The Scottish Parliament

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Some questions about… the history

Question 1
When was parliament established?

1987
1999
2002
Question 2
For what purpose?

To administer the country.
To elect members of the government.
To debate issues and legislate for Scotland.
Question 3
How many political groups are represented in parliament?

6
9
7
4
Question 4
How many members are there?

112
129
150
It depends on the weeks.
Question 5
In what year did the first debate take place in the Scottish Parliament?

2004
1999
2001
Some questions about… the building

Question 6

When was the building built and who is its architect?

1887
1999
2002
Robert Adam
Enric Miralles
Renzo Piano
Question 7

What is the particular shape of the structure?

It is an innovative form.
It has a wave shape.
It has a leaf shape.
Some questions about… the place

Question 8

In which part of Edinburgh is the parliament located?

In the old town.
In the Stockbridge district.
In the Holyrood district.
Question 9
How is the landscape around the parliament?

Urban landscape with many skyscrapers.
Natural landscape with vegetation.
Industrial landscape.
Question 10


Question 11
On which "hill" is the parliament based?

On Arthur’s seat.
On Elisabeth's seat.
On Mc Craig's seat.
True or false?

Question 12
The debates are closed to the public.

True
False
Question 13
The various religious currents are represented at a time when they can express themselves.

True
False
Question 14
The supreme legislature of the country is constituted by the Parliament of the United Kingdom in London.

True
False
Question 15
Parliament does not elect the Prime Minister.

True
False
Question 16
Immigration is a reserved issue.

True
False
Question 17
The Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government are the same organizations, they are synonyms.

True
False
Question 18


What is happening in the House of Debates?

All members of Parliament may take part in meetings of the Chamber of Debates.
Question 19
In addition to discussions on proposals for new legislation, the Chamber's activities may include:

Debates: These are discussions between MPs, normally based on a motion.
Questions to the Prime Minister.
Oral questions (sittings where Members of Parliament ask questions to ministers and deputy ministers).
Ministerial statements: These statements allow ministers and associate ministers to inform Parliament of urgent issues or make policy announcements.
One hour of decisions: Members often vote on motions debated during the day.
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