National Assembly of
the Republic of Amra
Amra National Assembly seal
Official seal of the National Assembly
House Lower chamber of the Congress of the Republic
Term limits None
Created July 3, 2018
Session began August 20, 2018
Speaker Marie Lope (L)
since August 20, 2018
Majority leader Isabella Pez (L)
since August 20, 2018
Minority leader Louise Engle (C)
since August 20, 2018
Seats 28
Amra National Assembly map (1)
Liberal Party (blue)
Conservative Party (red)
Political groups Liberal (16 seats)
Conservative (12 seats)
Term length 1 year
Previous election N/A
(appointed by Jack Hill)
Next election July 3, 2019 (7 seats)
Meeting place
400 Building
Amra Capitol complex
Grana, Federal District
Republic of Amra

The National Assembly of the Republic of Amra is the lower chamber of the Congress of the Republic. It, along with the Senate, comprises the national legislature of the Republic of Amra. It is headquartered in the 200 Building of the Capitol complex in Grana.

The National Assembly has the constitutional ability to introduce and vote on bills passed to the chamber from citizens, giving the people the power to lobby the federal government.

Unlike the Senate, the National Assembly is headed by the Speaker, who is elected by the members of the Assembly. The Speaker leads all votes and debates in the Assembly.

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