Parliament of Carloso

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Parliament of Carloso
Parlamento de Cárloso
43rd Parliament of Carloso
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
HousesParliament
Structure
Seats
  • 859
2018 Parliament of Carloso.svg
Political groups
Government
Opposition
  •      Conservative Party (183)
Other opposition parties
  •      Democratic Party (68)
  •      Socialist Republicans (30)
  •      Synarchist Union (24)
  •      Communist (18)
  •      Independent (29)
Elections
Single transferable vote
Last election
11 November 2015
Next election
11 November 2020
Meeting place
Façade du British Museum.svg
House of the Parliament, Madrigal, Carloso

The Parliament of Carloso (Spanish: Parlamento de Cárloso) is the unicameral legislature of Carloso. While its current form dates to the enactment of the new Constitution of Carloso in 1956, the Parliament itself can be traced back to independence in 1581. Historically, it was divided between the House of Commons and the House of Lords; later the National Assembly and Senate in the Republican period, however the 1956 constitution abolished the lower and upper houses and replaced them and with a unicameral Parliament.