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Marked Eballots Not Factored Into Totals 6/25/2016

Eballot Marked by Executive James Ogle [Republican] USA on 6/25/2016:
1 Approve a date and location for a new 3rd International Parliament picnic to be held in Monterey California USA, in the Northern Hemisphere around July 4th to 5th, 2016.
2 Approve a date and location for a new 2nd International Parliament picnic to be held somewhere unknown, a place where a member who will organize it, preferably in the Southern Hemisphere around January 1st to 5th, 2016.
3 The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
4 The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
5 Our esteemed President Edlira Zeka, together with the representatives of the Finance Ministry to solution proposals for the creation of funds through government agencies
6 All ministers and deputy to proposals to improve the financial and diplomatic work fundamentals.
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Eballot Marked by Executive Edlira Zeka [Republican] and received on 6/25/2016 via telephone:
1 The Ten Executives agree to start the consideration of the ideas of Economic Development and Diplomatic Relations to facilitate our Members and the member countries in order to generate the funds for the International Parliament.
2 The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
3 The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
4 Help developing nations to identify USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies goals and priorities
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help developing nations to create national USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies strategies through financial support and expert consultation. The objective should be the setting of national priorities for research and development that address national needs in areas such as agriculture, health, industrial development, Skill development, Entrepreneurship development and the environment.
5 Support research and development efforts in developing nations that address local and global needs
-a- International financial support and collaboration is required for creating centers of excellence in developing nations - whether of local, national, regional, or international status.
-b- International financial support and participation is required for creation of new virtual networks of excellence (VNE) - research programs jointly sponsored and conducted by research institutes in different geographical locations, with research personnel communicating and collaborating primarily via new technologies such as the internet and the World Wide Web, deemed by merit review to be of the highest international quality in personnel, infrastructure, and research output - at national, regional, and global levels.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should support and help finance the creation of two global funds - an institutional fund and a program fund - that would provide international financial support to research programs of merit in developing nations.
-d- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should participate in a conference of international community of donors to review the concept of a global fund for science and, if they agree to it, help form a steering group to develop the funding mechanisms necessary for implementation. They should also play leadership roles in related projects that come to pass.
-e- Each nation involved in the development, production, or use of new technologies, such as those deriving from biotechnology, should have the means for assessing and managing their benefits and risks. Government should therefore ensure that expert scientific advice is available from regional or international sources not only to assure effective adoption of new technologies but to facilitate implementation of public health, human safety, and environmental guidelines or regulations associated with their potential side-effects.
6 Help developing nations to upgrade their educational institutions and programs
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each developing nation to establish a country - specific science - education policy that not only caters to national needs but instills an awareness of global responsibilities. Consequent national projects should particularly aim to modernize science education at the elementary- and secondary-school levels (ages 5-18); and they should emphasize inquiry-directed learning of scientific principles and skills while highlighting the values of science. Whether students go on to scientific careers or not, all should leave school with a good general understanding of science and its role in society.
-b- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each government to focus resources on providing high-quality training for science and technology teachers. This will involve special efforts at all tertiary-education institutions, including research universities.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should support government awards of special fellowships or grants, designed to provide adequate research and income supplements, to outstanding young scientists who work in developing nations for a period of time. Such special treatment may require local institutional flexibility, but it would be amply justified by the fundamental benefit of stimulating and retaining the local talent.
7 Help developing nations to provide information on USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies resources and issues to the public
-a- Funding should be provided for innovation in disseminating the results of new knowledge and technologies and in turning them into new products and services that address local needs. Such efforts could include:
-b- Consultative services, provided by national or regional research institutions, in areas such as agriculture, water and land management, housing, and health;
-c- Cooperative partnerships between local citizens and research institutions for sharing up-to-date information of local relevance;
-d- Empowerment of social entrepreneurs for supplying products and services significantly below market prices to people in need;
-e- 'Information kiosks,' either publicly funded or for-profit, to help distribute useful information obtained from the Internet.
8 Support the development of digital USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies information sources
-a- These agencies and organizations should provide funding and expert support for libraries to maintain electronic gateways for the sharing of digital information among researchers, teachers, and learners.
-b- Major hubs in the developing world should be organized for sharing digital information with research institutions in the industrialized world. This will facilitate access to some materials (in video format, for example) that require wide bandwidth not necessarily available everywhere. It will also serve the eminently sensible goal of backing up original material.
9 Approve a date and location for a new 2nd International Parliament picnic to be held somewhere unknown, a place where a member who will organize it, preferably in the Southern Hemisphere around January 1st to 5th, 2016.
