Civics

What is 'Parliament'?


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Assembly of elected representatives at the national level


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The Parliament of India (Sansad) is the supreme law-making institution. It has two Houses, the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha. Rajya Sabha (Council of States), with a total strength of 245 members, is chaired by the Vice-President of India. Lok Sabha (House of the People), with a total membership of 545, is presided over by the Speaker.
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