How to use the word ‘legislature’

A reader recently asked me what is the meaning of the word “legislation” in French.

I have never used the word before and it’s not clear what I meant.

In English, a legislative body is a body of people or organizations made up of members of the legislature.

In French, a legislator is a person or entity that is empowered to make laws.

So, a parliamentarian would be a person that represents a legislative branch of government.

This is the definition that is used in the French National Assembly’s constitution, which is the official version of the constitution of France.

In the Constitution of the Republic of France, the term “legis-lature” is used for any body of citizens who have the power to make rules and enact laws.

A parliamentarian, by contrast, is someone who is empowered by a statute to make the laws.

In a very limited sense, a legislature can be defined as the body of representatives that have the authority to make decisions on matters of state.

The French language uses the word, “legitimacy,” for this meaning.

So what is a legislator?

The word is often used as an adjective, meaning someone who has the authority.

The word “legal” is also often used to describe someone who can make a law, or who is able to act in a way that has the support of other legislators.

So a legal person is someone with legal powers.

But how does a legislative person get the authority?

The legal person must have some form of legal standing.

This means that the person or group has the legal authority to pass laws.

This legal authority can be the authority of the law to be enacted, or the legal power to be granted by the law.

The legislative power is a very broad one that can be exercised by anyone.

In practice, the legislative body in France is often made up only of members who have legal authority.

In many cases, the members of a legislative assembly are also elected by the people.

This system of electing representatives from the population to the legislature allows a legislature to be very powerful.

The members of this body are not elected by any specific party.

The representative who is elected by a party is usually elected for the term of his or her term in office.

So in France, a president can only be elected for a term of office.

There is a limit to the number of seats a president may hold in a particular parliament.

The limit for this body is set by the constitution, so the president cannot be elected more than once.

There are several constitutional requirements that must be met before a member of the legislative assembly can be elected.

These include: having a majority in the legislative chamber The majority in a legislature must be less than one-third of the number elected in the previous election.

The number of members in a legislative chamber is the same as the number in the national assembly.

If the number is less than three, the legislature is not composed of representatives of the people but of parties.

The majority must be at least one-half of the members.

The first three members are elected at random from the people and then the number goes up from there.

This number of representatives must be no less than 10 per cent of the total number of people who voted for the candidate to represent them.

The total number elected must be the same number of voters as the members, so a total of five.

A third requirement is that the legislature must represent the people in the legislature, so it has to be proportional to the population.

The percentage of the population must be set at a level that is at least five times that of the national population.

This formula does not apply to members of parliament.

So when a legislative candidate is elected, he or she is elected at a rate that is a ratio between the population of the country and the population represented by the political parties.

This ratio has to include both the number and the percentage of people that vote for the legislator.

If this ratio is a lot, the legislator will be elected on a scale that is not proportional to what the population wants.

The third requirement for a representative is that he or her must have the necessary skills to serve in the office of a member.

The skills required for a member include a good understanding of the French language, a high level of fluency in French, and the ability to write and speak French well.

The people who vote in a national election in France have a number of choices in who to vote for.

These choices are called the presidential candidates.

In recent years, however, there has been a surge in popularity for candidates who are perceived to be more popular than the two other candidates who currently hold the presidency.

This popularity is based on two factors: the number that the presidential candidate has received from the electorate, and how popular he or the other candidates are.

As a result, the presidential elections have become increasingly popular.

In presidential elections, the candidates who