10 Approve a date and location for a new 3rd International Parliament picnic to be held in Monterey California USA, in the Northern Hemisphere around July 4th to 5th, 2016.
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Eballot Marked by Sam Halabi [Democratic] and received on 3/26/2016 via President Zeka:
1 The Ten Execs agree to a sign-up with the United Nations executed by CEO Buck Rogers and a 6/10th approval is the go-ahead.
2 The Ten Executives agree to start the consideration of the ideas of Economic Development and Diplomatic Relations to facilitate our Members and the member countries in order to generate the funds for the International Parliament.
3 The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
4 The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
5 Help developing nations to identify USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies goals and priorities
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help developing nations to create national USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies strategies through financial support and expert consultation. The objective should be the setting of national priorities for research and development that address national needs in areas such as agriculture, health, industrial development, Skill development, Entrepreneurship development and the environment.
6 Support research and development efforts in developing nations that address local and global needs
-a- International financial support and collaboration is required for creating centers of excellence in developing nations - whether of local, national, regional, or international status.
-b- International financial support and participation is required for creation of new virtual networks of excellence (VNE) - research programs jointly sponsored and conducted by research institutes in different geographical locations, with research personnel communicating and collaborating primarily via new technologies such as the internet and the World Wide Web, deemed by merit review to be of the highest international quality in personnel, infrastructure, and research output - at national, regional, and global levels.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should support and help finance the creation of two global funds - an institutional fund and a program fund - that would provide international financial support to research programs of merit in developing nations.
-d- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should participate in a conference of international community of donors to review the concept of a global fund for science and, if they agree to it, help form a steering group to develop the funding mechanisms necessary for implementation. They should also play leadership roles in related projects that come to pass.
-e- Each nation involved in the development, production, or use of new technologies, such as those deriving from biotechnology, should have the means for assessing and managing their benefits and risks. Government should therefore ensure that expert scientific advice is available from regional or international sources not only to assure effective adoption of new technologies but to facilitate implementation of public health, human safety, and environmental guidelines or regulations associated with their potential side-effects.
7 Help developing nations to upgrade their educational institutions and programs
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each developing nation to establish a country - specific science - education policy that not only caters to national needs but instills an awareness of global responsibilities. Consequent national projects should particularly aim to modernize science education at the elementary- and secondary-school levels (ages 5-18); and they should emphasize inquiry-directed learning of scientific principles and skills while highlighting the values of science. Whether students go on to scientific careers or not, all should leave school with a good general understanding of science and its role in society.
-b- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each government to focus resources on providing high-quality training for science and technology teachers. This will involve special efforts at all tertiary-education institutions, including research universities.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should support government awards of special fellowships or grants, designed to provide adequate research and income supplements, to outstanding young scientists who work in developing nations for a period of time. Such special treatment may require local institutional flexibility, but it would be amply justified by the fundamental benefit of stimulating and retaining the local talent.
8 Help developing nations to provide information on USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies resources and issues to the public
-a- Funding should be provided for innovation in disseminating the results of new knowledge and technologies and in turning them into new products and services that address local needs. Such efforts could include:
-b- Consultative services, provided by national or regional research institutions, in areas such as agriculture, water and land management, housing, and health;
-c- Cooperative partnerships between local citizens and research institutions for sharing up-to-date information of local relevance;
-d- Empowerment of social entrepreneurs for supplying products and services significantly below market prices to people in need;
-e- 'Information kiosks,' either publicly funded or for-profit, to help distribute useful information obtained from the Internet.
9 Facilitate regional and international USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies programs
-a- International organizations should offer financial support and help design the institutional framework to establish 'sandwich programs' that provide for a portion of USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies abroad.
-b- Regional cooperation in USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies training that leads to doctoral degrees, together with postdoctoral programs, should be promoted in national or regional centers of excellence, especially those that are USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies -proficient countries among the developing ones. In particular, such centers of excellence should provide scholarships and research facilities, including the use of their own laboratories, to help achieve international cooperation with and among developing nations. They should also take into account the often-critical need for travel money.
-c- The training of new scientists and engineers should be aided by networks that have already been established by practicing professionals in diverse specialties. These networks should be given enduring support by academic, governmental, intergovernmental, and private organizations.
-d- A number of programs and fellowships to support USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies capacity-building activities have previously been established by some countries and by organizations such as UNESCO, Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), and International Council of Science (ICSU). A database of all such activities should be created and posted on a Website available to all scientists and engineers, even those working in the remotest regions of the world.
