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Legislation IPM 2010 Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

PROCEDUAL Italy Tunisia

That the legislation session for IPM Tunisia 2010 be opened. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

PROCEDUAL Tunisia Italy

That Jeanne Du Plessis is the chair for this legislation session. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

PROCEDUAL Tunisia Italy

That Jessica Erhart is the secretary for this legislation session. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

PROCEDUAL Tunisia Italy

That the Internal Auditor, Official Extensions, Expansion Initiatives and Research Initiatives be granted speaking rights for the duration of this legislative session. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

0 France Norway

That AI is mandated to establish the “Booyah Awesomeness Random Subcommittee� to support the development and growth of the organisation. MEETINGS AND BIDS Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

1 France Austria

That AIESEC in Hungary be mandated to host IPM 2012. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

2 Austria Switzerland

That AIESEC in Italy be discharged from their mandate to host IPM 2009. Motion

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Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

Austria Switzerland

That AIESEC in Brazil be mandated to present an external audit of IC 2008 by IC 2010. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

4 Norway Finland

That section 6.11.4 be added to the compendium: 6.11.4 There should always be the option to pay the delegate fees via bank transfer. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

5 Finland Austria

That the Sections General and Budget Income and Expenditure in Supporting Document E_International Meeting guidelines shall be amended to read: E_International Meeting guidelines General - No observers shall be allowed to attend ILMs unless approved by AI in consultation with the ILM OC. - The delegate fee must be paid not later than the third day of the ILM. An MC failing to pay has to be reported to AI, which has to decide on appropriate action. - Any fundraising done for ILMs by AI from whatever source or generated directly from AI’s direct partners shall be done according to standard partnership. If this revenue relates to agenda items, including all visuals being used during the agenda sessions, and distribution of promotional materials from Global Partners, AI will retain the revenue. If this revenue relates to CC product portfolio, a revenue share will follow the Global ER Principles (according to International Compendium Supporting Documents H_Global ER Principles) and can be negotiated case by case between CC and AI.. - At every ILM, AI will disclose to the Global Plenary an updated list of all contracts, memorandums of understanding and agreements signed by AI, which are valid at that point in time. As a minimum this list should contain the names of the signing parties, nature of the agreement, the length of the contract and the countries involved. - That the Finance, Legislation, Membership and Meetings and Bids subcommittees must meet before the beginning of every ILM in order to ensure they have time to work on each of the areas, in order to disseminate the information to the Global Plenary in time for legislation. Budget Income and Expenditure [IC/IPM] 2XXX INCOME Delegates Fee Cash Sponsorship In-kind Sponsorship Merchandising Total Income EXPENSES Delegate Accommodation Expenses Delegate Accommodation Delegate Meals Delegate Transportation Total Delegate Accommodation Expenses AIESEC International Expenses Travel Expenses: AI Chairs Secretary Freight Pre-accommodation


Pre-meals Conference Accommodation Conference Meals Transportation Quality Transportation - Senior guests (single car / 1 driver) - Non-senior guests External Guest Expenses - Speakers - Non-partners Total AIESEC International Expenses Venue Expenses Morning/Afternoon Tea Venue Hire Party Decorations Party Beverages Training Requirements Total Venue Expenses Organizing Committee Conference Expenses Accommodation Meals Transportation Total Organizing Committee Expenses Opening Event Expenses Invitations Venue Meals Beverages Decorations Total Opening Event Expenses Administration Expenses Postage Telephone Pens Paper Markers Transparencies General Stationery Registration Publications Freight Sound System Computers Printers Fax Printer Cartridges/Toner Photocopiers Photocopier Toner Slide Projectors/Screens Flipcharts Overhead Projectors Paper First Aid Name Tags Mobile Phones Walkie Talkies Computer Disks Merchandising External Marketing Internal Marketing Total Administration Expenses Post Congress Expenses Congress Report Mailing Partners’ Materials Shipping Expenses


Output Materials Total Post Congress Expenses Total Expenses Contingency Expense (10%) Net Profit(Loss)

INTERNAL AUDIT Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

6 Norway Finland

That once formed, the Legal & Governance Subcommittee works on a review proposal of the internal auditor processes together with the SG and internal auditors. The proposal should include the exact role of the internal audit, scope and methodology of audit, candidate profile and selection and means of communication and reporting to other bodies. The subcommittee should submit the proposal to global plenary latest two weeks before May virtual legislation. A discussion and forum for clarifications shall be opened till virtual legislation date. The timeline for the process should be as follows: The new proposal is put to vote in May virtual legislation. Application for internal auditor is open until 10th of June. The application is closed and candidates announced until 1st of July. The subcommittee provides input and recommendation to the plenary until 11th of July. The virtual voting process is opened until 11 of July. The internal auditor is selected latest until 15 of July. Until 1st of April the subcommittee should report to the global plenary on the progress on the situation and the next steps. Explanation: The role of the internal auditor is currently so broad that the internal auditors decide among themselves the focus of the internal audit with no system to guarantee that they will focus on what the global plenary thinks is most important. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

7 Norway Finland

To postpone the election of the internal auditor by latest 15 th July 2010. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Mandate Reads:

8 Norway Finland

That the current internal auditor, Rene Ritchter, is mandated to continue in his role as internal auditor until the end of IC 2010.


