We enjoy a high-mountain climate with influences from the Mediterranean, meaning a hot summer and cold winter with plentiful snow. The average minimum temperature is -2ºC, with an average maximum of 24ºC. Precipitation in the form of snow is frequent, with the highest rainfall between the months of May and October.
Since the Middle Ages, Andorra has been a parliamentary co-principality. We have two Heads of State, the Bishop of Urgell and the President of the French Republic, who represent the people jointly and equally. The Consell General is our parliament, with 28 members elected by universal suffrage every four years.
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