This sounds dreadful. We need a tribunal! The O'Malley tribunal!
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 10:34 PM, Paul O'Malley - gnu's not unix - <
ompaul at eircom.net> wrote:
> Tadeusz Cantwell wrote:
>>> I was reading the constitution and noticed a discrepancy. Two ordinary
>> members were voted at the last EAGM.
>> The constitution states that the committee shall consist of four
>> ordinary members. tad
>>>> 4. Committee.
>> 1. The society shall have a governing committee.
>> 2. The committee shall run the society on behalf of the members
>> and in accordance with the aims and objectives.
>> 3. Committee decisions shall be decided by majority voting.
>> 4. A quorum shall be shall be four committee members.
>> 5. The committee shall consist of
>> o Chairperson
>> o Secretary
>> o Treasurer
>> o Public Relations Officer
>> o 4 ordinary committee members
>> 6. The term of office of these elected officers shall be one
>> 7. A person should not hold the same office for more than three
>> successive years.
>>> And so it was at the AGM Part 2 that a motion was sought and passed IIRC
> that amended our constitution back to what it used to be as I say IIRC.
> Would the note taker care to comment?
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