Physical Location of the House of Commons Built

(16/7/19)

Today, the House of Norfolk decided that since it was only four days away from the first meeting of the Parliament, they should built the physical location of the House of Commons. The building itself did not have to be approved by anyone, because the Norfolk Empire does not require blueprints or building permits to be passed and approved to a seperate entity, yet.

The location of the House of Commons is the southern half of the District of New Tenochtitlan, which makes sense because it is the capital. The building is the largest in the Norfolk Empire and the District of New Tenochtitlan. The building is approximately four square meters and is made out of plastic, wood, and metal. The building is right next to the 1st Division of New Tenochtitlan and borders the Republic of Tamcoop on two sides.

House of Commons main building (Norfolk I, HRH Prince Cooper. House of Commons Main Building. House of Commons, 16 July 2019. Accessed 16 July 2019.)

Due to the irregular shape of the building, which looks like an uneven rectangle attached to a giant box, and a Parliamentary District, which is the 1st District of Seekeria, the House of Commons had to create a new seating chart. The new seating chart does include the political parties of each seat, but the one in grey represents a vacancy for the 1st District of Seekeria.

New Seating Chart of the House of Commons (Norfolk I, HRH Prince Cooper. New Seating Chart of the House of Commons. House of Commons, 16 July 2019. Accessed 16 July 2019.)

In the most northern point of the House of Commons is where is the speaker of the majority party will sit. The seat is surrounded by a black “podium”, which is just a black cardboard tri-fold poster.

Majority Speaker Seat (Norfolk I, HRH Prince Cooper. Majority Speaker Seat. House of Commons, 16 July 2019. Accessed 16 July 2019.)

The new House of Commons building will be used in the first meeting of Parliament, where all the Members of Parliament, MPs, will come together, which was announced today to occur at 5:30 P.M. GMT-5 20 July 2019.

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