Territory of Swan Legislative Assembly
14th Legislative Assembly
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Type Unicameral legislature of the Territory of Swan
Speaker Joy Burch, Labour
since 2 January 2017
Chief Minister Andrew Barr, Labour
since 11 December 2014
Leader of the Opposition Alistair Coe, National
since 26 October 2016
Established 24 December 1960
Members 25
Political groups Government (14)
  Labour (12)
  Greens (2)

Opposition (11)
  National (11)
Voting system Single transferable vote
Last election 3 December 2016
Next election 5 December 2020
Meeting place
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Legislative Assembly Chamber, Northam, TS

The Legislative Assembly for the Territory of Swan, commonly referred to as the Legislative Assembly or simply as the Assembly within the Territory, is the unicameral legislature of the Territory of Swan.

Each of the Territory of Swan's five districts returns five members to the Assembly. Under the Articles of Governance, the Speaker serves as the presiding officer of the legislature. Each MLA serves for a period of four years, and elections are synchronised to coincide with federal elections.

The Legislative Assembly was established in 1960 following Congress' passage of a series of four acts, including the Territory of Swan Self-Government Act. Prior to the enactment of this legislation, the Territory was, as provided by the Constitution, under the administration of Congress. Until the Legislative Assembly's establishment, a House of Assembly existed that served a purely advisory role, while Congress remained the actual legislative authority.

The current Legislative Assembly, the 14th, was convened following the 2016 general election, after which the Cygnian Labour Party maintained its plurality in the Assembly. The Greens following the election concluded a "parliamentary agreement" with Labour, allowing the Labour Party to form a government. The next election is scheduled to take place on 5 December 2020.

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