The formal name of the organization is “Socialist Project”.
2. Political Orientation
The Socialist Project is committed to the analysis and principles contained in the Political Statement.
(a) Membership in the Socialist Project is based upon the following criteria:
(b) Membership is determined in Local Sections by a Membership Committee of the Local Section and as approved by the Local Section at its meetings.
(a) The highest decision-making body of the Socialist Project is the General Assembly, which will meet at least twice a year.
(b) The General Assembly determines the general organizational development and political orientation of the Socialist Project.
(c) Local Sections are the basic organizational units of the Socialist Project. Local Sections have autonomy to work out priorities and organization consistent with the framework established by the Assembly, through its plans.
(d) The Provincial Assembly will be coordinated by the Chairs and Liaisons elected by the Local Sections.
(e) Decisions will be taken by democratic vote on motions presented by members in regularly scheduled Sectional Meetings and General Assemblies.
5. Local Sections
(a) Local Sections should establish a Steering Committee, subject to election once a year, with the following responsibilities:
(b) Local Branches should hold meetings of members at least once a month.
(c) Local Branches will control finances, dues, and membership according to the resolutions passed by the General Assembly.
(d) Local Branches will determine political priorities and organizational development in work plans consistent with decisions of the General Assembly.
Local Sections of the Socialist Project are approved by decision of the Provincial Assembly.
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