A parliamentary, political and citizen channel, LCP varies the scriptures in order to decipher and analyze daily parliamentary and political news. Daily newspapers, retransmission of parliamentary proceedings, weekly or monthly magazines, short programs, documentaries, and even cinema ... LCP-Assemblée Nationale offers time for debate and explanation on major national and international political issues.
For more than ten years, all major democracies have had their parliamentary channel: C-Span in the United States, Phoenix in Germany, BBC Parliament in the United Kingdom, C-Pac in Canada ... In France, everything starts in 1996 with the establishment of "Canal Assemblées".
A few years later, Parliament comes to concretize this first step. In 1999, the National Assembly and the Senate created "La Chaîne Parlementaire" by the law of December 30. "
The Parliamentary Chain "brings together under this entity two program companies, LCP-National Assembly and Public Sénat, sharing equally the airtime of a common channel.