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ABOUT WORLD PARLIAMENT POLITICAL PARTIES, THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN,
AND THE GLOBAL PEOPLES ASSEMBLY
As authorized by the Constitution for the Federation of Earth, Article 4 (Grants and Specific Powers to the World Government), and Article 8 (C) (World Boundaries and Elections Administration) and World Legislative Act #29: (Elections Act) and prior to the First Operative Stage of World Government and pending the start-up of the World Boundaries and Elections Administration WBEA, the World Constitution and Parliament Association WCPA (organizing agents for the World Parliament) are organizing World Parliament Political Parties to begin the selection of candidates, inform and mobilize voters, help organize the legislative process for the House of Peoples and to help in the work of the Global Ratification and Elections Network Campaign
New WCPA offices are being established by World Parliament Political Parties and their country coalitions for the purpose of organizing the Global Ratification and Elections Network Campaign in their respective countries and for other World Parliament business.
Since the World Parliament is a "democratic non-military government based on establishing peace and solving environmental problems” it is only appropriate that world environmental and peace organizations have their own World Parliament Political Parties as shown below:
- World Parliament Peace Party (Link to country coalition web page)
- World Parliament Environmental Party (Link to country coalition web page)
- World Parliament Interfaith Party (Link to country coalition web page)
- World Parliament Independent Party (Link to country coalition web page) Voters may support a particular issue, a political philosophy. For Example: Women's, or LGBTQ issues, or prefer to remain unaffiliated with any party or organization coalition.
So as you can see, there are basically 4 different “World Parliament” Political Parties with the choice to be "Independent" with no party affiliation while retaining the right to vote in elections.
1- World Parliament Peace Party; 2- World Parliament Environmental Party; 3- World Parliament Interfaith Party; 4- World Parliament Independent Party. (Voters may support a particular issue, a political philosophy. For Example: Women's, or LGBTQ issues, or prefer to remain unaffiliated with any party or organization coalition.)
In your country, any organization that fits any of the world parliament political party categories can become a coalition attached or associated with that world parliament political party, and help to organize the process of world parliament voter registration by signing up their members and others to vote and sign (ratify) the Earth Constitution. Then they will be asked to submit names for candidates to the House of Peoples that will be voted on by individual country's registered voters in the national election. WCPA and the World Parliament Elections Commission will conduct the voter ballot nomination process through individual Earth Federation voter's personal computers. The referendum that will be placed on the country's national ballot will basically ask, "Do we or don't we, ratify the Constitution for the Federation of Earth and send representatives to the House of Peoples." If the individual voter indicates "yes" to the referendum question, then they will get to vote for who they want to be their representatives to the House of Peoples.
Here is a simple breakdown of the World Parliament Elections Campaign:
2017: Voter registration process begins. (WCPA Chapters)
2017: Voters will be registered automatically as Earth Federation World Citizens. Note- Those who wish to receive an Earth Federation World Citizen ID which also is an Earth Federation HOUR Currency Bank Card, must pay the required fee. (WCPA Chapter)
2018: Voters nominate candidates to World Parliament House of Peoples that will be placed on their country's national ballot. Note- At least 25% of the eligible voters must vote to send representatives to the the House of Peoples. (WCPA Chapter/Voters)
2018: A Voter Information Booklet is to be placed on the WCPA Chapter websites in individual countries which will summarize major current public issues, and shall list each candidate for elective office together with standard information about each candidate, and give space for each candidate to state his or her views on the defined major issues as well as on any other major issue of choice; to include information on any initiatives or the Earth Constitution for along with any other referendums which are to be voted upon. (WCPA Chapter)
It is important to note that everyone who registers to vote (World Parliament Political Parties), automatically become Earth Federation World Citizen as well as a member of the Global Peoples Assembly.
World Legislative Act #29 Elections Act Provisions for a Global Peoples Assembly
14. Global Peoples Assembly (GPA)
The Global Peoples Assembly is a global para-governmental agency and process, comprising both non-governmental and governmental functions, emerging to improve democratic process at a global level, encouraging popular participation in making world citizen decisions.
14.1 Functions of the Global Peoples Assembly, its subsidiary and partner organizations, include the following:
14.1.1. to endorse, promote or reject endorsement of candidates to any House of the Provisional World Parliament or World Parliament. Endorsement or rejection of endorsement by the GPA is not binding on candidates, but may carry significant political weight;
14.1.2. to recommend that the World Parliament deliberate specified issues or subjects of legislation;
14.1.3. to generate necessary world citizens Initiatives and Plebiscites for election by the People of Earth in measured world elections conducted by the World Boundaries and Elections Administration, if the Global Peoples Assembly does not perceive recommendations to be adequate;
14.1.4. to discuss pending decisions and past decisions of the World Parliament;
14.1.5. to discuss pending decisions and past decision of the People via world initiatives, world referendums and world plebiscites;
14.1.6. to form citizens commissions to investigate electoral procedures, systems or subsystems that may have been subverted by faulty or fraudulent electronic count or other means, or the secrecy of which may have been compromised. (The individuals vote is secret, but not the actual counting of votes, which is a public function.); and
14.1.7. to discuss and review its own functioning, making corrections as necessary to ensure broad popular participation in the world political process.
Email Contact: ElectionsCommission@WorldParliament-gov.org