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A New Concept of Electoral System, Reorganizing the Diaspora By Guytzag Palandjian March 20, 2002 A New Concept of Electoral System, Reorganizing the Diaspora "A New Concept of Electoral System" was the theme of my paper sent to the then (1990) newly forming Parliament of the ROA, which I have developed further. Heretofore, the politico have been the main engine in the electoral system of all countries of the world. Political parties acting as the only privileged entities to have the concession of presenting their candidates to Parliament, Congress and Senate. There are currently multiple Professional Colleagues Associations (PCA) formed in the Diaspora: The Health & Medical, The Bar Association, Engineers & Scientists, Jewellers, Sportive, etc. There should also be the Banking & Finance, Transportation & Travel, Construction, Telecom, IT, Food & Catering, Agro, Mines & Industries, Education & Culture, Environmental & forestry, etc PCAs. PCAs leadership bodies should be elected based upon merit. Three person delegations would be composed of a leader elected for his most advanced and senior position in the profession, another elected for most financially advanced status, and a third for most advanced Armenian networking capacity. The presidency of such a body would rotate regularly between the three during the term of their service (one would serve as president, the other two vice- presidents). These leadership bodies will act as liaisons between the PCAs and the traditional organizations, parties and the church. PCAs would form in all Armenian-dense communities or "regions" of Diaspora. These PCA leaderships, together with traditional Armenian organizations and the church, would form the Central Council of the community/region. Regional Central Councils would again periodically elect an all Diasporan Supreme Council with four branches: