Article (1):

All politicians who are practicing the profession, have a scientific degree or a certificate of training in political science, or are involved in political work have the right to become a member.


Article (2):

In order to acquire the membership of the Union, it is required to submit an application to the General Secretariat of the Union expressing a desire to acquire the membership of the Union, according to which the party wishing to join decides its commitment to the Union’s system and regulations Execution and undertaking to perform all the obligations stipulated therein, including the performance of the member’s subscription.


Article (3):

The General Administration of the Union issues a decision to accept the new member based on the proposal of the Executive Council. The member exercises the duties of membership immediately upon the issuance of this decision. In the event that the member fails to subscribe to membership, the General Administration may, in its next sessions, reconsider the membership.


Article (4):

All members of the Federation shall enjoy equal rights and duties and the freedom to retain their independent political personality.


Article (5):

If one of the members performs actions harmful to the union or does not perform the obligations stipulated by the union’s system or its implementing regulations. The President of the Federation issues a warning to stop working and return to performing his obligations. If it is not represented, the Federation shall present its matter to the Executive Council, which shall freeze its membership. If the member does not fulfill his obligations after freezing his membership, the matter of canceling his membership shall be presented to the General Administration in its next session.


Article (6):

The public administration may accept, as an observer, the member who does not meet one or more of the membership conditions in the federation, or members who request the membership of an observer, based on a recommendation from the Executive Council.