Conference of Santiago Plenary
|Conference of Santiago Plenary|
|Presiding Person||Whoever summons the meeting|
Presiding Person (1)
Heads of State (10)
|Conference of Santiago Discord|
The Conference of Santiago Plenary (Portuguese: Plenário da Conferência de Santiago; Spanish: Plenario de la Conferencia de Santiago) is the government body of the Conference of Santiago, composed by the heads of state of the organization's member states.
Lacking a hierarchical chain of command, the plenary subsequently works in the form of a direct democracy. Any head of state can summon the plenary and make proposals, as well they all have equal votes. The meeting place was designated to be in the city o Persenburg, nonetheless it mostly occurs in a virtual space, usually the Conference of Santiago Discord server./
The head of state who summons the plenary acts as Presiding Person and de facto head and speaker of the session, unless prevented by force majeure (on which case ithe Presiding Person may name an Acting Presiding Person). Upon summoning a session, the Presiding Persn may set a date in accordance with the majority of the plenary members. In the framework of a direct democracy, as a head of state of a member nation, the Presiding Person isn't required to be politically independent or not-biased and holds no real power othrer than one vote, a plenary member on its own, and the control of the session's reins.
At beggining a session, the Presiding Person shall present its reasons to summon the session and then present the matters he or she wants to discuss first of all. The Presiding Person give the word to whichever members it seems fit in a debate over whatever matter and call for voting on the matters.
Other plenary members
The participant plenary members may discuss the matters given the Presiding Person and, upon further debate, state their final opinions and vote. The plenary members which are not the Presiding Person may also present matters of their own for analysis and voting, following the resolution of the matters given by the Presiding Person.
The plenary members may be called by their official styles and titles, but a degree of informality is allowed. When presented with a matter, the plenary may vote and any matter will be approved or reject by parliamentary majority. If a matter is approved, the member nations by apply it under penalty of being expelled from the Conference; if a matter is rejected, then it can be presented once more in the next session, provided with common sense; if there is a tie, then the matter shall be adjourned to the next session for discussion and voting immedialty after the Presiding Person's given matter for discussion and before the plenary member's proposed matters, regardless of who called this session or originally proposed the tied matter.