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(en) France, Union Communiste Libertaire - Rules of Procedure of the Libertarian Communist Union (fr, it, pt)[machine translation]

Date Tue, 12 Nov 2019 08:57:44 +0200


Internal Regulations adopted at the 1st Congress of the Libertarian Communist Union (Allier, June 8, 9 and 10, 2019). ---- The Congress ---- Preparation ---- progress ---- Extraordinary Congress ---- Federal Coordinations ---- Preparation ---- progress ---- Extraordinary Federal Coordination ---- Modalities of revision of the Rules of Procedure ---- 1) The Congress ---- 1.1) Preparation ---- A Commission for the preparation of the Congress is set up in the Federal Coordination at the latest 9 months before the date of the Congress. This Commission, in liaison with the Federal Secretariat, is in charge of preparing the Congress and must in particular draft a Congress organizational motion, which will be submitted to the Federal Coordination no later than 6 months before the date of the Congress.

The organizational motion of the Congress specifies the date, place and general organization of the Congress. This motion should contain a proposed agenda setting out the topics to be dealt with by the Congress, as well as a calendar of preparations for the Congress showing the deadlines. The proposed agenda should include a non-mixed meeting time.

When validated in federal coordination, the organizational motion of the Congress may be modified. The organization or part of the organization may request that a specific subject be included in the organization of the congress. This proposed amendment must be extended to the entire organization on the same basis as a Federal proposal. However, it can relate to a theme that does not need a motion written to be valid. In case of validation by all the groups, this proposal must be included in the congress planning by the commission. A review of this time can be written at its conclusion at the congress.

As part of this organizational motion, the Federal Coordination may mandate editors to draft the texts to be submitted to the Congress. In the event that the Federal Coordination does not mandate editors, a text on the agenda adopted by the Federal Coordination may be submitted by a Local Group, the Federal Secretariat, a Commission or at least 5 members of the Federal Coordination. the organization.

The texts on the agenda adopted by the Federal Coordination must be submitted no later than 10 weeks before the date of the Congress. These texts appear progressively in preparatory notebooks of the Congress. Amendments and counter-texts must be tabled no later than 6 weeks before the date of the Congress.

To be admissible, amendments or counter-texts must be signed by a Local Group, a Commission or at least 5 members of the organization. The Preparatory Committee of the Congress collects all the amendments and determines which ones it proposes to integrate automatically (common sense amendments, enrichments, etc.), which it proposes to reject automatically (excluding subject, superfluous, etc. .), which she proposes to put to the vote because they represent a real cleavage on the merits.

The Congress Preparatory Committee presents its proposals to a special session of the Federal Coordination. This Federal Coordination Extraordinaire validates or modifies proposals of the Commission of preparation of the Congress and adopts a notebook of preparation of Congresses summarizing the integrated amendments, the amendments to debate in Congress, the rejected amendments.

All amendments, texts and motions to be discussed are included in a final Congress booklet, which is sent to all members of the organization at least 1 month before the date of the Congress. In this final Congress booklet also appear the names of the members proposing to be referents of Commission or to participate in the Federal Secretariat.

1.2) Procedure

The Congress brings together delegates from the Groups of the organization and their liaisons. The expected number of delegates for a Local Group is 2 delegates plus 1 delegate per 5 members of the Local Group beyond the 5-member floor. Local Groups strive to ensure the diversity of their delegation. In the event of a vote, the Local Group may express a number of terms equal to a maximum of 3 times the number of delegates present and no more than the expected number of delegates. The Local Group, through its delegates, is free to distribute its mandates among the different voting options.

Number of members in the Local Group 3 to 5 6 to 10 11 to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30
Number of delegates expected 2 3 4 5 6 7
Number of delegates minimum to have all his mandates 1 1 2 2 2 3
Commission referents, as well as members of the Federal Secretariat and the members of the Congress Preparatory Committee, participate by right in the Congress, but do not have the right to vote as such.

The Local Group delegates carry the mandates of all the members up to date of contribution. The Treasury Commission is responsible for controlling the mandates. During the Congress, debates on texts and amendments, voting times and, as far as possible, non-decision-making exchanges are organized. At least one non-mixed meeting is organized during the Congress.

During debate time, a turn-around with a triple list of registrants is put in place to give priority, on the one hand, to the delegates of groups who have not yet been cast and, on the other hand, on the other hand, to women.

