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|Palau National Congress
Olbiil era Kelulau
|Houses||House of Delegates
|Seats||25 members (16 and 9)|
|House of Delegates Voting system||single-seat constituency|
|Senate Voting system||single-seat constituency|
|Capitol Building, Melekeok|
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Politics and government of
Palau has bicameral legislature, the Palau National Congress (Olbiil era Kelulau), consisting of the House of Delegates and the Senate of Palau. The House of Delegates has 16 members, each serving four-year terms in single-seat constituencies. The Senate has 9 members, also serving four-year terms in single-seat constituencies. In the last elections, held on 2 November 2004, only non-partisans were elected. No political parties exist.
Latest election 
|Members||House of Delegates||Senate|
- List of members of the parliament of Palau, 2008–2012
- List of members of the parliament of Palau, 2012–present
Palau Congressional Library 
Housed at the Palau National Congress, the Palau Congressional Library was founded on August 18, 1981. Headed as of 1996 by Congressional Librarian Harry Besebes, it has a 3000 item collection, with annual accessions of 350. The library employs 2 staff members, both professional librarians.
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