Disability Labour recognises the importance of having a quorum of Executive Committee members in attendance to ensure representation. To ensure clarity, Disability Labour moves the following change to the Constitution to be effective immediately:

H (5)

There shall be a quorum when at least one-fifth of the number of members of the Executive Committee for the time being or four (4) members of the Executive Committee, whichever is the greater, are present at the meeting, of which one member must be an Officer of the group.

Change to:

The quorum for ordinary and special executive meetings is 50% of executive members or seven, whichever if greater.

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