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Assembly Members

Assembly Members are elected to represent the people of Wales at regional and national levels.


Find your AM

To find the name and contact details of your AM enter your postcode or click the region on the map.

The National Assembly for Wales is currently in dissolution until after the election on 5 May 2016.

Dissolution is the official term for the end of a parliamentary session. It occurs before elections to the National Assembly for Wales take place, as the seats of existing Assembly Members must be vacated before they can be contested in the election.

Throughout dissolution there are no Assembly Members and so there will be no Assembly business, such as committee or Plenary meetings during this time.

The Fifth Assembly will begin after election day on Thursday 5 May 2016.

Find out more about what you are voting for in Wales by visiting our election website:


Previous Assembly Members​ This section lists all the Members who have served the National Assembly for Wales between 1999 and 2016

More about your Assembly Members

This section will explain how you can become a Member of the National Assembly for Wales, and how you can work for an Assembly Member.

Members are required to register relevant financial inter​ests in accordance with the Assembly’s Standing Orders. We publish a full report of all Registrations made.

The IndependentCommissioner investigates complaints against Assembly Members relating to breaches of the Code of Conduct or Standing Orders and provides advice and assistance on matters of principle relating to their conduct.


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