Second World Party Convention
The First World Party Convention was held in Accra, Ghana, Africa on 12
August 2011. World Party is an international party to establish the World
Federation. The Convention is held once in four years. Delegates of each
branch meet and exchange information and opinions. What is the main purpose
of the World Party Convention? The main purpose is to adopt the
The official delegates from each country gather and adopt the declaration.
The World Party aims to be a pillar to establish and maintain the authority
of the World Federation. Basically, strength of the pillar is@based on
the World Party Declaration. Basic rule of World Party Convention is as
1. The Convention is recognized regardless of the number of attendants
as far as the Convention is noticed at least 1 year before the Convention
and the venue is not difficult to access. So, the venue for the Second
Convention must be decided by the end of 2013.
Basic Rule of the World Party Convention
2. Seats are apportioned in proportion to population. Total seats are basically
1 thousand. The seats of the Convention is shown in the Branch List of World Party.
3. Delegates from each branch must get registered at least 1 year before
4. Delegates 3 times as many as the apportioned seats can be registered.
5. From among the registered delegates, each branch can send the official
delegates following the seats apportioned.
6. In the case of Bangladesh where the Second World Party Convention will
be held in 2015, population in 2011 is 150,494.0 thousand while the world
population is 6,950,737.8 thousand. So the votes are 21.65. The first decimal
place is not zero, so it is rounded up to 22.00. So the seats are 22. So,
World Party Bangladesh may register 66 members (22 x 3 = 66). From among
these 66 members, 22 delegates may attend the Convention as the official
delegates. For the detail, please see the World Party Statute.
7. If there are problems in the registered members, other registered members
can object to the registered members. If the objection reaches 5 percent
of total votes of registered members, the objected members must be dismissed
from the registered members. But, in the World Party convention, if the
objected member gets the recognition from more than half of delegates,
the objected member can remain the registered member. So, there is no corruption
in the World Party.
8. The vote of delegate cannot be entrusted. Namely, only attending delegates
can have the vote. So, if a branch that has 50 votes sends only 10 delegates,
the votes of the branch are 10.
9. It is stipulated in the World Party Statute:
The maximum number of vote of individual branch is up to 20% of total votes
of attending delegates. For example, if the total votes of attending delegates
is 500, 500 X 0.20 = 100 votes are the maximum votes which each branch
If the number of attending countries is 5 or more, this criterion has no
problem. But if the number is less than 5, this criterion should not be
applied. This is explained as follows. In case that only 2 countries attend,
if country A sends 300 delegates and country B sends 200 delegates, total
delegates are 500. So, the maximum votes are 500 x 0.20 = 100. But, in
this case, the maximum votes should be 200 because the country B sends
200 delegates. Thus, new criterion is necessary for the case that attending
countries are less than 5. The new criterion is written in the draft of
the World Party Statute. This draft is to be adopted in the Second World
Party Convention. So, we need agreement in advance if we apply this new
criterion. For the detail of new criterion, please see Article 14 Votes of Delegate in the Draft of World Party Statute. This problem of the maximum votes of each branch has to be made clear
before the Convention.
Thus, inappropriate registered delegates are dismissed by other registered
delegates. This system keeps the authority of World Party Convention. For
more detail, please read World Party Statute.
In the Convention, the President is elected, basic policy of World Party
is identified, and the World Party Declaration is adopted.
Furthermore, World Citizen Network Convention will be held on the same
day or the next day. Please visit the page for the World Citizen Network Convention.
|What is the policy of World Party?
As shown in the figure below, on the first stage, the policy of World Party
is to establish the World Parliament.
Basic thought of the World Party is based on a paper "International Party for the World Government". Basic policy is to directly elect the delegates of each country
in proportion to population and send them to the World Parliament. The
World Parliament that is proposed in the above paper is composed of 2 houses,
and each house has basically 1 thousand members. But the World Parliament
that is proposed by the World Party has only 1 house that has basically
1 thousand members. Members from each country are apportioned in proportion
to the population of each country. On the first stage, World Parliament
is a consultative assembly without the legislative power. It is like the
European Parliament. After getting the legislative power, it will establish
the Constitution of the World Federation. World Federation is a worldwide
federation of independent countries, and the World Government is the central
government of the federation. World Government is concerned with the administration
of military force, the control of currency, and other issues that cannot
be solved by each country alone. Matters such as religion, political and
economic system such as liberalism or communism, industry, agriculture,
commerce, science, arts, and so on are free for each country. So, countries
in the federation can declare either liberalism or communism. There are
some conditions for attending the World Parliament.
1. Delegates to World Parliament have to be directly elected by people.
If delegates are sent without election, they are not accepted as the official
delegates. They can attend as observers.
Basic Rules of the World Parliament
2. Delegates from each country must get registered to the international
secretariat of the Parliament at least 1 year before the opening of the
Parliament. But the registration for attending the Parliament is accepted
even on the day of the Parliament.
3. A country can have registered delegates 3 times as many as the number
of seats in the Parliament. For example, if the seats of a country in the
Parliament are 10, the country can have 30 registered delegates. From among
these 30 delegates, the country can send 10 delegates as the official delegates.
4. The vote of delegate cannot be entrusted. Namely, only attending delegates
can have the vote. So, if a country that has 10 votes sends only 5 delegates,
the votes of the country are 5.
5. Basically, the maximum number of votes of each country are 20 percent
of total votes of attending delegates. This criterion is similar to that
of the World Party. For more detail, please see the World Party Statute
and The World Parliament Statute.
6. If there is a problem in a registered member, other registered members
may object to the registered member. For example, if a registered member
was not directly elected by people, other registered members can object
to it. When a registered member objects to another registered member, the
member who objects shall send a document of objection with her or his name
and clearly specified reason to the President of World Parliament. If the
objections reach 5 percent of total votes of all the registered members,
the President shall send the documents to each registered member, and a
motion to dismiss the objected registered member shall be made in the session
of the World Parliament. In the session of the World Parliament, when the
attending delegates, with more than half of the total votes of attending
delegates, object to the dismissal, the objected registered member shall
not be dismissed. Otherwise, the objected registered member shall be dismissed
even if the objections by document are only 5 percent of total votes of
In the process of voting for dismissal also, the maximum number of votes
of each country is, basically, up to 20 percent of total votes of attending
delegates. For the detail of calculation, please see the Statute.
There are some similar points in the conditions for the World Party Convention
and those for the World Parliament. The most important point is that the
registered delegates can dismiss other registered delegates. By this system,
delegates who are inappropriate for maintaining the world democracy are
dismissed. So the authority of World Party Convention and the World Parliament
is maintained. For more detail, please see World Party Declaration.
Inviting the Official Delegates to
There are many registered members in developing countries. They cannot
attend the World Party Convention because they are poor. Many delegates
must attend the Convention to make the Convention a solid authority. So
we are planning to invite the delegates to the Convention. But, huge amount
of fund is necessary to invite the delegates. So, we request
the World Party Convention
for that. There is a bank account for donation, Finance of Institute. This is an account of the World Government Institute Japan. Please send
donation. We want to invite the delegates to the Convention as many as
When supporters send the donation, legal problem may occur if the amount
of donation is not small. Especially, international donation may cause
problem. We will solve this problem in the near future.
Renewed on 27 April 2014