D.O.C.I.S. International is structured like a business, but has a distinct element of democracy. The Council has a role similar to that of a board of directors: it determines overall policy and decides over unique situations of severe crisis. It consists of the Regentesse, 9 representatives in total for each department of governance and 6 representatives for each executive subcomponent.
The Senate is tasked with adapting the Council’s policy to continental circumstances, monitoring its national subdivisions (making sure they are doing well) and reporting to the Council.
For every department of governance, every continent has a representative. That is the same for the executive subcomponents.
There are 7 continents, which each have 9 Senators of governance and 6 Executive Senators. So, for example, the Senate has 7 Praesenses.
Every country that is a member of D.O.C.I.S. International has its own National Subdivision. Each National Subdivision has 9 representatives of governance and 6 national executives, who are responsible for federal leadership, making sure that the country abides the Council its policies and reporting to the Senate. The way provinicial and city leadership are formalized is to be decided by the Think Tank.
The element of democracy is the organization its Think Tank, which facilitates possibilities for direct feedback, voting and direct governmental requests (as a calmer form of protest). Every member of D.O.C.I.S. International is a member of the Think Tank.