> executive should have no reason to reject the recommendations of the JLP
> unless they (the recommendations, not the executive :-) are
> constitutionally invalid.
There's a good chance the JLP themselves are constitutionally invalid
right now.. but we can deal with that at the AGM.
> The executive has to be happy with our decision/recommendation in that
> it must be valid by my points above. If it meets the criteria and all of
> the executive absolutely hate it, then tough. They had their chance
> during the discussion to change everybodys' mind. Now they have to accept
> the wishes of the members.
This logic is flawed. The Executive are not involved in the discussion by
default. I can only assume you thought they were because Chris Fraser has
been on the JLP mailing list.
The executive, BTW, are the ones who bear the responsibility of
representing the society. If they [executive] don't like them [your
recommendations] I can't see why they shouldn't send them back.