The National Assembly is the unicameral legislature of Disparu. The National Assembly meets at the National Assembly House in the capital, Férin. The National Assembly is the successor to the original bicameral Parliament, which was dissolved following the fall of Disparu.

The National Assembly is composed of 250 members known as deputies (députés). These deputies are elected from each department via the Schulze STV method, thus maintaining proportional representation within the assembly. Each department is allocated a number of seats (and deputies) within the assembly that is proportional to its population. Deputies are elected into five-year terms; this may be cut short if a majority of deputies pass a motion of no confidence against the Government. The last election for seats within the National Assembly was on 10 June 2012.

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