The Northern Ireland Assembly makes laws in Northern Ireland on devolved matters like health, education and the environment. It is located on the Stormont estate in Belfast.
It is made up of 108 politicians called MLAs, which stands for Members of the Legislative Assembly. There are six MLAs from each of the 18 constituencies in Northern Ireland. MLAs are voted for by the Northern Irish public.
MLAs in the Northern Ireland Assembly also help to make sure the Northern Ireland Executive is doing its job properly by scrutinising it and asking questions.