9 Support the development of digital USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies information sources
-a- These agencies and organizations should provide funding and expert support for libraries to maintain electronic gateways for the sharing of digital information among researchers, teachers, and learners.
-b- Major hubs in the developing world should be organized for sharing digital information with research institutions in the industrialized world. This will facilitate access to some materials (in video format, for example) that require wide bandwidth not necessarily available everywhere. It will also serve the eminently sensible goal of backing up original material.
10 Approve a date and location for a new 2nd International Parliament picnic to be held somewhere unknown, a place where a member who will organize it, preferably in the Southern Hemisphere around January 1st to 5th, 2016.
11 Approve a date and location for a new 3rd International Parliament picnic to be held in Monterey California USA, in the Northern Hemisphere around July 4th to 5th, 2016.
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Eballot Marked by Executive Mahmoud Assaf [Democratic] and received on 3/26/2016 via telephone President Zeka:
1 The Ten Execs agree to a sign-up with the United Nations executed by CEO Buck Rogers and a 6/10th approval is the go-ahead.
2 The Ten Executives agree to start the consideration of the ideas of Economic Development and Diplomatic Relations to facilitate our Members and the member countries in order to generate the funds for the International Parliament.
3 The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
4 The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
5 Help developing nations to identify USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies goals and priorities
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help developing nations to create national USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies strategies through financial support and expert consultation. The objective should be the setting of national priorities for research and development that address national needs in areas such as agriculture, health, industrial development, Skill development, Entrepreneurship development and the environment.
6 Support research and development efforts in developing nations that address local and global needs
-a- International financial support and collaboration is required for creating centers of excellence in developing nations - whether of local, national, regional, or international status.
-b- International financial support and participation is required for creation of new virtual networks of excellence (VNE) - research programs jointly sponsored and conducted by research institutes in different geographical locations, with research personnel communicating and collaborating primarily via new technologies such as the internet and the World Wide Web, deemed by merit review to be of the highest international quality in personnel, infrastructure, and research output - at national, regional, and global levels.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should support and help finance the creation of two global funds - an institutional fund and a program fund - that would provide international financial support to research programs of merit in developing nations.
-d- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should participate in a conference of international community of donors to review the concept of a global fund for science and, if they agree to it, help form a steering group to develop the funding mechanisms necessary for implementation. They should also play leadership roles in related projects that come to pass.
-e- Each nation involved in the development, production, or use of new technologies, such as those deriving from biotechnology, should have the means for assessing and managing their benefits and risks. Government should therefore ensure that expert scientific advice is available from regional or international sources not only to assure effective adoption of new technologies but to facilitate implementation of public health, human safety, and environmental guidelines or regulations associated with their potential side-effects.
7 Help developing nations to upgrade their educational institutions and programs
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each developing nation to establish a country - specific science - education policy that not only caters to national needs but instills an awareness of global responsibilities. Consequent national projects should particularly aim to modernize science education at the elementary- and secondary-school levels (ages 5-18); and they should emphasize inquiry-directed learning of scientific principles and skills while highlighting the values of science. Whether students go on to scientific careers or not, all should leave school with a good general understanding of science and its role in society.
-b- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each government to focus resources on providing high-quality training for science and technology teachers. This will involve special efforts at all tertiary-education institutions, including research universities.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should support government awards of special fellowships or grants, designed to provide adequate research and income supplements, to outstanding young scientists who work in developing nations for a period of time. Such special treatment may require local institutional flexibility, but it would be amply justified by the fundamental benefit of stimulating and retaining the local talent.
8 Help developing nations to provide information on USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies resources and issues to the public
-a- Funding should be provided for innovation in disseminating the results of new knowledge and technologies and in turning them into new products and services that address local needs. Such efforts could include:
-b- Consultative services, provided by national or regional research institutions, in areas such as agriculture, water and land management, housing, and health;
-c- Cooperative partnerships between local citizens and research institutions for sharing up-to-date information of local relevance;
-d- Empowerment of social entrepreneurs for supplying products and services significantly below market prices to people in need;
-e- 'Information kiosks,' either publicly funded or for-profit, to help distribute useful information obtained from the Internet.
9 Facilitate regional and international USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies programs
-a- International organizations should offer financial support and help design the institutional framework to establish 'sandwich programs' that provide for a portion of USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies abroad.
-b- Regional cooperation in USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies training that leads to doctoral degrees, together with postdoctoral programs, should be promoted in national or regional centers of excellence, especially those that are USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies -proficient countries among the developing ones. In particular, such centers of excellence should provide scholarships and research facilities, including the use of their own laboratories, to help achieve international cooperation with and among developing nations. They should also take into account the often-critical need for travel money.
