- Responsible for the defense of the Chamber, its bodies and members before the society, in charges related to parliamentary institutional duties
- Provides the judicial and extra judicial defense of the Chamber, through a lawyer, the Public Prosecution Service or the Public Defense Office. Whenever defamatory news about the Chamber or its members are made public, the Parliamentary Attorney has the right to clarify the facts , and to ask for a proper reply to repair the damages, bearing in mind the right to compensation for moral or material damages.
- Composition: 11 members, indicated by the Speaker, with a 2-year term.
- The Parliamentary Attorney works along with the Presiding Board.