The internal regulations
The internal regulations of the National Assembly Party
The terms mentioned in this system and all other party documents indicate the meanings explained:
1/1: The Party: The National Assembly Party.
1/2: The internal regulations: the internal regulations of the party.
1/3: The Constituent Assembly: The Constituent Assembly of the party, which contributed to the founding of the party and signed the first statement, even for those whose names and signatures did not appear publicly.
4: The Executive Council: The Executive Council of the party is composed of nine declared members as a minimum, including members of the Constituent Council, and whoever elects it to supplement the number or add the number of the Executive Council, provided that the new member is elected by a two-thirds majority.
1/5: The Council of Members: A council to represent the declared members consisting of five members as a minimum, appointed in the first year of the Constituent Assembly and elected after that from the declared members registered in the party.
1/6: Members: the declared members registered in the party.
1/7: Unannounced members: The group of members who prefer or prefer the party to remain undeclared in order to preserve their safety and the safety of their relatives or to take into account their circumstances. Therefore, the articles that apply to the members in this list only apply when their identity and personalities can be reliably verified.
8: The General Assembly: The general assembly of the party consisting of all the declared members of the party.
1/9: Secretary General: Secretary General of the party.
1/10: Sections: The internal divisions of the party.
The first chapter / basic principles
Chapter One / The identity of the party
Article 2: The name of the party
The National Assembly Party, written in English, The National Assembly Party, which is abbreviated in Arabic (Nas) and in English (NAAS).
Article 3 / The identity of the party:
3/1: The Vision: A political party that establishes the democratic path, and seeks change with human rights values.
3/2: Principles and Values:
3/2/1: Abide by what the party declared in its Statement No. 1, the founding statement and the Basic Principles document.
3/2/2: Transparency, Independence, Credibility, and Non-discrimination.
3/2/3: Preserving the party's information and the identity of any undeclared member for security reasons and the privacy of internal information that may harm anyone inside or outside the country.
3/3: Mission: Establishing and disseminating the democratic values of governance through organized party work and cooperation with the concerned authorities to promote these values.
3/4: The party does not impose a specific form of government in the kingdom, such as the republic or the constitutional monarchy, but rather seeks to establish democratic mechanisms to enable the people to choose a system of government that permanently takes care of their interests.
Chapter two / party bodies and formations
Article 4 / Constituent Council:
1/4: The Constituent Assembly of the party is formed from the members who contributed to the founding of the party and the issuance of the first founding statement of the party, even those whose names and signatures did not appear publicly.
4/2: Members of the Constituent Assembly are required to fully adhere to the principles of the founding statement and the internal regulations as a reference, and vote by a two-thirds majority as a mechanism based on any amendments, additions, or appointments.
Article 5: The Executive Council:
1/5: The party’s executive council is composed of nine members as a minimum, of whom two are members of the Constituent Assembly at a minimum, and those who elect it by a two-thirds majority to complete or add to the required number of the Executive Council, provided that any new member in the Executive Council is elected with a two-thirds majority of its members.
5/2: Members of the party's executive council are required to display integrity, not have any criminal records, and to fully adhere to the principles of the founding statement and the internal regulations as a reference.
5/3: In the formation of the Executive Council, pluralism and non-discrimination should be taken into account.
Article 6: Council of Members:
1/6: Members of the Council of Members are appointed by the Constituent Assembly for an initial period, then after a year the members are elected by the registered members.
6/2: Council members are required to be impartial, not have any criminal records, and fully adhere to the principles, values and mechanisms of the party’s work in accordance with the founding statement and the party’s bylaws.
6/3: In the formation of the Council of Members, pluralism and non-discrimination should be taken into consideration.
6/4: The membership of each person in the elected council of members continues (unless he voluntarily withdraws) for a period of 4 years, and any new member is elected by the majority of the council in case of need.
Article 7: The General Assembly (made up of all registered members)
1/7: Anyone who applies for membership in the party is considered a party member according to the conditions and mechanisms for membership registration announced on the party’s website, and the request is accepted.
7/2: The membership of each registered member of the party continues until it is terminated by him or it is terminated through the Council of Members according to the approved voting mechanism, in the event that the member violates the principles of the party declared in its founding statement or its bylaws.
3: Membership Conditions:
3/7/1: The party welcomes every adult who belongs to this country.
