John I of Brabant called John the Victorious was Duke of Brabant and Limburg. During the 13th century, John I was venerated as a folk hero. Born in Leuven, he was the son of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and Aleidis of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, he was an older brother of Maria of Brabant, Queen consort of Philip III of France. In 1267 his older brother Henry IV, Duke of Brabant, being mentally deficient, was deposed in his favour. John's greatest military victory was the Battle of Worringen 1288, by which John I came to reign over the Duchy of Limburg, he was outnumbered in forces but led the successful invasion into the Rhineland to defeat the confederacy. In 1288 Limburg was formally attached to Brabant. John I was said to be a model of feudal prince: adventurous, he was considered one of the most gifted princes of his time. This made him popular in Middle Ages poetry and literature. Today there exists an ode to him, so well known that it was a potential candidate to be the North Brabant anthem.
John I was always eager to take part in jousts. He was famous for his many illegitimate children. On 3 May 1294 at some marriage festivities at Bar-le-Duc, John I was mortally wounded in the arm in an encounter by Pierre de Bausner, he was buried in the church of the Minderbroeders in Brussels, but since the Protestant iconoclasm in 1566, nothing remains of his tomb. He was married twice. On 5 September 1270, he married daughter of Louis IX of France and Margaret of Provence, they had a son. In 1273, he married Margaret, daughter of Guy, Count of Flanders and had the following children: Godfrey. John II of Brabant. Margaret, married 9 July 1292 to Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor. Marie, married to Count Amadeus V of Savoy. John I had several illegitimate children: Gillis van der Balcht Jean Meuwe, Seigneur of Wavre and Dongelberg. Margareta of Tervuren, she was married on 2 March 1292 to Jean de Rode de Lantwyck Jan Pylyser Jan van der Plasch The duke is remembered in the folkish song Harbalorifa that remains popular.
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The House of Representatives of the People or Majles-e-Namayendagan Afghanistan in Persian and Wolesi Jirga in Pashtu and Turkic, is the lower house of the bicameral National Assembly of Afghanistan, alongside the upper House of Elders. The House of Representatives of the People is the chamber that bears the greater burden of lawmaking in the country, as with the House of Commons in the Westminster model, it consists of 249 delegates directly elected by single non-transferable vote. Members serve for five years; the constitution guarantees at least 68 delegates to be female. Kuchi nomads elect 10 representatives through a Single National Constituency; the House of Representatives of the People has the primary responsibility for making and ratifying laws and approving the actions of the president. The first elections in decades were held in September 2005, four years after the fall of the Taliban regime, still under international supervision; the 2010 Wolesi Jirga election was held on September 18, 2010 and the 2018 Wolesi Jirga and Districts Council's election was held on October 20, 2018 after three years of delay The new Parliament was inaugurated on April 26, 2019.
Elections were last held on October 20, 2018. They had been scheduled for 15 October 2016, but were postponed to 7 July 2018, again to 20 October; the current Parliament was sworn in by Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on April 26, 2019. The current Parliament is Afghanistan 17th Parliament; the same day final results from four Afghanistan provinces revealed, among other things, that House of the People former speaker Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi of Kunduz had been re-elected to the House of the People as well. Speakers of the Wolesi Jirga since establishment in 1931. National Assembly of Afghanistan House of Elders Politics of Afghanistan List of legislatures by country Website of the Wolesi Jirga