Executive Committee decision making

Disability Labour believes no decision should be taken by a small clique of the Executive Committee. All decisions should be, and should be seen to be, properly democratic.

We therefore agree to an additional section H (6) being added to our constitution:

In the event of there being no quorum provided at least three (3) officers are present those present may constitute themselves as a temporary subcommittee under Clause J(11) in order to conduct such business as in their opinion cannot await consideration at a subsequent meeting of the Executive Committee.

Change to:

If there is not a quorum at an executive meeting, all decisions will have to be ratified by the next quorate executive committee meeting.