7/3/2: Council members are required to adhere fully to the principles of the founding statement and the internal regulations as a reference.
3/7/3: Every member must not belong to entities that conflict in their principles, values, or interests with the National Rally Party during the membership period.
7/3/4: The party works to protect the private information of any member wishing to hide his joining the party, and to protect the privacy of every person and any information that may harm a party inside or outside the country, and it works to take electronic protection measures as possible.
Chapter Three / Duties and Powers of Party Councils and Officials
Article 8 / Functions and Powers of the Constituent Council:
1/8: Make any amendments to the internal regulations (as a single entity authorized to do so) by a two-thirds majority, and other members can be added according to the need by the consensus of the members.
2/8: A vote to dismiss or suspend the membership of a member of the Constituent Assembly for a specified period or cancel it, with the unanimous consent of the rest of the members.
3/8: Election of a Secretary General of the party.
8/4: To vote on adding or removing a member or suspending the membership of a member of the Executive Council for a specific period and reason or canceling it by a two-thirds majority.
5/8: The decision to dissolve or merge the party, which requires unanimity.
6/8: Call for an extraordinary meeting of the Constituent Council.
7/8: Approving the party’s work plans and supervising its strategy in accordance with the internal regulations.
8/8: Settle any disputes or conflicts of interests in the Executive Council or the Council of Members.
9/8: When the number of council members decreases, an extraordinary meeting is called to elect members who are complementary to the minimum.
10/8: Refer or consider any issues or topics for discussion by the Executive Council and the Council of Members, and their participation in the decision.
11/8: Adopting internal policies for resolving disputes and resolving crises of the party, a code of ethics and behavior for members, and other policies as necessary.
Article 9 / Duties and Powers of the Secretary General:
1/9: Supervising the party’s activities and distributing powers according to the plan approved by the Constituent Assembly and during the mandate specified for it. During its term, he is not entitled to chair the Executive Council or the Council of Members.
9/2: Coordination for the periodic and emergency meetings of the Constituent Assembly, in accordance with the internal regulations of the party, and preserving the party’s documents as necessary.
9/3: Supervising the implementation of approved programs and projects.
9/4: Representing the party in political meetings and negotiations, or delegating whoever represents the party with the approval of the Constituent Assembly.
5/9: Distribution of the work of the Executive Council and the Council of Members after obtaining the approval of the Constituent Assembly.
9/6: Supervising the general financial management of the party, or delegating someone to do this with the approval of the Constituent Council, and presenting the general budget to the Constituent Council three times per year.
7/9: The Constituent Assembly has the right to elect the Secretary-General from any of the registered party members.
9/8: The Secretary-General is reelected every four years, without extension.
Article 10 / Functions and Powers of the Executive Council
1/10: Election of the President of the Executive Council by a majority vote.
2/10: Coordination with the Constituent Assembly to implement the plans and tasks of the party.
3/10: Preparing plans and programs to implement the party's strategy.
4/10: Cooperating with the Secretary-General and the various divisions of the party in coordinating actions.
5/10: Study the plans and proposals submitted by the Council of Members and integrate them into the party's activities in line with its strategy.
6/10: Voting is made to elect new members to the Executive Council every four years.
Article 11 / Duties and Powers of the Chairman of the Executive Council
1/11: Supervising and following up the work of the Executive Council in accordance with the principles and regulations of the party.
11/2: Coordination for the periodic and emergency meetings of the Executive Council in accordance with the internal regulations of the party, and the preservation of the party's documents as necessary.
11/3: Inform the Constituent Assembly of the plans and proposals of the General Council and obtain their approval before carrying out any action.
11/4: Representing the Executive Council at the Constituent Council and the Council of Members according to what the work requires.
5/11: The distribution of tasks and the management of voting on the issues discussed in the Executive Council according to the majority.
6/11: The President of the Executive Council is reelected every four years, without extension.
Article 12 / The duties and powers of the Council of Members
1/12: Election of a Chairman for the Council of Members according to the majority vote of the party members.
12/2: Coordination to implement the party's directives and actions referred by the Executive Council.
12/3: Work to mobilize and organize members and tasks to serve the party's activities.
4/12: Suggesting ideas and programs and submitting them to the executive or founding council to suit the party’s work.
