Submitting Motions MU members can submit motions for committees to consider. Last updated: 03 August 2021 There are three methods of making a point to the relevant Union Committee. Rule VI of the Rules explains how a Motion can be submitted. 1. A Motion moved at a Regional AGM (normally held in September), if accepted, will be sent directly to the EC. The Motion will require a mover and a seconder and after debate will be put to a vote by the Chair. Should the Motion be adopted by the AGM it is sent, on behalf of all members in the Region, to the General Secretary for consideration by the EC. The result of the EC’s deliberations will be conveyed to the Regional Committee (RC) and members in that Region will be informed through its quarterly newsletter. 2. A Motion may be submitted for consideration by an RC if it is supported by at least five members of the Region, who must provide their names and membership numbers. If accepted by the RC, the Motion will be forwarded by the Regional Organiser to the General Secretary for the attention of the EC. The result of the EC’s deliberations will be reported to the original supporters via the RC. 3. A Motion may be submitted in writing directly to the EC if it is supported by at least 20 members, who must all provide their names and membership numbers. The Motion should be forwarded to the General Secretary, who will present it to the EC for its consideration. The results of the EC’s deliberations will be conveyed to all the supporters of the Motion. NB: Under Rule XII.2, Retired (free) members are not entitled to move, second or support Motions to the EC or RCs.