The governing body resulting from the Treaty of Amundsen-Scott composed of representative of each of the consolidated states, i.e., European Federation, South Asian Confederation, United States of the Americas, and the Japanese-Korean Economic Union. Organized as the policy-making body for the Grand Alliance, the Council evolved into the policy making and coordinating body for the six superstates.. The Council of Unity was expanded with the formation of the African Union and the Federation of Ancient Peoples in 2200 CE. It was renamed the Unity Council when the UN was reorganized under the Second United Nations Charter. Subsequently, it was replaced by the Senate of the United Nations with the ratification of the Constitution in the Plebiscite of 2244 CE.