The Sami Parliament is the elected parliament of the Sami people in Norway and is an independent elected body.
Sami parliamentary elections are held every four years on the same day as the parliamentary election. There are seven constituencies that cover the entire country. Each constituency is distributed seats based on the number of people registered in the electoral role in the constituency. A total of 39 representatives are elected from across the entire country.
The Sami Parliament is the supreme electoral authority for Sami parliamentary elections. You can find more information about the Sami Parliament and Sami parliamentary elections on sametinget.no.