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Do NOT Postpone the November 2013 BC NDP Policy Convention

119 Signatures Goal: 1,000

For NDP members - past and present There is a very strong and persistent rumour circulating that an attempt will be made by some, in the next while, and likely at a Saturday, Sept. 28 telephone meeting of the constituency Presidents, to postpone the November 2013 BC NDP Policy Convention. Let this petition serve as notice, to any and all, that the undersigned - past and present BC NDP members - INSIST that all efforts such as this, immediately cease and desist. We believe that this Policy Convention must go forward exactly as planned, and as required by the constitution of the BC NDP. 10.02 Convention shall be held at least every two years when in opposition, but every year when the Party is in government. 19.01 Amendments to this Constitution shall be dealt with as resolutions submitted under Sections 10.05, 10.06 and 10.07 of this Constitution, and shall require a two-thirds majority of delegates present and voting to pass. 13.16 Election of Provincial Executive shall be for a term of two years. Last BC NDP Policy Convention date: December 2011 Please sign and share widely amongst BC NDP members who want renewal in the NDP.

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