-c- The training of new scientists and engineers should be aided by networks that have already been established by practicing professionals in diverse specialties. These networks should be given enduring support by academic, governmental, intergovernmental, and private organizations.
-d- A number of programs and fellowships to support USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies capacity-building activities have previously been established by some countries and by organizations such as UNESCO, Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), and International Council of Science (ICSU). A database of all such activities should be created and posted on a Website available to all scientists and engineers, even those working in the remotest regions of the world.
9 Support the development of digital USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies information sources
-a- These agencies and organizations should provide funding and expert support for libraries to maintain electronic gateways for the sharing of digital information among researchers, teachers, and learners.
-b- Major hubs in the developing world should be organized for sharing digital information with research institutions in the industrialized world. This will facilitate access to some materials (in video format, for example) that require wide bandwidth not necessarily available everywhere. It will also serve the eminently sensible goal of backing up original material.
10 Approve a date and location for a new 2nd International Parliament picnic to be held somewhere unknown, a place where a member who will organize it, preferably in the Southern Hemisphere around January 1st to 5th, 2016.
11 Approve a date and location for a new 3rd International Parliament picnic to be held in Monterey California USA, in the Northern Hemisphere around July 4th to 5th, 2016.
* * *

Secretary General Frank Michael voted on agenda on 3/24/2016 via email as follows:
__1_ The Ten Execs agree to a sign-up with the United Nations executed by CEO Buck Rogers and a 6/10th approval is the go-ahead.
__2_ Government shall make no law establishing Religion , or prohibiting the Free exercise there of, or abridging the Freedoms of speech, the press, the right to assemble, and the right to petition
__3_ The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
__4_ The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
__5_ Approve a date and location for a new 2nd International Parliament picnic to be held somewhere unknown, a place where a member who will organize it, preferably in the Southern Hemisphere around January 1st to 5th, 2016.
__6_ Approve a date and location for a new 3rd International Parliament picnic to be held in Monterey California USA, in the Northern Hemisphere around July 4th to 5th, 2016.
__7_ The Ten Executives agree to start the consideration of the ideas of Economic Development and Diplomatic Relations to facilitate our Members and the member countries in order to generate the funds for the International Parliament.
_8__ Help developing nations to identify USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies goals and priorities -a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help developing nations to create national USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies strategies through financial support and expert consultation. The objective should be the setting of national priorities for research and development that address national needs in areas such as agriculture, health, industrial development, Skill development, Entrepreneurship development and the environment.
_9__ Support research and development efforts in developing nations that address local and global needs -a- International financial support and collaboration is required for creating centers of excellence in developing nations - whether of local, national, regional, or international status. -b- International financial support and participation is required for creation of new virtual networks of excellence (VNE) - research programs jointly sponsored and conducted by research institutes in different geographical locations, with research personnel communicating and collaborating primarily via new technologies such as the internet and the World Wide Web, deemed by merit review to be of the highest international quality in personnel, infrastructure, and research output - at national, regional, and global levels. -c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should support and help finance the creation of two global funds - an institutional fund and a program fund - that would provide international financial support to research programs of merit in developing nations. -d- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should participate in a conference of international community of donors to review the concept of a global fund for science and, if they agree to it, help form a steering group to develop the funding mechanisms necessary for implementation. They should also play leadership roles in related projects that come to pass. -e- Each nation involved in the development, production, or use of new technologies, such as those deriving from biotechnology, should have the means for assessing and managing their benefits and risks. Government should therefore ensure that expert scientific advice is available from regional or international sources not only to assure effective adoption of new technologies but to facilitate implementation of public health, human safety, and environmental guidelines or regulations associated with their potential side-effects.
_10__ Help developing nations to upgrade their educational institutions and programs -a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each developing nation to establish a country - specific science - education policy that not only caters to national needs but instills an awareness of global responsibilities. Consequent national projects should particularly aim to modernize science education at the elementary- and secondary-school levels (ages 5-18); and they should emphasize inquiry-directed learning of scientific principles and skills while highlighting the values of science. Whether students go on to scientific careers or not, all should leave school with a good general understanding of science and its role in society. -b- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each government to focus resources on providing high-quality training for science and technology teachers. This will involve special efforts at all tertiary-education institutions, including research universities. -c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should support government awards of special fellowships or grants, designed to provide adequate research and income supplements, to outstanding young scientists who work in developing nations for a period of time. Such special treatment may require local institutional flexibility, but it would be amply justified by the fundamental benefit of stimulating and retaining the local talent.
