Galati; Danube Trade Syndicate Meeting
"Well" Dragos Doucestu began "it appears the majority's sentiment tends away from Domn von Cilli's first suggestion, but in favor of adding a clause to the charter to allow for the chairman's removal in cases of true need. If the Holy Roman Emperor, in his capacity as Count of Austria, has no objections this clause may be added. How does this language read?
If the Syndicate determines the current holder of the office of Chairman to be ill-suited for the task, detrimental to the interests of the organization as a whole, or for any other reason it sees fit, it may remove the Chairman of the organization from his post at any time and hold immediate elections for a replacement. In order for a motion to remove the Chairman to pass, it must receive the votes of every member of the Syndicate with the exception of the Chairman himself.
With that matter more or less settled, shall we move on to the voting for the first Chairman? Or were there any other issues anyone cared to bring to the table? Any suggestions or revisions to the language in the clause to be added?"