The Federalist party consists of 5 main governing bodies.
- National Assembly
- National Congress
- Federal council
- National executive
- Federal tribunal
In effect the Parliament of the Federalist party is the National Assembly and the National Congress. The Assembly is the registered members of the party on the principle of one member one vote. The Congress is the winner and runner-up for the party’s nominations for the House of Commons and it is representation by one riding one vote.
The Federal council and National policy committee form the national leadership for the Federalist party. Just as the cabinet as the government introduces legislation into Parliament the council and committee bring binding and key resolutions to joint votes of the Assembly and Congress.
The National executive is the non-factional body that runs the national office.
The Federal tribunal is the judicial body that arbitrates disputes in the Federalist party.