The Sikkim Legislative Assembly is the unicameral state legislature of Sikkimstate in north-eastern India. The seat of the Legislative Assembly is at Gangtok, the capital of the state. As of 2012, the assembly has been constituted six times. The strength of the house is 32.out of 32 seats 12 seats are reserved for schedule tribe which consists of the ethnic tribes i.e. bhutia, lepcha, sherpa and yonzon communities as specified during the merger of the kingdom of sikkim (monarchy) into India making it the 22nd state of the Indian republic in 1975, setting up a democracy within the state. one seat in the house is reserved for a member from the Sangh i.e. a representation by a monk who is nominated by the sangh which cromrise of all monks from all monasteries in sikkim.
The government of sikkim in power at present is Sikkim Democratic Front of which Dr Pawan Kumar chamling is president and has been in power sin 1994 till date he is the also the leader of the house in the constituent Assembly.