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Craftian House of Representatives
克拉夫地亚众议院
Kèlāfūdìyà Zhòngyìyuàn
クラフティア衆議院
Kurafutia Shūgiin
Type
Type Lower house of the Parliament of Craftia
Leadership
Speaker Madelyn Ching, NUP
Since 20 September 2070
Prime Minister Natalie Wang-Lee, NUP
Since 30 May 2074
Leader of
the Opposition
Linda Remington, CCP
Since 27 September 2073
Structure
Seats 150
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Political groups Government (84):
     United (52)
     Liberal (32)

Opposition (66):
     Conservative (39)
     Reform (20)
     Mojang (4)
     Greens (3)

Elections
Voting system Mixed-member proportional representation
Last election 23 September 2073
Next election 2076

The Craftian House of Representatives is one of the two houses (chambers) of the Parliament of Craftia. It is referred to as the lower house, with the Senate being referred to as the upper house. The term in office of members of the House of Representatives is a maximum of three years from the date of the first sitting of the House, but may be abridged if an early election is called or if Parliament is dissolved (but this has never occurred due to convention). A member of the House may be referred to as a "Member of Parliament" ("MP" or "Member"), while a member of the Senate is usually referred to as a "Senator".

The present Parliament is the 29th Federal Parliament of Craftia. The most recent federal election was held on 19 September 2070. The National United Party won a plurality of seats, winning 64 seats out of 150. It secured a coalition with the Liberal Party of Craftia, which had won 24 seats, and formed the government with a total of 88 seats. The Craftian Conservative Party holds 52 seats and forms the opposition. The Craftian Reform Party holds 5 seats and the Mojang Democratic Party holds 3, while the remaining two are held by independents.

The House of Representatives currently consists of 150 members, elected by and who represent single member districts, known as electoral divisions (commonly referred to as "electorates" or "seats"). The number of members is not fixed, but can vary with boundary changes resulting from electoral redistributions, which are required on a regular basis. The most recent overall increase in the size of the House, which came into effect at the 2064 election, increased the number of members from 145 to 150. Each division elects one member using mixed-member proportional voting.

Distribution of seats

Party Seats Current House (total 150 seats)
NUPIcon United 52 52
 
CCPIcon Conservative 39 39
 
LPCIcon Liberal 32 32
 
CRPIcon Reform 20 20
 
MDPIcon Mojang 4 4
 
GPCIcon Greens 3 3
 

Demographics of MPs

Attribute Number Percentage 2072 Census
Gender
Male 80 53.3% 49.7%
Female 70 46.7% 50.3%
Ethnicity
European 90 60.0% 37.0%
– English 44 29.3% 22.6%
– Hispanic 6 4.0% 9.7%
– Other 40 26.7% 4.7%
Asian 48 32.0% 53.3%
– Chinese 37 24.7% 22.3%
– Korean 4 2.7% 5.2%
– Japanese 2 1.3% 17.0%
– Other 5 3.3% 8.8%
Reatinese/Indigenous 10 6.7% 8.2%
Other 2 1.4% 1.6%
Date of birth/generation
2000 or earlier ("Millennials") 1 0.7% 10.7%
2001 to 2020 ("Centennials") 38 25.3% 16.9%
2021 to 2040 ("Plurals") 92 61.3% 26.8%
2041 to 2055 ("Digitals") 19 12.7% 21.1%

Seating plan

R.Queanbeyan
Redleaf
K.Ralston
Phillipson
R.Rayford
Xinhu
E.Reaves
List
H.Sanford
Holbrook
E.Seat
Wattle
A.Taylor
List
F.Wang
List
D.Wetter
Mount Worden
K.Wittig
Jasfydartua
A.Woo
Yoollagarra
M.Zehnder
Yarrayonga
N.Pan
Leichhardt
J.Wangitanga
Jaxon-Soh
J.Edenham
List
S.Hang
List
J.Herald
Pomegas
K.Holz
Bickmore
J.Huebner
List
M.Longacre
List
M.Makautu
List
A.Michalowski
Changshou
K.Ming
Ipsland
J.Moody
Redflint
F.Na
McDonald
J.Nygaard
Papele
E.O'Malley
Moner
A.Welch
List
J.Avalon
List
M.Weatherill
Kantella
T.Baird
List
K.Barr
Intyuana
D.Bauman
Cook
W.Belew
List
C.Bonner
Barat
L.Cuppino
List
M.Dock
Higgins
J.Dorrison
Fischer
J.Dubinsky
List
R.Finch
Gunter
A.Fulford
List
K.Geller
Coastalis
V.Clark
Phu-Tian
P.Hen-Ji
Wilson
X.Cai
List
B.Kerry
Winston
N.Adams
List
J.Lambert
McIntyre
M.Fleenor
List
K.Jong
Barris
B.Barnsworth
Mayfair
L.Remington
Kirkby
C.Allison
Trijunction
G.Hua
List
G.Henrickson
Tinyadanka
E.Reisman
Wyundyaga
*
M.Ching
Kota
*
L.Holmes
Lake Sydney
R.Spaihn
List
D.Chang
Jilong
N.Roney
Chifley
S.Kwan
Charles
L.Terrys
Roland
N.Wang-Lee
Garrison
D.Chen
Rasdon
T.Vogelsang
List
J.Hines
Casto
C.Barikirta
List
K.Kavalova
Page
D.Newport
Quinn
B.Li
List
M.Wan
Laidera
R.Perino
Skerta
S.Menjivar
Flinders
C.Harbour
List
P.Chau
List
I.Gray
Rindo
K.Rungatong
West Lake
T.Arledge
Harrison
L.Bai
Foley
C.Bernardo
Oronton
M.Burke
Andrews
W.Chu
Tojima
D.Cornejo
Durston
T.Cruz
Trollino
C.De Santigo
Wawanakwa
E.Duktz
Herbert
D.Ekhoff
Plartu
L-Y.Foo
Longshan
W.Foré
Whetstone
S.Gilman
List
J.Glatt
Jinshan
T.Goewey
Banks
I.Goh
Marylands
S.Bevis
Acton
P.Bonoae
List
G.Bui
List
K.Cao
List
Q.Chan
List
T.Deng
Wentworth
I.Diggoroloa
Portlands
M.Hantu
List
W.Hsiu
Sun Valley
R.Hu
Sydney Shore
T.James
Notchropolis
A.Jiang
Georgia
O.Lampert
Goldun
K.Lawhorn
Ralph
R.Li
List
P.Ma
Canley
R.Matsunaga
McArthur
S.Myong
Xianyang
C.Penner
List
C.Pickett
List
J.Ralph-Wayne
Victoria
M.Reineke
List
C.Ross
List
L.Farnes
List
K.Fischer
Tierra Robada
E.Gunnells
List
K.Hadaway
List
J.Han
List
C.Jin
List
M.Langawa
List
K.Lynwood
Bankera
M.Ruddock
Highlane
S.Ruhl
List
J.Sanchez
List
S.Sidhu
Yanada
I.Spaker
Waratah
B.Sung
Promontory
H.Takahashi
Panas
J.Taubermann
Adelaide
M.Tynan
Pierce
B.Vega
Los Santos
L.Waters
Whitlam
C.Wigginton
Windsor
P.Wong
Woodford
V.Ying
Bonnells
G.Zhang
List
V.Zhu
Clarendon
T.P.Ngo
Kingla
J.Nguyen
San Fierro
T.Nguyen
List
D.Reliford
Sarda
M.Su
List
R.Sun
List
E.Te Puki
List
G.Trapp
List
J.Wang
Guanglan