National Council (Monaco)

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National Council
Conseil National
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
President
Christophe Steiner (New Majority)
Structure
Seats 24
Conseil national de Monaco 2013.svg
Political groups
     New Majority (13)
     Horizon Monaco (7)
     Union Monegasque (3)
     Renaissance (1)
Elections
Party-list proportional representation
Last election
10 February 2013
Meeting place
National Council (Monaco).jpg
Monaco-Ville
Website
www.conseil-national.mc/index.php
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The National Council (French: Conseil National) is the parliament (legislative body) of the Principality of Monaco. The body is composed of twenty-four members, who are elected from lists by universal suffrage. Councilors serve for five-year terms, and though it may act independently of the Prince, he may dissolve it at any time, provided that new elections be held within three months.

The Council meets at least twice per year to vote on the country's budget and bills proposed by the prince's government. Ordinances (executive orders) are debated in the Council of Government, and once approved, must be submitted to the prince within eighty days for his signature, which makes them legally enforceable. If he does not express opposition within ten days of submission, they become valid. The current president of the national council is Christophe Steiner (NM, R&E).

Presidents of the National Council

President Party Term
Eugène Marquet 1911-1914[1]
Dissolved by: Albert I
Eugène Marquet 1918-1928[2]
Jean Marsan 1929[3]
Eugène Marquet 1930[4]
Dissolved by: Louis II
Henri Settimo 1933-1944[5]
Charles Bellando 1944-1950[6]
Louis Aureglia 1950-1954[7]
Joseph Simon 1954-1955[8]
Louis Aureglia 1955-1958[9]
Joseph Simon 1958-1959[10]
Dissolved by: Rainier III
Joseph Simon      UND 1962-1968[11]
August Medecin      UND 1968-1978[12]
Jean-Charles Rey      UND 1978-1993[13]
Jean-Louis Campora      UND 1993-2003[14]
Stéphane Valeri      UP 2003-2010[15]
Jean-François Robillon      UP 2010-2013[16]
Laurent Nouvion      R&E 2013-2016[17]
Christophe Steiner      NM 2016-president[18]

Latest election

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Horizon Monaco 56,472 50.34 20 +15
Union Monegasque 43,743 38.99 3 –11
Renaissance 11,964 10.67 1
Invalid/blank votes 222
Total 112,401 100 24 0
Registered voters/turnout 6,825 74.55
Source: Mairie de Monaco

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References

  1. ^ Eugène Marquet en Conseil National
  2. ^ Eugène Marquet en Conseil National
  3. ^ Jean Marsan en Conseil National
  4. ^ Eugène Marquet en Conseil National
  5. ^ Henri Settimo en Conseil National
  6. ^ Charles Bellando en Conseil National
  7. ^ Louis Aureglia en Conseil National
  8. ^ Joseph Simon en Conseil National
  9. ^ Louis Aureglia en Conseil National
  10. ^ Joseph Simon en Conseil National
  11. ^ Joseph Simon en Conseil National
  12. ^ August Medecin en Conseil National
  13. ^ Jean-Charles Rey en Conseil National
  14. ^ Jean-Louis Campora en Conseil National
  15. ^ Stéphane Valeri en Conseil National
  16. ^ Jean-François Robillon en Conseil National
  17. ^ Laurent Nouvion en Conseil National
  18. ^ "Monaco élit son nouveau président du Conseil national, Christophe Steiner". Nice Matin. April 27, 2016. Retrieved July 15, 2016. 
  19. ^ Olga Taran, "New Majority at the National Council", Hello Monaco, 21-March-2017
  20. ^ "Arrangement in the Chamber" Conseil National

External links

  • Official website
  • Bulletin of Conseil National


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