The Executive Committee. The chairman, deputy chairman and secretary of the union shall represent the union vis-à-vis the company and shall be termed ”the executive committee”. The union chairman, deputy chairman and secretary represent the union in respect of the company and are referred to as the executive committee. The union will decide on a case-by-case basis whether these are to represent the union individually, as two or collectively. If the chairman is absent the deputy chairman will take the chair, and if the deputy chairman is also absent, the secretary will chair the meeting. This does not limit the right of the local union to have several vice-chairmen and secretaries, for instance where this is desirable owing to the composition of its membership. In such cases the union’s choice of the three persons who are to constitute the executive committee may be determined by the matter being discussed.
The Executive Committee. 1. There is hereby established, as a subsidiary organ of the Commission, the Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee. (a) The day-to-day business of the CCA will be conducted, directed, and supervised by an Executive Committee consisting of five members of the Board of Directors. Until such time as the number of Members exceeds five, all members of the Board of Directors shall act as members of the Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall be comprised of three Managers, a Manager nominated by the Majority Preferred Stockholders, a Manager nominated by the Vestar V , and one appointed by Xx. Xxxxxxxx or the Majority Executives (as required by the Securityholders Agreement), each as nominated as set forth in Section 2.1(b)
The Executive Committee. The Officers of the Union, acting as the Union's Executive Committee, may conduct the business of the Council in the intervals between meetings of the Council. It is customary for the Executive Committee to meet mid-way between Council Meetings, such a meeting being either physical or electronic/virtual, and to consult by mail or e-mail as necessary on day-to-day matters. At least 4 of the 5 Officers should support any actions taken by the Executive Committee on behalf of the Council. If fewer Officers support proposed actions for which an urgent decision is required, the views of the full Council membership should be obtained in writing (or on-line) in which case at least 50% of the Council members should be in support of the proposed actions for the proposals to be put into effect. All decisions and activities of the Executive Committee shall be reported to the Council. Article XI
The Executive Committee. 1. There shall be an Executive Committee composed of seven Members of the Commission, elected by the Commission at each of its regular sessions. Members of the Executive Committee shall be eligible for re-election. The representative of each Member of the Executive Committee should preferably be a locust specialist. The Chairman of the Executive Committee shall be elected by the Commission from amongst the representative of Members of the Committee. He shall hold office until the next regular session of the Commission and shall be eligible for re-election.