_11__ Help developing nations to provide information on USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies resources and issues to the public -a- Funding should be provided for innovation in disseminating the results of new knowledge and technologies and in turning them into new products and services that address local needs. Such efforts could include: -b- Consultative services, provided by national or regional research institutions, in areas such as agriculture, water and land management, housing, and health; -c- Cooperative partnerships between local citizens and research institutions for sharing up-to-date information of local relevance; -d- Empowerment of social entrepreneurs for supplying products and services significantly below market prices to people in need; -e- 'Information kiosks,' either publicly funded or for-profit, to help distribute useful information obtained from the Internet.
_12__ Facilitate regional and international USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies programs -a- International organizations should offer financial support and help design the institutional framework to establish 'sandwich programs' that provide for a portion of USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies abroad. -b- Regional cooperation in USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies training that leads to doctoral degrees, together with postdoctoral programs, should be promoted in national or regional centers of excellence, especially those that are USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies -proficient countries among the developing ones. In particular, such centers of excellence should provide scholarships and research facilities, including the use of their own laboratories, to help achieve international cooperation with and among developing nations. They should also take into account the often-critical need for travel money. -c- The training of new scientists and engineers should be aided by networks that have already been established by practicing professionals in diverse specialties. These networks should be given enduring support by academic, governmental, intergovernmental, and private organizations. -d- A number of programs and fellowships to support USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies capacity-building activities have previously been established by some countries and by organizations such as UNESCO, Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), and International Council of Science (ICSU). A database of all such activities should be created and posted on a Website available to all scientists and engineers, even those working in the remotest regions of the world.
_13__ Support the development of digital USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies information sources -a- These agencies and organizations should provide funding and expert support for libraries to maintain electronic gateways for the sharing of digital information among researchers, teachers, and learners. -b- Major hubs in the developing world should be organized for sharing digital information with research institutions in the industrialized world. This will facilitate access to some materials (in video format, for example) that require wide bandwidth not necessarily available everywhere. It will also serve the eminently sensible goal of backing up original material.
_14__ Our esteemed President Edlira Zeka, together with the representatives of the Finance Ministry to solution proposals for the creation of funds through government agencies
_15__ All ministers and deputy to proposals to improve the financial and diplomatic work fundamentals.
* * *

CEO Buck Roger's Marked Eballot on 3/22/2016
__1_ The Ten Execs agree to a sign-up with the United Nations executed by CEO Buck Rogers and a 6/10th approval is the go-ahead.
__2_ The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
___3 The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
___4 The Ten Executives agree to start the consideration of the ideas of Economic Development and Diplomatic Relations to facilitate our Members and the member countries in order to generate the funds for the International Parliament.
___5 The Ten Executives agree to arrange to send copy of the registration certificate of the organization, Memorandum of Association (MoA), and the copy the Resolution passed on the letter head of the International Parliament because these documents will be required to open Bank Account in the name of the International Parliament in India.
__6_ Help developing nations to identify USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies goals and priorities -a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help developing nations to create national USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies strategies through financial support and expert consultation. The objective should be the setting of national priorities for research and development that address national needs in areas such as agriculture, health, industrial development, Skill development, Entrepreneurship development and the environment.
_7__ Support research and development efforts in developing nations that address local and global needs -a- International financial support and collaboration is required for creating centers of excellence in developing nations - whether of local, national, regional, or international status. -b- International financial support and participation is required for creation of new virtual networks of excellence (VNE) - research programs jointly sponsored and conducted by research institutes in different geographical locations, with research personnel communicating and collaborating primarily via new technologies such as the internet and the World Wide Web, deemed by merit review to be of the highest international quality in personnel, infrastructure, and research output - at national, regional, and global levels. -c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should support and help finance the creation of two global funds - an institutional fund and a program fund - that would provide international financial support to research programs of merit in developing nations. -d- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should participate in a conference of international community of donors to review the concept of a global fund for science and, if they agree to it, help form a steering group to develop the funding mechanisms necessary for implementation. They should also play leadership roles in related projects that come to pass. -e- Each nation involved in the development, production, or use of new technologies, such as those deriving from biotechnology, should have the means for assessing and managing their benefits and risks. Government should therefore ensure that expert scientific advice is available from regional or international sources not only to assure effective adoption of new technologies but to facilitate implementation of public health, human safety, and environmental guidelines or regulations associated with their potential side-effects.
