Establishment of a Procedure for Introducing Proposals Before the Representative Assembly.
Proposals, to include resolutions, internal policies, and referenda, must be submitted to the Agenda Setter [Head Representative or their designee] at least seven days in advance of a scheduled meeting of the Representative Assembly in order to be included on the agenda.
Proposals may be introduced into the agenda by the following methods:
- Proposals may be introduced by a Co-Chair or the Head Representative without further sponsorship.
- Proposals may be introduced by a recognized Working Group or Committee without further sponsorship, provided that the legislation is pertinent to the Working Group or Committee’s charge, as judged by the Head Representative.
- Proposals may be introduced to the Body by the sponsorship of three or more Representatives.
The agenda setter must publish the meeting agenda at least six days in advance of a scheduled meeting of the Representative Assembly.