Read the “Executive Council” and “Senate” pages of this1 document to get information on the role of Commissioner, or just ask on the thread.
To clarify, the office of a Commissioner belongs to the member-state elected, not an individual. The office is therefore exercised through the government of the member-state holding the presidency, whether that’s a dictatorship or democratic government.
The Commissioners, in addition to the President of the Solar Union, form the Executive Council of the Solar Union (read more in the thread). Normally the President of the Solar Union will choose the Commissioners after their election, however, as we do not yet have a President, the Commissioners will be chosen before the Presidential election to ensure the Union has a working government.
The President, when elected, is free to choose whichever commissioners they desire and may dismiss any of the current commissioners (although political circumstances may restrict the President in doing so). The Senate may reject a commissioner being fired by a 50% + 1 vote in the Senate. (please read more on the google doc https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eCHB4LFDUgUCUHHzSVTkNYxpBKiy-rCGTihsc3gc14Y/edit)
EDIT: These pre presidential election commissioners will be chosen based on RNG.
Nominations (two required):
Reasons for standing for the Commission:
Priorities upon taking office: