, p. 18). Some use the term Congress, Parliament or Legislative Assembly. Others use terms specific to their language. In the United Kingdom, and in Commonwealth countries influenced by British experience, Parliament is preferred.
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