Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
The Legislative Assembly of British Columbia (English Legislative Assembly of British Columbia) is the legislature of the Canadian province of British Columbia. It meets in the Parliament building in Victoria.
The Legislative Assembly consists of 85 members who are elected in as many constituencies by majority voting system. The leader of the majority party is the same Prime Minister and stands in front of the cabinet ( cabinet ) Government.
The three main tasks of the Legislative Assembly are the adoption of new laws, approving the state budget and the government's control.
Last election: May 14, 2013
Seat numbers in previous elections
The ruling party is highlighted in bold.
1903 Before there were in British Columbia no official parties. However, the candidates occurred either as a supporter of the government in appearance or joined the loosely -formed opposition.