Legislative Assembly of Pará
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Legislative Assembly of the State of Pará
Assembleia Legislativa do Estado do Pará
|Palácio Cabanagem, Belém|
The Legislative Assembly of the State of Pará (Portuguese: Assembleia Legislativa do Estado do Pará) is the unicameral legislature of Pará state in Brazil. It has 41 state deputies elected by proportional representation.
The first legislature began in March 13, 1885 in a palace where today is the Square Dom Pedro II (destroyed by a fire in 1959), it was moved in 1960 to the Teatro da Paz and in 1970 to the current headquarters, the Palácio Cabanagem.
- "Assembléia Legislativa do Estado do Pará". Alepa.pa.gov.br. Retrieved 2013-10-02.
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