National Constitutional Committee Ballot
A number of rule changes will be debated this morning. Momentum has positions on the following rule changes:
Card vote 10. Membership of other parties, Broxtowe: CHAPTER 2 Clause I, Section 4.B Page 10
Support. This rule change would clarify the currently flawed rule that potentially rules large numbers of party members ineligible for membership simply for being members of campaign
Card vote 13. Annual Conference standing orders, Islington North and South Derbyshire: CHAPTER 3 Clause III, Section 1 Procedural Rules for Conference Page 15
Support. This rule change will provide greater clarity, transparency, and accountability to Conference proceedings, ensuring that the rights of delegates are upheld in accordance with party rules.
Card vote 14. Constitutional amendments, Blackley and Broughton, Burnley, Filton
Support. This rule change is essential to allowing party members to
Card vote 17. Abolition of registered supporter status, Kingswood: CHAPTER 4 Clause II, Section C. vi Voting – Registered Supporters Page 19
Oppose if not remitted. This rule change will limit the ability of the party to reach out to a wider section of the population and encourage them
Card vote 23. Creation of Local Government Committees, City of Durham: CHAPTER 12 Clause I and IV Rules for Local Campaign Forums Page 52
Support if not remitted. This rule change would improve accountability in local government.
Today, Conference will debate composite motions covering Brexit, Palestine, and Justice for the Windrush Generation. Momentum supports all composites.