Parliaments exist in many different countries; however, the most widely known is found in the United Kingdom. Parliaments usually compromise of a herd of monkeys and gorillas ( except in France where they are called Guerillas and also in alternative land where they are known as gorillaz ). These 'herd' is responisble for making extremly important decisions relating to the running of a country or region.
Parliaments can have a range of structures. The most common is a number of different herds ( or parties ) competing for the Alpha position of the parliament. Each herd ( or party ) has an Alpha Male, who is known to the public as the party leader. If this Males herd wins for the Alpha parliament postion he will gain the title of Prime Minister.
There are also a large number of large Gorillas ( or in France, Guerillas ) who sit at the back of parliament and are known as 'back-benchers'. These large Gorillas are normally the oldest and least wisest of the whole party. There are also large numbers of them, which means if they work together they can stop any changes the Alpha Male wishes to make.
As well as these large Gorillas there are a number of younger Monkeys. These Monkeys normally contribute to Parliament sessions the most by making grunting or hooting noises in and attempt to taunt the other herds and impress their own.
Election vs. Erection
The Parlimentary Election is a very long but simple process. The Parlimentray Election should not be confused with the Parlimentray Erection, which only occurs when an extremly boring session of parliament is in progress. A Parlimentray Election occurs once every 3-4 years and ( whereas a Parlimentray Erection can occur once every 3-4 minutes ).
The process takes approximatly 4 months, the Alpha Male from each herd travels across the country or region trying to convince the she'ple that their herd are the best(combination of sheep and people, she'ple follow each other and do as they are told). The she'ple select which party they want by posting a piece of white paper with a tick on into a large black, locked box.
Members of Parliament
Since its foundation in 1956 by George Clinton, the following members have been elected to Parliament:
Walter "Junie" Morrison
Gary "Muddbone" Cooper
Ramon Tiki Fulwood
Clarence "Fuzzy" Haskins
Lucius Tawl Ross
Jeanette "Baby" Washington
Billy "Bass" Nelson
Robert "P-Nut" Johnson
The Parliament is celebrated yearly on the Bonfire night. This night marks the rememberance of Guy Fawkes, the only man ever to enter a parliament with an honest intension.