__8_ Help developing nations to upgrade their educational institutions and programs -a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each developing nation to establish a country - specific science - education policy that not only caters to national needs but instills an awareness of global responsibilities. Consequent national projects should particularly aim to modernize science education at the elementary- and secondary-school levels (ages 5-18); and they should emphasize inquiry-directed learning of scientific principles and skills while highlighting the values of science. Whether students go on to scientific careers or not, all should leave school with a good general understanding of science and its role in society. -b- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each government to focus resources on providing high-quality training for science and technology teachers. This will involve special efforts at all tertiary-education institutions, including research universities. -c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should support government awards of special fellowships or grants, designed to provide adequate research and income supplements, to outstanding young scientists who work in developing nations for a period of time. Such special treatment may require local institutional flexibility, but it would be amply justified by the fundamental benefit of stimulating and retaining the local talent.
_9__ Facilitate regional and international USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies programs -a- International organizations should offer financial support and help design the institutional framework to establish 'sandwich programs' that provide for a portion of USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies abroad. -b- Regional cooperation in USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies training that leads to doctoral degrees, together with postdoctoral programs, should be promoted in national or regional centers of excellence, especially those that are USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies -proficient countries among the developing ones. In particular, such centers of excellence should provide scholarships and research facilities, including the use of their own laboratories, to help achieve international cooperation with and among developing nations. They should also take into account the often-critical need for travel money. -c- The training of new scientists and engineers should be aided by networks that have already been established by practicing professionals in diverse specialties. These networks should be given enduring support by academic, governmental, intergovernmental, and private organizations. -d- A number of programs and fellowships to support USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies capacity-building activities have previously been established by some countries and by organizations such as UNESCO, Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), and International Council of Science (ICSU). A database of all such activities should be created and posted on a Website available to all scientists and engineers, even those working in the remotest regions of the world.
___10 Our esteemed President Edlira Zeka, together with the representatives of the Finance Ministry to solution proposals for the creation of funds through government agencies
__11_ All ministers and deputy to proposals to improve the financial and diplomatic work fundamentals.
* * *

Eballot Marked by Executive Lady Nada Nadine Squires [One] Earth (12/12/2014) and received on 6/29/2015:

Subject: Agenda
Date: 2015-06-30 10:45
From: Nadine Daniel
To: unitedcoalition@usparliament.org
_1.__ Approve a date and location for a new 3rd International Parliament picnic to be held in Monterey California USA, in the Northern Hemisphere around July 4th to 5th, 2016.
_2.__ Approve a date and location for a new 2nd International Parliament picnic to be held somewhere unknown, a place where a member who will organize it, preferably in the Southern Hemisphere around January 1st to 5th, 2016.
_3.__ The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
_4.__ The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
_5.__ The Ten Executives agree to arrange to send copy of the registration certificate of the organization, Memorandum of Association (MoA), and the copy the Resolution passed on the letter head of the International Parliament because these documents will be required to open Bank Account in the name of the International Parliament in India.
_6.__ The Ten Executives agree to start the consideration of the ideas of Economic Development and Diplomatic Relations to facilitate our Members and the member countries in order to generate the funds for the International Parliament.
_7.__ MoU between the International Parliament and the International Organization for Educational Development will also be required. After signing this type of agreement, International Parliament will get General Permission to run Office in India automatically.
_8.__ Honorable Executive Sharma [Cabinet Minister] will send the copy of this Agreement to the Ministry of External Affairs and the Reserve Bank of India for information purpose.
_9.__ Help developing nations to provide information on USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies resources and issues to the public -a- Funding should be provided for innovation in disseminating the results of new knowledge and technologies and in turning them into new products and services that address local needs. Such efforts could include: -b- Consultative services, provided by national or regional research institutions, in areas such as agriculture, water and land management, housing, and health; -c- Cooperative partnerships between local citizens and research institutions for sharing up-to-date information of local relevance; -d- Empowerment of social entrepreneurs for supplying products and services significantly below market prices to people in need; -e- 'Information kiosks,' either publicly funded or for-profit, to help distribute useful information obtained from the Internet.
_10.__ Help developing nations to identify USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies goals and priorities -a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help developing nations to create national USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies strategies through financial support and expert consultation. The objective should be the setting of national priorities for research and development that address national needs in areas such as agriculture, health, industrial development, Skill development, Entrepreneurship development and the environment.
