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Minority Party

  1. Each standing and select committee is led by a chair (who belongs to the majority party) and a ranking member (who belongs to the minority party).

Single Majority Party

  1. In the parliamentary elections held under this government on 27 February 1991, Bangladesh Nationalist Party emerged victorious as a single majority party.


  1. The Speaker in the United States is, by tradition, the head of the majority party in the House of Representatives, outranking the Majority Leader.


  1. Despite this, the 1983 election still saw Labour remain the majority party in Scotland, with a smaller swing to the Conservatives than in England.


  1. By 1906, the Senate maintained 66 standing and select committees—eight more committees than members of the majority party.
  2. Thus the government is usually composed of the members of the majority party.

Municipal Council

  1. The mayor (ordførar) of a municipality in Norway is a representative of the majority party of the municipal council who is elected to lead the council.

Baath Party

  1. A description of the Baath Party, the political party of Saddam Hussein, former ruler of Iraq, and the majority party in Syria.


  1. The executive branch is formed by the majority party and the party leader is the Premier of Manitoba, the head of government.
  2. A new head of government will immediately be appointed by the majority party in the legislature to replace the old one through a simple majority vote.
  3. The Labour Party is committed to representing the ideals of our movement in Government and ultimately we aim to be the majority party in Dail Eireann.


  1. In 2006, Hamas won a majority in the Palestinian Legislative Council, where it remains the majority party.
  2. By rule, the majority party has eight members on the committee, regardless of the number of seats held by the majority in overall Senate.


  1. Majority Leader: Leader of the majority party in either the House or the Senate.


  1. The leader of the majority party in the House is named Prime Minister and appoints a cabinet from members of the Senate and House.
  2. The cabinet is selected by the majority party or parties.

Senior Members

  1. The committees are chaired by senior members of the majority party.


  1. The actual power in St. Lucia lies with the prime minister and the cabinet, usually representing the majority party in parliament.
  2. It is usually formed by the majority party in Parliament, if one exists, or by the largest party in Parliament along with coalition partners.
  3. The Malawi Congress Party also emerged as the majority party in parliament, with a total of 58 seats.

Lower House

  1. The government is formed in the lower house, and the leader of the majority party in the National Assembly is the President.
  2. The prime minister, who leads the majority party in the lower house, must be a member.

Prime Minister

  1. Following legislative elections, the leader of the majority party or the majority coalition is usually appointed prime minister by the president.
  2. He or she is elected as a Member of Parliament, and as leader of the Majority Party, becomes Prime Minister.
  3. Following elections, the president appoints the leader of the majority party or majority coalition as the Prime Minister of East Timor.

Ruling Coalition

  1. The Prime Minister is expected to represent the majority party or ruling coalition in the parliament.

Majority Party

  1. The President selects the leader of the majority party or ruling coalition in the Knesset as the Prime Minister, who serves as head of government.
  2. The head of government is the Prime Minister, who is usually the leader of the majority party in Parliament.
  3. The prime minister, the head of government, is the leader of the majority party or coalition and is appointed by the governor-general.


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