With 200 russian members out of 300?
how that? if we speak of democratic Slavic Confederation (or if you want Alliance) it won`t be so. I mean, it can be only if democratic
Let me remind you how is vast Slavic world diversed and numerous: Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Byelorussia, Czeska, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Of course Lusatia that is on the way, too.
Then, there are countries that are strongly connected with Slavs, heavely influenced with Slavic culture: Hungary, Moldova, Lithuania, Letonia, Estonia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Kazahstan, Romania and Greece. Of course Padania (Northern Italy) that is on the way, too. All these countries are also eventual candidadtes for future Slavic confederation.
on the end... Parliament of Democratic Slavic Confederation should consists of two crucial chambers (for example):
1 - The House of Representatives of citizens (representative represent % of population)- `one man one voice`
2 - The House of Representatives of states (representatives represent countries)- `one country one voice`
Confederal organization of Union/Alliance is guaranty of specific local interests. Union/Alliance itself is guaranty for personal and collective freedom, progress, safety and sustain development considering vast resources of Slavija.