There’s a lot to parse through in the newly proposed Senate rules that the press received just after 11 p.m. after both Republican, Democratic and Independent Democratic lawmakers were briefed on the details in separate meetings.

Broadly speaking, the new rules outline the proposed coalition between the Republican conference and the five-member IDC, which is composed of breakaway Democrats Jeff Klein, David Carlucci, Diane Savino and David Valesky.

The rules establish that the Senate is composed of three separate conferences, and that the IDC and Senate GOP form a “majority coalition.”

The coalition will make governing partners between Republican leader Dean Skelos and IDC Leader Klein, with the Senate presidency rotating between the two lawmakers.

The agreement forged between the two conferences would allow for equal authority in bringing legislation to the floor for a vote.

According to the rules, the chairman of the Senate Rules Committee will be the conference leader with the most members and even with the 46th Senate District not fully resolved, that’s Skelos. Under the newly proposed rules, the committee’s powers appear to be altered, with more emphasis placed on the two leaders agreeing to put bills on the floor for a vote.

Leadership posts in the chamber will be term-limited at eight years.

The Majority Coalition would receive the lions share of allocations for member items — 71 percent. The minority Democratic conference receives 29 percent of available funds, according to the proposal.

New Senate Coalition Rules 2013-2014 by Nick Reisman