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General Assembly

The General Assembly is composed of all members of the Union. The General Assembly must sit at least (2) times a year. Notice of the sitting accompanied by an agenda and all related documents must be sent to all members at least seven (7) working days before the set date.

 

Duties of the General Assembly

The Union is administered by the Executive Committee under the direction of the General Assembly. In particular, the duties of the General Assembly are as follows:
(a) to ratify all appointees;
(b) to ratify negotiations pertaining to any working contract, local ententes or agreements;
(c) to adopt the provisions of the budget and financial statements;
(d) to form ad hoc or standing committees judged to be useful to the well-being of the Union;
(e) to modify and to amend the Constitution;
(f) to form a Finance Committee to review and verify Union financial records;
(g) authorize any expense of one thousand dollars ($1,000) or more, above and beyond the approved operating budget.

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