Standing Orders

Organizing the National Congress

For the National Congress I would use the traditional committee system. I would create approximately 30 to 40 committees having a membership of 30 members each. This gives you somewhere between 900 and 1200 for a total committee membership. Each member of the National Congress would sit on either one or two committees. In order of precedence each member would choose a committee to sit on and you would go down the list of members and repeat on till all the committees have full membership. The precedence of the members being the current members of Parliament in order of seniority, former members of Parliament in order of seniority, members who were the party’s nominee in the last election, and finally the runners up in the nomination elections.

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About Barry Aulis

Founder and acting President of the Federalist party of Canada.
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