There are inequalities or iniquities in terms of resources even in the parties represented in the House. It's normal in a political system. Not all parties, even if they are represented in the House, have the same degree of institutionalization, the same budgets or the same partisan bureaucracy to account for obligations.
My concern is rooted in a theory that was developed by Richard Katz and Peter Mair in the mid-1990s. It's the cartel party model.
When I analyze a bill, I wonder whether the parties represented in the House and the dominant parties in the National Assembly are introducing mechanisms in the electoral legislation that prevent new players from emerging or that make it more difficult and complicated for the development of parties that are minor now, but may become major in the future.
I hope my answer is adequate.