How many days have usually passed from the parliamentary elections to the constitution of the new parliamentary convocation in the last 30 years?
The National Assembly is considered constituted by the confirmation of the mandate of two thirds of the deputies (Article 16 of the Law on the National Assembly), and the mandates of the newly elected deputies are confirmed at the constituting session of the Assembly within 30 days of the announcement of the final election results.
On average, how long did we wait for the formation of a new assembly after the elections? When were the Speakers of the Parliament elected on the same day when the assembly was constituted, and which election of the Speaker of the Parliament did we wait the longest for? Find out in a new fact sheet prepared by the Open Parliament team.