Final resolution of the 13th International Conference of Chief Justices
13. December 2012
A few days ago we reported on the International Conference of Chief Justices of the World that was organized for the 13th time by City Montessori School in Lucknow, India.
At the closing session of the conference, the participating chief justices and judges unanimously passed a final resolution. This resolution states, among other things, that the participants are...of the view that the present world scenario requires a democratic global governance structure and enforceable world law, for which the world urgently requires a World Parliament
and that they...urge all the Heads of State and heads of government of the world, as representatives of the people of their respective countries, to urgently meet to form such a democratic World Parliament in a time-bound manner, on a pattern based on the European Parliament of 27 European nations and the Euro currency of 16 countries.
The full resolution can be downloaded here as a PDF file.