Explanation: Since the role of the internal auditor will be reviewed, it would make little sense to elect a new internal auditor that would have a different role of what he/she applied to. It also ensures that Rene and Ivo can ensure that their inputs are taken into account based on their experience and that transition is realized to the next internal auditor. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

9 Sweden Hungary

That AIESEC International be mandated to review IXQPS and propose a clear minimum standard for exchange delivery and the roles and responsibilities of the needed bodies to ensure proper quality control for these standards (such as XQB), by IC 2010. Explanation: As per internal auditors report – setting of clear minimum standards for what defines exchange delivery in order to make sure that expectations are clear across the network as well as update the role of the XQB to ensure that these minimum standards have a clear review process. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

10 Sweden Colombia

That AIESEC International be mandated to create and implement a process to be able to store the quarterly information on the active membership from MyAIESEC.net, to be used for the Service Fee calculations, by the 31st March 2010. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

11 Sweden Hungary

That the Brand Protection Subcommittee be mandated to create a new process of trademark registration which will mitigate risks associated with managing our trademark by IC 2010. Explanation: As per internal auditor’s report.

Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

12 Romania Russia

That AIESEC International be mandated to update the Global Plenary on the legal employment and residence status of all AI members, by IC 2010 Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

13 Romania Sweden

That AIESEC International be mandated to establish a regular (quarterly/biannual) maintenance schedule of MyAIESEC.net that should ensure file cleaning, by IPM 2011.


Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

14 Sweden Hungary

That the Legislation Subcommittee be mandated to review and propose updates to all virtual governance procedures including virtual legislation (deadlines, standing orders, voting, data security & privacy) and virtual selection by May 2010. Explanation: As per internal auditor’s report. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

15 Sweden Colombia

That the Finance Subcommittee and the AI VP Finance be mandated to establish an analysis and reporting tool for the financial capacity and state of the Global Plenary, including measure such as revenues per exchange, by IPM 2011. Explanation: As we are growing as an organization, we have a general assumption that our financial capacity also has grown. We have found that our knowledge of the financial capacity of the network is fairly low since there are very superficial procedures established for financial business intelligence and reporting (SOGA). It is recommended that we establish a tool that the Global Plenary can use to analyze and report on financial state & capacity. FINANCE AND BUDGET Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

16 Sweden Colombia

That the following budget for AIESEC International for the year 2010-2011 be used: Human Resources €490,407.00 Information Systems €304,554.72 Office Costs €62,463.77 Printing Costs €3,550.00 Travel Costs €65,850.00 Conferences €28,890.00 Governance Costs €8,780.00 Transition and team €38,830.00 Finance and administration €25,870.00 Legal costs €5,250.00 Other expenses €26,550.00

Explanation: As was presented by the finance subcommittee. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by:

17 Sweden Colombia


Motion Reads: That for the year 2010-2011, the following figures will be used: • • • • • • • •

The Total Fees (S+A) payable globally is 541,107.70 EUR The Total Service Fees (S) payable globally is 242,037 EUR. The Total Affiliation Fees (A) payable globally is 299,070 EUR. The number of countries/territories (C) to be used in the calculations is 91. The number of exchanges realised (X) to be used in the calculations is 16836. The number of LCs (L) to be used in the calculations is the amount of LCs determined latest on the 15 th of March, as submitted by the countries with the deadline on 5th march. The number of individual members (I) to be used in the calculations shall be, per country/territory, the amount of unique, active members registered on myAIESEC.net as Taking Responsibility, Leadership Role, Exchange or Heading for the Future roles, between 1st April 2010 and 1st July 2010. The GDP-PPP shall be taken from the World Bank report published in July 2010.

