Senate of the Czech Republic
The Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic (Czech: Sent Parlamentu Česk republiky), usually referred to as Sent, is the upper chamber of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. The seat of the Senate is Wallenstein Palace in Prague.The Senate has 81 members, elected for six years, every two years one third of them, in one-seat constituencies through two rounds majority system (the second round is between two candidates with highest number of votes from the first round – if no candidate obtains 50+% majority in the first round). Candidate to the Senate does not need to be on a political party's ticket (unlike the lower chamber).The senate has one President and four Vice-Presidents..
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