two-chamber

Translations

two-chamber

[ˈtuːˈtʃeɪmbəʳ] ADJ [parliament] → bicameral, de dos cámaras
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A two-chamber national legislature; representatives in both houses would be apportioned based on population
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Alun Davies, who stood for Labour in Ceredigion at the general election, and Robert Buckland, a barrister and former Dyfed county councillor who stood for the Conservatives in Swindon South, believe a two-chamber solution could be the answer.