5/12: The Council of Members is appointed in the first year of the Constituent Assembly, and after that they are elected by the members of the General Assembly.
12/6: The council’s term of office is four years, which can be extended.
Article 13 / The duties and powers of the Chairman of the Council of Members:
1/13: Supervising the work of its council and allocating powers during the mandate assigned to it.
2/13: To coordinate the periodic and emergency meetings of the Council of Members in accordance with the internal regulations of the party and to preserve the party's documents as necessary.
3/13: Representing the Council in meetings with the Executive Council and the Secretary-General of the party.
4/13: Managing voting on issues referred by the Executive Council.
5/13: The President of the Council of Members is re-elected every four years, which can be extended.
Article 14 / Party meetings:
1/14: A meeting of the Constituent Assembly is held at least once a month.
2/14: The Executive Council meets at least once a month.
3/14: A meeting of the Council of Members is held at least once every three months.
4/14: The members of each of the constituent or general councils or the council of members meet when an extraordinary meeting is called by the Secretary-General, the Speaker, or by one-third of the members.
5/14: The holding of the extraordinary meeting does not lead to the postponement of the periodic meeting at its specified time.
Chapter Four / Party Finance
Article 15 / The financial resources of the party consist of:
1/15: Unconditional donations, grants, gifts and aid from individuals and institutions.
2/15: Other revenues that the party receives from subscriptions, activities, or money investment.
3/15: The party does not require payment of membership fees to register members, but it is accepted if the member wishes during registration.
4/15: No donation or gift from a single source will be accepted if the amount exceeds 5,000 pounds without approval from the Constituent Assembly and in accordance with the legal regulations in force at the location of the party's registration.
5/15 The party does not accept any government funding.
Article 16 / Financial System:
1/16: The party manages its funds by itself, and has an annual financial budget.
16/2: Withdrawals, disbursements, deposits and revenues are confirmed by notarized receipts and invoices.
16/3: No sums of money for the party's activities exceeding 5,000 pounds will be disbursed without the prior approval of the Constituent Assembly.
16/4: The principle is that the party’s cash is deposited in one or more banks and in the name of the party, and the sums are withdrawn by checks or drafts.
5/16: The party reviews the financial accounts with a legally recognized auditing body.
Chapter Five / means and mechanisms of the party's work
Article 17: Means of Party Action:
1/17: The party establishes a website, an email, and accounts on social media sites to introduce the party's work and activities.
17/2: The founding statement and any other statement or announcement, coverage or media interviews of the party are published on the website and social media sites.
3/17: Any statement and declaration of the party shall be reviewed before publication by the Constituent Assembly, the Secretary-General, and whoever assigns them to do so.
4/17: An electronic mailing list is created for the members and followers of the party to familiarize them with the party’s work and activities on a regular basis.
Article 18 / Mechanism of the party's work:
1/18: The Constituent Assembly, together with the Secretary General and the Executive Council, issues an annual strategic plan for the party’s work, which outlines the most important goals to be achieved and the activities related to their implementation during the next year.
18/2: Any amendment to the basic plans and activities of the party is approved by the Constituent Assembly.
3/18: An annual conference is organized for the members of the party to receive their suggestions and reactions about the party and its work, and to inform the members of its achievements.
4/18: The party issues an annual report, with the participation of the Executive Council and under the supervision of the Secretary-General, to clarify the party’s principles, plans, achievements and budget, with the report published on the party’s website and social networking sites.
5/18 The party prepares and publishes various publications on the principles and values it promotes.
6/18: The Constituent Assembly, in consultation with the Executive Council, issues a set of statements and announcements to comment on the current events in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and what is related to them according to the party’s vision and principles.
7/18: The party, in coordination with the Secretary-General, holds meetings with various media outlets and international, economic and political organizations to promote the party's goals and vision.
Article 19 / Dissolving the party, merging it with another party, or suspending its activities
Article 19/1: The party is dissolved, merged with another party, or its activities suspended for a temporary period according to the consensus of the members of the Constituent Assembly.
Article 19/2: The announcement of dissolving the party, merging it with another party, or suspending its activities for a temporary period, is published on the party's website, social media sites, and the mailing list.
Article 19/3: Upon dissolution of the party, its money and acquired properties are transferred to entities with a similar project.