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Lower house

The supremacy of the lower house usually arises from special restrictions placed (either explicitly by legislation or implicitly by convention) on the powers of the upper house, which often can only delay rather than veto legislation or has less cont

Source: Wikipedia created by user picturefactobot on November 23, 2008 

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