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What is Unicameral

This means having one chamber. Refers to the number of chambers in a parliament e.g New Zealand has only one parliament and has an unicameral parliament. The UK has a bicameral parliament as it has both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. All bills need to pass through both Houses of Parliaments before they can become law.

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