Changes to the ASPERA Constitution

At the 2017 ASPERA Annual General Meeting members voted on some changes to the Association’s constitution.

These changes were to:

  • Increase the terms of office for the Executive Committee to two years (although anyone can resign at any time if needed).
  • Reduce the number of designated officer holders of the committee to four (President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary).
  • Change the requirement that the Vice President succeed the President, and instead require that the President be a member who has served on the Committee for at least one year in the previous five.
  • Allow members to attend Executive Meetings and General Meetings “virtually” without forfeiting any voting rights.
  • Tidy up a number of minor errors.

The Meeting accepted the changes and so we now have an updated constitution.

You can see the updated constitution on the website at

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