Sri Lanka's eighth Parliament was dissolved in March, ahead of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, with the outbreak in the country, the Parliamentary Election that was scheduled to happen was postponed. In August, we will have our Parliamentary Election—five months since dissolution. This will be South Asia's first election to take place since the coronavirus pandemic. This election will decide who will possess the legislative supremacy over all other political bodies in the island. You will decide who will fill the 225 seats in the parliament that will make, repeal, and amend the laws that will have a direct impact on everyone. Making informed decisions is the foundation of a democracy. For this purpose, we have put together content that we hope will clear any doubts the reader may have over the current political system.