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Parliamentary groups are recognized in the parliamentary rules

Entity: Chamber

Field Id
is_groups_recognized
Field name
Parliamentary groups are recognized in the parliamentary rules
Label
Parliamentary groups are recognized in the parliamentary rules
Short description
“Parliamentary groups” are the primary means by which political parties organize themselves in parliament. They may also be known as “party groups”, “caucuses” or “fractions”. They are different from all-party groups on specific issues, or inter-parliamentary friendship groups.
Long description
“Parliamentary groups” are the primary means by which political parties organize themselves in parliament. They may also be known as “party groups”, “caucuses” or “fractions”. They are different from all-party groups on specific issues, or inter-parliamentary friendship groups.

Field properties

Data type
Boolean (Y/N) (Boolean)
Translated
true
Multiple values
false
Cardinality
0
Mandatory
false
Maximum length
0
Default value
Unit
Precision
Grouping of values
Calculated field
false
Calculation notes

Historical (timeseries) data

Type
unrestricted
Update frequency
periodically
Data collected since
2012
Number of years data is displayed
0

Visibility

Parliament pages
true
Compare page
true [piechart | map]
Searchable
true
Explorer
true
Hide if zero
false
Hide if empty
false
Hide if false
false
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