Actually, "presides" doesn't mean superior.
Please pay close attention to what is actually being said, thanks! Also, this addresses another question you asked in a separate post as evidence.
Thank you for the ironic quote. I noted that you think 'presides' doesn't mean superior. I don't know why you have this novel interpretation.
It's also been noted that the pope can call, dismiss, accept, reject etc. anything about an ecumenical council.
I think therefore 'presides' means rule
I also noted that I accept that in the first 7 councils preside didn't mean this. That too is my point. The Catholic understanding is not that of the early church's