Assembly Members, and their roles and responsibilities
Assembly Members (AMs) come from all the constituencies and regions of Wales to represent you in the National Assembly. They carry out the Assembly’s democratic work; they represent the interests of Wales and its people, make laws for Wales and hold the Welsh Government to account.
Each person in Wales is represented by five Assembly Members. One represents the constituency you live in, and four represent the region you live in. In this section, you can find out more about exactly how Assembly Members carry out their duties and how they represent you.
The National Assembly for Wales is made up of 60 Assembly Members. Find out who represents you.
Assembly Members carry out the Assembly’s democratic work. Find out more about the role of an Assembly Member
Everyone has the right to contact their local Assembly Member (AM) to discuss issues affecting them. Find out what you can contact your AM about.
The Assembly is formed of 40 Constituency AMs and 20 Regional AMs. Find out more about the election process and how the regional and constituency systems work.
The National Assembly for Wales is the forum for discussing matters that are important to Wales and its people. Find out how your AM represents you.
Search the Record of Proceedings (transcripts of Plenary and Committees meetings), as well as other useful tabled business, including all oral, topical and written questions and motions.
Cross-Party Groups may be set up by Assembly Members in respect of any subject area relevant to the Assembly. See a list of Cross-Party Groups and their membership.
Search the archive to see Members from previous Assemblies.
Find out more about our complaints policy, procedure and how to make a complaint