_11.__ Support research and development efforts in developing nations that address local and global needs -a- International financial support and collaboration is required for creating centers of excellence in developing nations - whether of local, national, regional, or international status. -b- International financial support and participation is required for creation of new virtual networks of excellence (VNE) - research programs jointly sponsored and conducted by research institutes in different geographical locations, with research personnel communicating and collaborating primarily via new technologies such as the internet and the World Wide Web, deemed by merit review to be of the highest international quality in personnel, infrastructure, and research output - at national, regional, and global levels. -c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should support and help finance the creation of two global funds - an institutional fund and a program fund - that would provide international financial support to research programs of merit in developing nations. -d- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should participate in a conference of international community of donors to review the concept of a global fund for science and, if they agree to it, help form a steering group to develop the funding mechanisms necessary for implementation. They should also play leadership roles in related projects that come to pass. -e- Each nation involved in the development, production, or use of new technologies, such as those deriving from biotechnology, should have the means for assessing and managing their benefits and risks. Government should therefore ensure that expert scientific advice is available from regional or international sources not only to assure effective adoption of new technologies but to facilitate implementation of public health, human safety, and environmental guidelines or regulations associated with their potential side-effects.
_12.__ Facilitate regional and international USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies programs -a- International organizations should offer financial support and help design the institutional framework to establish 'sandwich programs' that provide for a portion of USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies abroad. -b- Regional cooperation in USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies training that leads to doctoral degrees, together with postdoctoral programs, should be promoted in national or regional centers of excellence, especially those that are USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies -proficient countries among the developing ones. In particular, such centers of excellence should provide scholarships and research facilities, including the use of their own laboratories, to help achieve international cooperation with and among developing nations. They should also take into account the often-critical need for travel money. -c- The training of new scientists and engineers should be aided by networks that have already been established by practicing professionals in diverse specialties. These networks should be given enduring support by academic, governmental, intergovernmental, and private organizations. -d- A number of programs and fellowships to support USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies capacity-building activities have previously been established by some countries and by organizations such as UNESCO, Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), and International Council of Science (ICSU). A database of all such activities should be created and posted on a Website available to all scientists and engineers, even those working in the remotest regions of the world.
_13.__ Help developing nations to upgrade their educational institutions and programs -a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each developing nation to establish a country - specific science - education policy that not only caters to national needs but instills an awareness of global responsibilities. Consequent national projects should particularly aim to modernize science education at the elementary- and secondary-school levels (ages 5-18); and they should emphasize inquiry-directed learning of scientific principles and skills while highlighting the values of science. Whether students go on to scientific careers or not, all should leave school with a good general understanding of science and its role in society. -b- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each government to focus resources on providing high-quality training for science and technology teachers. This will involve special efforts at all tertiary-education institutions, including research universities. -c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should support government awards of special fellowships or grants, designed to provide adequate research and income supplements, to outstanding young scientists who work in developing nations for a period of time. Such special treatment may require local institutional flexibility, but it would be amply justified by the fundamental benefit of stimulating and retaining the local talent.
_14.__ Support the development of digital USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies information sources -a- These agencies and organizations should provide funding and expert support for libraries to maintain electronic gateways for the sharing of digital information among researchers, teachers, and learners. -b- Major hubs in the developing world should be organized for sharing digital information with research institutions in the industrialized world. This will facilitate access to some materials (in video format, for example) that require wide bandwidth not necessarily available everywhere. It will also serve the eminently sensible goal of backing up original material.
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Eballot Marked by Executive Mahmoud Assaf [Democratic] and received on 6/13/2015:
1 The Ten Executives agree to start the consideration of the ideas of Economic Development and Diplomatic Relations to facilitate our Members and the member countries in order to generate the funds for the International Parliament.
2 The Ten Executives agree to arrange to send copy of the registration certificate of the organization, Memorandum of Association (MoA), and the copy the Resolution passed on the letter head of the International Parliament because these documents will be required to open Bank Account in the name of the International Parliament in India.
3 MoU between the International Parliament and the International Organization for Educational Development will also be required. After signing this type of agreement, International Parliament will get General Permission to run Office in India automatically.
4 Honorable Executive Sharma [Cabinet Minister] will send the copy of this Agreement to the Ministry of External Affairs and the Reserve Bank of India for information purpose.
5 The Ten Executives must agree to pay all the basic expenses of web page hosting and design, split the costs ten ways equally amongst them until these basic costs are paid each year by May 1st of each year.
6 The IP Treasurer will be charged with completing a report on all money received and paid out and the report will be due by June 1st of each year.
7 Help developing nations to identify USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies goals and priorities
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help developing nations to create national USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies strategies through financial support and expert consultation. The objective should be the setting of national priorities for research and development that address national needs in areas such as agriculture, health, industrial development, Skill development, Entrepreneurship development and the environment.
