When, how often and for how long would a Parliamentary Assembly be in session?
As with all parliaments, one needs to keep in mind the distinction between the plenary sessions of all delegates, and sessions of specialized committees and their sub-committes that only committee members would attend. Initially, plenary assemblies could take place once per year or every two years for a few weeks, for example parallel to the general debate of the UN General Assembly. The plenary sessions of the assembly would be prepared in the committees that could hold meetings more frequently and more flexibly. Over time, an assembly itself would determine the most effective timing and duration of its sessions.