Grand Plenum of Cassia

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Public Consultative Plenum
Het:ṣin Pimaniqĩ Etyaq (kan)
Veitnývalar Føikirin (vrm)
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
History
Founded ????
Preceded by Continental Congress of the Hallegian Republic
New session started
2120
Leadership
Presiding Commission
see list
Representatives of the Opposition
see list
Since 2120
Structure
Seats 260
Plenum UFN 2103 Partisan.svg
Assembly of Deputies political groups
  Modernists (180)
  Socialists (53)
  Novatists (95)
  Ecologists (33)
  Libertaries (7)
  Privations (17)
  Elf Interests (13)
  Independents (5)
Plenum UFN 2103 Sectoral.svg
Assembly of Industries political groups
  Unions Congress (110)
  Cooperatives (77)
  Agriculture (10)
Length of term
3 years
Elections
Assembly of Deputies voting system
Plurality voting
FPTP
Assembly of Deputies last election
2120
Meeting place
File:UFN Plenary Hall.jpg
Great Hall of Progress, IU Headquarters, Arvaktar
Website
uzps:/pub.ufn.gov.publicplenum/
Constitution
Public Charter

The Grand Plenum of Cassia simply known as the Plenum, is the unicameral legislature of Cassia. While officially still a crowdsourcing body in the service of the technocratic Epistarchy, the Cassian Plenum hsa in practice held an equal and sometimes greater power over its executive body. This has lent comparisons to the Novatist model of the Council of Syndics, who officially held supreme power over the state. Unlike the Syndics, however, the Cassian political system, which seeks a unity of consensus and concrete action (oktikenaket a pauntabenet, or okapa), the Plenum is still bound to cooperate with the Epistarchy out of a shared sense of moral and civic duty, and should deadlock be reached, matters shall be determined with the masses by plebiscite.

The Plenum contains about 800 seats total, with half being reserved for locally elected delegates (deputies) and the other for the representatives of various industries and othet national sectors.