Australian Blouza Association Incorporated Constitution Review
The current Governing Document (Constitution) is now over 30 years old.
Whilst this has served us well to date, amendments are now required for compliance & administrative purposes. At the same time, we need to ensure that our governing document will continue to serve the Association, and its members, well into the future.
A comprehensive review of the Constitution has been undertaken by the current committee.
The following Amendment Register outlines the changes made to the new model Constitution template compared to our existing 1993 document.
You are invited to attend an information session to get a better understanding of the Association and importantly, all the proposed new changes. This will be held on Saturday 30th of September 2023 from 2pm – 4pm at the Blouza Hall.
Following the 30th of September 2023 presentation, and based on feedback, the final draft Constitution 2023 will be published on this webpage.
A Special General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 1st of November 2023 to consider and pass a Special Resolution for the adoption of the new Constitution, in accordance with Clause 28 of the current “Statement of Objectives and Rules”:
28. A resolution of the Association is a special resolution if:
(a) it is passed by a two-thirds majority of those members of the Association as, being entitled under these rules of to do, vote in person or by proxy at a general meeting of which not less than 21 days written notice specifying the intention to propose the resolution was given in accordance with these rules PROVIDED that at least twenty-five (25) members are present at the said general meeting.
The Association belongs to all members. Please take the time to show your support and have your views heard.
Your feedback is welcome via our contact form or please contact the Association Treasurer, Joe B. Younis on 0425 324 150.