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The title Speaker (in some countries Chairman of Congress or Head of Congress) is usually related to the Congress, awarded to the most established member of the current composition.

Traditionally, the Speaker is elected by the internal voting process of the Congress members itself.

The role of the Speaker is to implement law and order in the very Congress, keep a clean Congress section on the forum and keep things moving along. Usually, one of the roles is leading the meetings, having a final voting right in tight voting processes and taking appropriate action against members of Congress who are acting inappropriately.

If the Speaker cannot be present at a meeting, the Deputy Speaker takes his place, gaining temporary Speaker-like power.

The Speaker is expected to remain neutral and impartial at all times.

The Chairman of Congress, often abbreviated as CoC is a user-created position that exists in some countries of the New World, such as the Netherlands and Switzerland.


The Speaker is the presiding officer of the Senate of Australia and stems from the RL equivalent to care for the body of the Senate, officiate over Bill hearings and votes, conduct the process of nominations and ballots for the office of Speaker for the incoming term of the Senate regardless of their re-election, communicate with the Prime Minister on matters of policy and act as the Senate's representative to the people. In the Australian system, the Speaker is the head of the legislative branch of the government.

In practice, the Speaker is also the Moderator of the Senate forum and can issue, modify and warn guidance to its members. In good service, the Speaker would not procedurally vote to uphold the impartiality of their office, above party politics and personalities, yet stand in to break any tie. However, there is no current law in Australia to regulate how the Speaker's vote is exercised on Bills/Proposals of Law.


Since the early days, and as it occurs in real-life, the parliament of Greece is operated by the Parliamentary Bureau ("Proedreio Voulis" in Greek) as stated in the Articles of Association of the Congress. It consists of 5 members, each being a congressman by each of the top 5 parties, as selected by their party president. One of those five becomes President of the Parliamentary Bureau, while the other four remain normal members of the Parliamentary Bureau. The president is elected after an internal voting of the rest of the Congress members, if there is more than one candidate.

Their job is to control and moderate the actions and discussions of the Congress. Also responsible for informing the Congress of the government's proposals and decisions, before the official law proposals, as they are usually the main bridge of communication between Government-Congress. In general, their job is to enforce the Articles of Association of the Congress.

The president of the parliamentary bureau is responsible for all of the team's actions, making him/her at the same time the most important congress member of the congress term, and if he/she is unavailable when there's a need, one of the members takes his/hers place.

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