1.3) Extraordinary Congress

An Extraordinary Congress may be convened by a Federal Coordination.

The Extraordinary Congress is prepared by the Federal Secretariat assisted, as far as possible, by a Congress Preparatory Commission.

The organizational motion of the Congress specifies the date, place and general organization of the Extraordinary Congress. It must be submitted to the Federal Coordination no later than 2 months before the date of the Extraordinary Congress.

The texts appearing on the agenda of the Extraordinary Congress must reach all the members of the organization no later than one month before the beginning of the Congress.

2) The Federal Coordinations
2.1) Preparation

The Federal Coordination meets at least 3 times a year. The Federal Secretariat sets the date of the Federal Coordination at least 2 months in advance and prepares an agenda proposal according to the requests of the Local Groups and news.

A first preparatory workbook of Federal Coordination is sent to the members of the organization at least 1 month in advance to allow the Local Groups to prepare the debates. In this first preparatory workbook, there is the proposal of the agenda and the texts on which the Local Groups are called upon, whether these texts are put to the vote or simply submitted to the debate. It also includes a report from each Operating Committee and the activity report of the Intervention Commissions which will be dealt with in the agenda.

A text may be filed by the Federal Secretariat, a Commission, a Local Group or by at least 5 members of the organization. These texts must reach the Federal Secretariat at least 5 weeks in advance.

A Commission, a Local Group or at least 5 members of the organization may table amendments to the texts in the first preparatory workbook. These amendments must reach the Federal Secretariat at least 20 days before the Federal Coordination.

A second preparatory workbook is sent to the members of the organization at least 2 weeks in advance. This second preparatory workbook contains the proposal for the agenda, which has been timed and possibly amended, as well as the amendments tabled on the texts.

2.2) Procedure

The Federal Coordination brings together delegates from the groups of the organization and their liaisons, 2 of whom are delegated by Local Group. Local Groups strive to ensure the diversity of their delegation. These delegates carry a number of mandates determined according to the size of the Local Group.

In the event of a vote, the Local Group may express all its mandates. The Local Group, through its delegates, is free to distribute its mandates among the different voting options.

Number of members in the Local Group 3 to 10 11 to 20 21 to 30 31 to 40
Number of mandates 2 3 4 5
The referents of the Commissions as well as the members of the Federal Secretariat participate, but do not have the right to vote as such, in the Federal Coordinations.

The delegates of the Local Groups carry the mandates of all the members to date of contribution. The Treasury Commission is responsible for controlling the mandates. During debating times, a speaking round with a triple list of registrants is set up to give priority to, on the one hand, the delegates of Local Groups who are not yet voiced. on the other hand, to women.

The Federal Coordinations are co-facilitated by a member of the Federal Secretariat and a Local Group delegate.

As far as possible, a training time, a time for non-decisional exchanges as well as meeting times for Commissions are contigated with the Federal Coordination.

If new positions are drawn up during a Federal Coordination, a provisional vote can be organized. Delegates then vote according to the sensitivities expressed in their Local Group. The General Assemblies of Local Groups may, within 15 days, modify the votes of their delegates so that the position of each and everyone can be represented in the collective decision. After this period of 15 days, the decision of Federal Coordination is enforceable. To give visibility to the overall state of the delegates' positions during a discussion, an indicative vote may be held under the same conditions as a decision-making vote, but without the result of the vote becoming enforceable. The Federal Coordination promotes consensus decision-making: when delegates' statements on an agenda item go in the same direction, it is requested, before voting, whether delegates are in favor of the position being adopted by consensus , without a vote. If the consensus proposal does not agree, a vote is taken.

A report will have to be sent to the whole organization in the week following the Federal Coordination.

2.3) Extraordinary Federal Coordination

An Extraordinary Federal Coordination can be convened by the Federal Secretariat.

The texts appearing on the agenda of the Federal Coordination Extraordinaire must reach all the members of the organization at the latest 2 weeks before the date of this one.

3) Modalities for the revision of the Rules of Procedure
These Rules of Procedure can be changed in the Federal Coordination or Congress. Any proposal for modification must receive 2/3 of the expressed mandates, rounded to the superior in Federal Coordination or in Congress to be adopted.

https://www.unioncommunistelibertaire.org/?Reglement-interieur-de-l-Union-Communiste-Libertaire
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