Explanation: As was presented by the finance subcommittee. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

18 Slovakia

That for the year 2010-2011: •

The starting balance on 1st June 2010 for the Meetings Travel Fund will be 14,000 EUR. The difference between the balance on 31st May 2010 and this starting balance shall be charged to Members as per the Global Service Fee allocation model in Supporting Document A. The MTF for 2010/2011 shall be for a maximum of 4 meetings with a maximum subsidy of EUR 3500 per meeting, of which 2 are for Steering Team meetings and 2 are at the discretion of AIESEC International. The maximum travel cost subsidy per participant in 2010/2011 will be 80%.

Explanation: As was presented by the finance subcommittee. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

19 Slovakia

That for the year 2010-2011: •

Members will contribute 17,850 EUR to the Global Information System Fund. The contribution is to be split according to the Global Service Fee allocation model in Supporting Document A.

Explanation: As was presented by the finance subcommittee. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by:

20 Slovakia


Motion Reads: That for the year 2010-2011: •

The starting balance on 1st June 2010 for the International Trademark Management Fund will be 16,000 EUR. The difference between the balance on 1st May 2010 and this starting balance shall be charged to Members as per the Global Service Fee allocation model in Supporting Document A.

Explanation: As was presented by the finance subcommittee. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

21 Slovakia Belgium

That section 3.7, 3.1.2.(4) and 3.7.1.(1) of compendium to be amended to read: 3.7. Development Fund Basic information

Name of fund Purpose

DEVELOPMENT FUND A fund held by AIESEC International to support the growth and developments of regional and cluster initiatives Annual contribution from Members Alumni donations: Alumni will be able to receive information and contribute to the Fund as well directly

Income streams

Individual Member support: AIESEC Countries, interested to the overall purpose of the Fund, will have the ability to contribute financially to that fund

Money AIESEC International: AIESEC International and its Management team would potentially contribute financially to the Fund. Examples of usage

Authorisation

Reporting

What is the upper limit for the fund? What is the minimum level for the fund? Who decides what is spent? Who decides what is added? What is reported on? Who is reported to? How often is the fund reported on?

Exchange project, CEED projects, country leverage initiatives 25,000 EUR 0 (at the end of the financial year) AI team with recommendation of Finance Subcommittee Global Plenary Income and expenditure Global Plenary Each ILM

3.1.2.(4) “Development Fund” 3.7.1.(1) Any group of countries represented by a member can apply for this fund. Member applying on behalf of the group of countries shall be contracted by the Member Service Agreement as outlined in Supporting Document W of International Compendium. This motion is taking effect as by 1st of July 2010.


Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

22 Slovakia Belgium

That for 2010/2011 the starting balance on 1st June 2010 for the Development Fund will be 20,000 EUR. The difference between the balance on 31st May 2010 and this starting balance shall be charged to Members as per the Global Service Fee allocation model in Supporting Document A.

Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

23 Sweden India

That AIESEC International will not accept any contribution in the term 2010-2011 to the GN funds that would bring the balance above 0 EUR. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

24 Sweden Czech Republic

That the members contribute 7,500 Euro for upgrading the partnership menu on MyAIESEC.net. AI is to pay the vendor upon invoice and the members will contribute in the 2010-2011 financial year with the costs to be split according to the member fee model. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

25 Sweden Belgium

That section 3.4 be added to the compendium: 3.4 Member Service Agreements 3.4.1 Member Service Agreements are agreements relating to services delivered by one member but financially supported by two or more members 3.4.2 All current Member Service Agreements are to be listed in supporting document “W. Member Service Agreements” 3.4.3 Members wanting to include new Member Service Agreements in the supporting document W shall be handing in their member service agreement to the Legislation Subcommittee 3.4.4 For a Member Service Agreement to be accepted it needs to: 3.4.4.1 Be mutually agreed upon by all countries involved 3.4.4.2 Not conflict with any other agreement in place 3.4.5 Any arbitration or conflict resolution relating to Member Service Agreements will be managed by AIESEC International with input given from the Legal and Governance Subcommittee If motion 48 isn’t carried, input for arbitration or conflict resolution shall be given by the legislation subcommittee. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by:

26 Sweden Belgium


Motion Reads: That the relevant section of supporting document A Financial Models be changed to read: Number of active members in my country or territory Per country/territory active members made up of: • Users in I2A, TR, LR, H4TF stage, having logged in at least once since past 3 months • Users in Exchange stage and who have logged in at least once since past 3 months • Users in Exchange stage and on ‘realized’ status where the TN finishing date has not yet passed. • Users in Exchange stage and on ‘matched’ status Explanation This is aligning the model in the compendium to the current practice of which members are counted as ‘active’ in the system. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

