The Majlis-i-Dharma, or as it was more commonly refered to, the MiD, was the parliament of the Grand Commonwealth. The MiD sat for three monthly terms. At the beginning of each term, the MiD delegates elected an executive officer, known as the Taoiseach. Each Member Nation of the Grand Commonwealth was allowed to send a maximum of two delegates to the MiD. When the Grand Commonwealth was formed, the MiD was known as the Majlis-i-Shahan-Ri, but the council changed its name when the Republic of Karnali joined the Commonwealth.