The Republican Council is convened at least once in six months.
The Republican Council:
- Elects the Presidium of the Republican Council, his/her Deputies (one Senior Deputy) for different fields of activity organizational, political, social-economic, cultural, scientific, youth, liaison with political parties and public organizations, the Secretary of the Republican Council, Press Secretary and Editor of the party media outlet;
- Designates the treasurers;
- Convenes the Party Congresses and Conferences, including the extraordinary ones;
- Approves work plans of the Republican Council, decides on current tasks, evaluates the activity of the central and regional governing bodies, approves the Party budget;
- Adopts declarations on issues relevant to the social and political life of the country;
- Designates party candidates in presidential, parliamentary and local elections.
Republican Council sessions shall be considered deliberative provided at least half of its members attend. Republican Council sessions are adopted by the simple majority of the present members.
Republican Council Presidium is the party executive body in the time period between the Republican Council sessions and includes 19 members, namely: the Party Chair, Deputy Chairs, Republican Council Secretary, Press Secretary, Editor of the party media outlet, other persons designated by the Republican Council from among its members. Republican Council Presidium is convened at the initiative of the Party Chair or Deputy Chair at least once in two weeks. It adopts decisions by the simple majority vote of its present members. Presidium sessions are deliberative provided at least half of its members are in attendance.
Republican Council Presidium:
- Coordinates the activity of party members and structures;
- Holds the sessions of the Republican Council;
- Forms expert commissions or working groups whenever it's necessary;
- Hears the reports submitted by the Party Chair, Deputy Chair, Secretary, Press Secretary, editor, accountant and treasurer;
- Oversees the enforcement of the Republican Council and Congress decisions;
- Administers the party financial resources and reports on it to the Republican Council;
- Recruits new members, keeps a record of them, collects membership fees;
- Settles the complaints submitted by the Party members;
- Represents the party in relations with the country leadership, other parties and NGOs.
Censor Commission oversees the party financial activity and submits an annual report to the party governing bodies and to the Congress. Censor Commission decisions are deliberative provided at least half of its members attend. Decisions are adopted by the simple majority vote.
National Romanian Party:
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Participation in elections