27 Sweden Belgium

That section 3.4.2 of the compendium be amended to read: 3.4.2. Adjustment of fees for changes in number of LCs 3.4.2.1. Changes in a Member’s list of LCs, can only be made through the survey released by AIESEC International with a 31st of January and 31st of July deadline. The affiliation fees of members will be calculated based on the number of LC`s defined on the 31st of January. 3.4.2.2. If a Member opens additional LCs before 31st of July they will: 3.4.2.2.1. Pay an additional amount equivalent to half of the “price per LC” for the number of LCs opened. This fee will be contributed to the GIS Fund, and earmarked as an opening balance for the GIS Global Service fee for the following year’s fees. 3.4.2.2.2. If a Member closes LCs at IC, no change will be made to the annual Member fees previously calculated and legislated at IPM. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

28 Sweden Hungary

That section 3.12.2 of the compendium be amended to read: 3.12.2. The role of the Finance Subcommittee is to: (1) review and provide recommendations to the Global Plenary on issues related to the finances of AIESEC International and global network. (2) review and provide recommendations to the Global Plenary on the AIESEC International budget, member contributions to the budget and global funds (3) ensure that the global plenary has access to proper financial reporting of AIESEC International (4) to track and report to global plenary on debts from members to AIESEC International and debts in between members Explanation: Current wording: 3.12.2. The role of the Finance subcommittee is to review and provide recommendations to the Global Plenary on financial issues related to the finances of AIESEC International and globally. There has been a perceived need to create clarity in the role of the finance subcommittee and to ensure that the global plenary knows the role of the subcommittee. Motion

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Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

Finland Norway

That the Finance Subcommittee be mandated to review the TCS fee calculation, exploring the possibility and implications of weighting of the internal factor of the country reality higher than the weighting of the GDPPPP, and to propose a revised TCS fee calculation model by IC 2010. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

30 Norway Finland

That the Finance Subcommittee be mandated to develop a system by which TCS can be paid via bank transfer and be distributed in cash by IC 2010. Mandate Proposed by: Seconded by: Mandate Reads:

31 Lithuania Netherlands

That the Finance Subcommittee be mandated to review the definition of an “unqualified external audit” and provide a clear explanation of this term by IC 2010. MEMBERSHIP Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

32 AUTOMATIC MOTION

That AIESEC in Botswana be disbanded Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

33 AUTOMATIC MOTION

That AIESEC in the Dominican Republic be disbanded Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

34 AUTOMATIC MOTION

That AIESEC in El Salvador be disbanded Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

35 AUTOMATIC MOTION

That AIESEC in Iceland be disbanded Motion Proposed by:

36 AUTOMATIC MOTION


Seconded by: Motion Reads: That AIESEC in Malta be disbanded Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

37 Sweden Belgium

To add section 2.3.5.5 to the compendium: “To have settled or agreed on payment plans for any debt held towards other members” Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

38 Romania Sweden

That AIESEC in Romania be mandated to be the partner country of the Official Extension of AIESEC to Ireland. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

39 Lithuania I.R. Iran

That section 2.7.1 of the compendium be amended to read: 2.7.1. A Member in war status is not required to fulfill membership criteria and is not permitted to perform Exchange activities. Explanation: Current Wording 2.7.1. A Member in war status is not required to fulfill membership criteria. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

40 Lithuania I.R. Iran

That section 2.7.5 be added to the compendium 2.7.5 If a Member’s war status is removed, the Member automatically becomes an Official Extension. A partner country needs to be found by the next ILM. In the event a partner country is not found by the next ILM, the Membership Subcommittee shall make a report on the situation of this country to the global plenary. The Global Plenary will make the final decision. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by:

41 Lithuania I.R. Iran


Motion Reads: That section 5.5 be added to the compendium 5.5 If an Expansion Initiative feasibility study is not approved within one year, there will be automatic motion to disband the Expansion Initiative. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

42 Lithuania I.R. Iran

That sections 7.5 and 7.6 be added to the compendium 7.5 If an Official Extension does not fulfill Membership Criteria within two years of being granted Official Extension status, the Membership Subcommittee shall make a report on the situation of this country to the global plenary. 7.6 If an Official Extension fails to fulfill Membership Criteria by three years, there will an automatic motion to disband the Official Extension. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

43 Lithuania I.R. Iran

That section 8.1 of the compendium be amended to read: 8.1. To become a Member, an official extension shall fulfill the criteria stated below within a two-year period. If this happens, the Official Extension will automatically become a Full Member on 1 st February. Explanation: Current Wording: 8.1. To become a Member, an official extension shall fulfill the criteria stated below for two years in succession. If this happens, the Official Extension will automatically become a Full Member on 1st February. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

44 Lithuania I.R. Iran

That section 2.6.2.2 of the compendium be amended to read: 2.6.2.2 If a Member in Alert fails to regain full membership requirements within three years of Member in Alert status, there will be an automatic motion to disband the Member. Explanation: Current Wording:

