Branches, electoral councils and affiliated unions have until 4th of April to submit motions to NSW Annual Conference.
Here are some motions your branch, electoral council or union might like to consider:
Rule C.1 (“…the Rules [do not] bring about any legal relationship, rights, duties or outcome of any kind…”) should be abolished and replaced with a rule that makes it expressly clear that any action or decision within the NSW ALP can be challenged in a court of law.
The Party to empower its members to vote directly for National Conference Delegates, National Executive Members, State Conference Delegates and State Administrative Committee Members.
The Party to empower its members to vote directly for the Senate and for the NSW Legislative Council.
Union delegates to conference to be directly elected by trade union members.
Union delegates to conference to be required to have been active branch members for at least 12 months.
Rule N.40 to be abolished and replaced with a rule that guarantees timely preselection for rank and file ballots.
That there should be no preselection waiting periods for members who have paid for their own membership through traceable means.
The first four motions above are taken from John Faulkner speeches. The next three have come from other branches