House Of Nations

Article 5 - The World Parliament of Earth Constitution

Sec. D - The House of Nations

The House of Nations shall be composed of national delegates elected or appointed by procedures to be determined by each national government on the following basis:

One national delegate from each nation of at least 100,000 population, but less than 10,000,000 population.

Two national delegates from each nation of at least 10,000,000 population, but less than 100,000,000 population.

Three national delegates from each nation of 100,000,000 population or more.

Nations of less than 100,000 population may join in groups with other nations for purposes of representation in the House of Nations.

National delegates shall be elected or appointed to serve for terms of five years, and may be elected or appointed to serve successive terms without limit. Each national delegate shall have one vote.

Any person to serve as a national delegate shall be a citizen for at least two years of the nation to be represented, must be at least 21 years of age, and shall take a pledge of service to humanity.

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