Motion Proposed by: Seconded by:

45 Lithuania I.R Iran


Motion Reads: That sections 2.4.2 and 2.4.3 of the compendium be amended to read: 2.4.2. Applications for AIESEC membership shall be accepted at any ILM and be in accordance with the procedure outlined in Supporting Document S_Membership application process. 2.4.3. Applications for research initiative, expansion initiative and official extension shall be accepted at any ILM and be in accordance with the procedure outlined in Supporting Document S_Membership application process. Explanation: Current Wording: 2.4.2. Applications for AIESEC membership shall be accepted at any ILM and be in accordance with the procedure outlined in Appendix 4. 2.4.3. Applications for research initiative, expansion initiative and official extension shall be accepted at any ILM and be in accordance with the procedure outlined in Appendix 4. Mandate Proposed by: Seconded by: Mandate Reads:

46 Lithuania Netherlands

That the Finance Subcommittee be mandated to review the period of audit which is excepted as membership criteria and present a proposal to the global plenary by IC 2010. Mandate Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

47 Lithuania I.R. Iran

That the Membership Subcommittee be mandated to review the partner country accountability system towards Research Initiatives, Expansion Initiatives and Official Extensions and present a proposal by IC 2010. GENERAL MOTIONS AND MANDATES Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

48 Sweden Hungary

That section 5.6.1 and 5.6.2 be added to the compendium. Legal & Governance Subcommittee 5.6.1. AIESEC International shall select a Legal & Governance Subcommittee latest at IC each year for the term of 1st August to 31st of July, with the following representation: (1) One AIESEC International member (2) Member committee presidents, with representation from each GN. (3) A chair, selected from the member committee presidents 5.6.2 The role of the Legal & Governance Subcommittee is to: (1) review and provide recommendations to the Global Plenary on legal issues related to AIESEC International and the global network (2) ensure that Global Plenary has access to legal advice, sought by AIESEC International on behalf of the association, when required (3) review and provide recommendations to the Global Plenary on the process of Internal Audit as well as provide input to the Global Plenary on Internal Auditor selection


Explanation: As we are moving to a more integrated model of operations in AIESEC we are becoming more and more liable to legal risks in our interaction as a global plenary. Furthermore several legal risks in terms of the operations of AIESEC International have been exposed in the last few years – such as those surrounding employment conditions and so forth. As an answer to this we propose to create a subcommittee that can specifically be dealing in these issues as well as ensure that the Global Plenary has access to and gets legal advice when necessary in order to take proper decisions in legal matters. This is also a preparation for working with a more decentralized cluster approach where countries are delivering services to each other meaning that there is an increased accountability and commitment to each other. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

49 Sweden Hungary

That AIESEC International be mandated to form the Legal and Governance Subcommittee, latest one month after IPM 2010 consisting of 50% 2009-2010 MCPs and 50% 2010-2011 MCPs in order to: (1) ensure proper transition of legal discussions in Global Plenary (2) to manage the review of the Internal Audit process. (3) to review the employment & residence status of AI members Explanation: As there are already now several important issues up for discussion we suggest that the legal subcommittee should be formed immediately after IPM In order to continue these discussions and ensure that they are managed properly before IC 2010. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

50 Spain Switzerland

That AI is mandated to present a list of operational processes which would be possible to outsource and their financial implications, by IC 2010. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

51 Sweden Hungary

That AI and the Steering Team be mandated to develop or improve the existing business intelligence tools for tracking organisational performance and health in order to generate and export consistent and timely data from MyAIESEC.net by IPM 2011 Explanation: As per internal auditor’s report, this is to review how we can ensure both simple generation of accurate data but also to export it. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

52 Austria Switzerland

That the Legislation Subcommittee be mandated to review all motions and mandates within Supporting Document Q to either, remove obsolete mandates or amend them to be more specific and include an “if not executed/delivered the following will apply” clause by IC 2010.


Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

53 Singapore Portugal

That the directors for Stichting AIESEC IP Licensing be: Cheryl Chen Sergio Schuler Eva Henriques Daudo Vali Petra Navratilova Victor Bou For the period 1st March 2010 until 31st August 2010. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

PROCEDUAL Tunisia Italy

That Jessica Erhart be discharged as the secretary for this legislation session. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

PROCEDUAL Tunisia Italy

That Jeanne Du Plessis be discharged as the chair for this legislation session. Motion Proposed by: Seconded by: Motion Reads:

PROCEDUAL Italy Tunisia

That the legislation session for IPM Tunisia 2010 be closed.

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