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Circular 10/21 Feedback on amendments to the RSL NSW Constitution

As a result of the online format of the 2020 RSL NSW Congress/AGM, which was implemented as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many motions presented to the Congress Agenda Committee were not able to be debated in the usual forum, including motions requesting amendments to the RSL NSW Constitution.

The motions and corrections to the RSL NSW Constitution, where the need for procedural or drafting clarification has been identified, are now being assessed by a Constitution Review Committee in preparation for the 2021 RSL NSW Congress/AGM in Newcastle.

As a valued member of RSL NSW, you are invited to provide feedback and comments to the motions presented and submit any procedural or drafting clarification by visiting this page of the RSL NSW website. Please follow the instructions on the page to submit your feedback and comments by 30 April 2021.

Please note, any substantive or significant proposal to amend the Constitution will need to be submitted as a motion to the 2021 Congress/AGM via your sub-Branch or District Council in accordance with Appendix C of the Constitution.

If you have any questions, please contact the RSL NSW Member Support Team on 1300 679 775.

 

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