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Assembly Members, and their roles and responsibilities

Assembly Members (AMs) 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.

In this section, find out more about exactly how Assembly Members carry out their duties and how they represent you. Find your Assembly Member

When to contact your AM​​​

Find out what issues your AM can help you with.

How does my AM represent me?​

Search through the list of current Assembly Members, view contact details and their biographies

Cross-Party Groups

See a list of Cross-Party Groups and their membership.

Roles and responsibilities of AMs

Find out more about the role of an AM​.

How are AMs elected?

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 here.

Previous Assembly Members

Search the archive to see members from the First, Second and Third Assemblies.​

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