India - Mizoram Legislative Assembly

The Mizoram Legislative Assembly is the state legislative body in the Indian state of Mizoram. It is the primary legislative authority in the state and is responsible for making laws, overseeing the state governments functioning, and addressing the needs and concerns of the people of Mizoram. The Mizoram Legislative Assembly consists of elected representatives known as Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs). These MLAs are elected through general elections held in the state. The number of seats in the Mizoram Legislative Assembly is determined based on the population and geographical distribution of the state. Currently, the Mizoram Legislative Assembly has 40 seats. The political party or coalition that secures a majority of seats in the Mizoram Legislative Assembly forms the government in the state. The leader of the majority party or coalition becomes the Chief Minister, who is the head of the state government. The Mizoram Legislative Assembly plays a significant role in legislative matters, including passing bills, approving the state budget, and discussing and debating issues of state importance. It provides a platform for representatives to voice the concerns and interests of the people of Mizoram.

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