2014 Constitutional Amendment 1 - AGM Motions on Website

2014 Constitutional Amendment 1 - AGM Motions on Website

Amend the constitution to ensure AGM motions are on UD’s website, and encourage members to view and comment on them. Aim: to encourage membership participation in the AGM, and ensure awareness of the arguments for and against motions, particularly of those voting by proxy.

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2014 Policy Motion 6 - Council Election Constituencies

2014 Policy Motion 6 - Council Election Constituencies

Amend the regulations concerning the election of UD Council members: replace the regional constituencies with a single, nation-wide one; and have reserve places to maintain regional representation. Aim: to ensure a wider choice of candidates, increase competition, and ensure there were no uncontested places.

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2014: Policy Motion 2 - Constitutional Convention

2014: Policy Motion 2 - Constitutional Convention

Lobby parties to commit to a constitutional convention; educate and enthuse voters on the need for one; and create detailed proposals for how one should be delivered. Aim: to ensure that a constitutional convention is more likely to happen, so that the major constitutional issues facing the country are properly, and democratically, addressed.

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