Legislative Assemblies of Brazilian states

Legislative Assemblies of Brazilian states

In Brazil, a legislative assembly is the state-level legislature. All legislative assemblies are unicameral, with elected members who are designated as state deputies, and who serve four-year terms.

  • Legislative Assembly of Acre
  • Legislative Assembly of Alagoas
  • Legislative Assembly of Amapá
  • Legislative Assembly of Amazonas
  • Legislative Assembly of Bahia
  • Legislative Assembly of Ceará
  • Legislative Assembly of Espírito Santo
  • Legislative Assembly of Goiás
  • Legislative Assembly of Maranhão
  • Legislative Assembly of Mato Grosso
  • Legislative Assembly of Mato Grosso do Sul
  • Legislative Assembly of Minas Gerais
  • Legislative Assembly of Pará
  • Legislative Assembly of Paraíba
  • Legislative Assembly of Paraná
  • Legislative Assembly of Pernambuco
  • Legislative Assembly of Piauí
  • Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro
  • Legislative Assembly of Rio Grande do Norte
  • Legislative Assembly of Rio Grande do Sul
  • Legislative Assembly of Rondônia
  • Legislative Assembly of Roraima
  • Legislative Assembly of Santa Catarina
  • Legislative Assembly of São Paulo
  • Legislative Assembly of Sergipe
  • Legislative Assembly of Tocantins