I'm half way through reading this years motions, kill me, kill me now!
On the odd occasion a Union propose something with potential, they seak in some absurd resolution, it's almost like they are baiting moderate Unions saying "you can have sensible views but only if you pander to our crazy ones".
Let me guess if we don't except this we're all right-wing fascists?
The current motions process favours short related topics which then get expanded on at the Amendments stage. Partly this is why some of the motions have multi-topics. Over half those motions will not be recogniseable come the drafting commission meeting which chops them all up with the amendments and produces the final motions document.
The proposed Zone Committees under the proposed governance changes will ease this considerably, but will each silver lining, I foresee at least one cloud attached.
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