Party of Law and Justice
The Congress is the supreme party governing body, which convenes for ordinary sessions once in three years. Whenever it is deemed necessary, the Party Republican Council may decide to convene an extraordinary session of the Congress. The Congress approves the general political strategy of the party, its bylaws and program as well as amends them. The Congress adopts its decisions with a simple majority vote of attending delegates, except for the decisions on the modification of the party bylaws or program, which are adopted by the vote of 2/3 of the Congress delegates. The Congress shall be deliberative provided at least 1/3 of the party members attends. Further, the Congress may rule on any issue pertaining to the party interests.
The Republican Council is the governing body coordinating the party activity and overseeing the enforcement of the Congress Resolutions. The Congress elects the Republican Council.
The Council operates in the time period between the Congresses and convenes whenever it's necessary, but at least once a year.
The Council may rule on any issue related to party activity and in doing so shall be guided by the general principles, party strategy, bylaws and program. The Council adopts decisions by a simple majority vote of its members. Upon parity vote, the Chair's vote shall be decisive.
The Presidium of the Republican Council is the executive body enforcing the Congress and Council Resolutions. The Congress or Council elects it from among the Council members. At the recommendation of the Party Chair, the Council excludes or elects new Presidium members. The Presidium deals with all the problems related to the party activity and decides on the party strategy in elections. It adopts decisions by the majority vote of its members. Upon parity vote, the Chair's vote shall be decisive.
The Presidium may deal with other problems affecting the party interests. However, Presidium shall communicate its decisions to the Republican Council. Presidium sessions shall be held at least once a month.
The Party Chair is elected by the Congress and runs the party activity. The Chair is also a member of the Republican Council and Council Presidium and heads both of them. The Chair represents the party in relations with other parties, movements, and public authorities home and abroad. The Republican Council decides on the Chair competencies.
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