Two houses of the World Parliament
- One house will represent parliamentarians elected by the people (Lower World House). The number would be approximately 3800.
- A Higher World House where each nations President will be member. The number would be approximately 193.
The party with maximum number of elected candidates should be invited to form the World Government. It is not recommended to form the Government with just 50% majority as such a situation leads to fench crossing and breeds corruption. The party with maximum number of candidates and the biggest party may be allowed to constitute the world Government.
The tenure of the parliament may be fixed for 10 years.
There will be no provision of VETO POWER in the World Parliament.
The representations of the world parliament will also take part in their Provincial and National elections.
All international organizations will be under the control of World President for example UNO, IMF, World Bank etc.