- Chamber of Corporations
A Chamber of Corporations is a key element in the idea of corporatism and could mean either:
- The Chamber of Fasci and Corporations was the lower chamber of the bicameral legislature of Italy between 1939 and 1943, replacing the popularly elected Chamber of Deputies.
- In Portugal during the Estado Novo regime, the upper chamber was dubbed Chamber of Corporations.
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