8 Support research and development efforts in developing nations that address local and global needs
-a- International financial support and collaboration is required for creating centers of excellence in developing nations - whether of local, national, regional, or international status.
-b- International financial support and participation is required for creation of new virtual networks of excellence (VNE) - research programs jointly sponsored and conducted by research institutes in different geographical locations, with research personnel communicating and collaborating primarily via new technologies such as the internet and the World Wide Web, deemed by merit review to be of the highest international quality in personnel, infrastructure, and research output - at national, regional, and global levels.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should support and help finance the creation of two global funds - an institutional fund and a program fund - that would provide international financial support to research programs of merit in developing nations.
-d- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies and regional intergovernmental organizations should participate in a conference of international community of donors to review the concept of a global fund for science and, if they agree to it, help form a steering group to develop the funding mechanisms necessary for implementation. They should also play leadership roles in related projects that come to pass.
-e- Each nation involved in the development, production, or use of new technologies, such as those deriving from biotechnology, should have the means for assessing and managing their benefits and risks. Government should therefore ensure that expert scientific advice is available from regional or international sources not only to assure effective adoption of new technologies but to facilitate implementation of public health, human safety, and environmental guidelines or regulations associated with their potential side-effects.
9 Help developing nations to upgrade their educational institutions and programs
-a- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each developing nation to establish a country - specific science - education policy that not only caters to national needs but instills an awareness of global responsibilities. Consequent national projects should particularly aim to modernize science education at the elementary- and secondary-school levels (ages 5-18); and they should emphasize inquiry-directed learning of scientific principles and skills while highlighting the values of science. Whether students go on to scientific careers or not, all should leave school with a good general understanding of science and its role in society.
-b- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should help each government to focus resources on providing high-quality training for science and technology teachers. This will involve special efforts at all tertiary-education institutions, including research universities.
-c- USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies should support government awards of special fellowships or grants, designed to provide adequate research and income supplements, to outstanding young scientists who work in developing nations for a period of time. Such special treatment may require local institutional flexibility, but it would be amply justified by the fundamental benefit of stimulating and retaining the local talent.
10 Help developing nations to provide information on USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies resources and issues to the public
-a- Funding should be provided for innovation in disseminating the results of new knowledge and technologies and in turning them into new products and services that address local needs. Such efforts could include:
-b- Consultative services, provided by national or regional research institutions, in areas such as agriculture, water and land management, housing, and health;
-c- Cooperative partnerships between local citizens and research institutions for sharing up-to-date information of local relevance;
-d- Empowerment of social entrepreneurs for supplying products and services significantly below market prices to people in need;
-e- 'Information kiosks,' either publicly funded or for-profit, to help distribute useful information obtained from the Internet.
11 Facilitate regional and international USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies programs
-a- International organizations should offer financial support and help design the institutional framework to establish 'sandwich programs' that provide for a portion of USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies abroad.
-b- Regional cooperation in USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies training that leads to doctoral degrees, together with postdoctoral programs, should be promoted in national or regional centers of excellence, especially those that are USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies -proficient countries among the developing ones. In particular, such centers of excellence should provide scholarships and research facilities, including the use of their own laboratories, to help achieve international cooperation with and among developing nations. They should also take into account the often-critical need for travel money.
-c- The training of new scientists and engineers should be aided by networks that have already been established by practicing professionals in diverse specialties. These networks should be given enduring support by academic, governmental, intergovernmental, and private organizations.
-d- A number of programs and fellowships to support USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies capacity-building activities have previously been established by some countries and by organizations such as UNESCO, Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), and International Council of Science (ICSU). A database of all such activities should be created and posted on a Website available to all scientists and engineers, even those working in the remotest regions of the world.
12 Support the development of digital USA & INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENT agencies information sources
-a- These agencies and organizations should provide funding and expert support for libraries to maintain electronic gateways for the sharing of digital information among researchers, teachers, and learners.
-b- Major hubs in the developing world should be organized for sharing digital information with research institutions in the industrialized world. This will facilitate access to some materials (in video format, for example) that require wide bandwidth not necessarily available everywhere. It will also serve the eminently sensible goal of backing up original material.
13 Approve a date and location for a new 2nd International Parliament picnic to be held somewhere unknown, a place where a member who will organize it, preferably in the Southern Hemisphere around January 1st to 5th, 2016.
14 Approve a date and location for a new 3rd International Parliament picnic to be held in Monterey California USA, in the Northern Hemisphere around July 4th to 5th, 2016.
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