|Chapter V - The Annual Congress and Special General Meetings|
The Annual Congress of the Liberal Party will take place in the month of April.
The Deputy Secretary – General shall inform all members of the date of the Annual Congress twenty one days (21) in advance of the date of the meeting.
Members shall inform the Secretary General or the Deputy Secretary General of all resolutions to be moved at the Annual Congress, fourteen days (14) in advance of the date of the meeting.
The Deputy Secretary General shall provide copies of resolutions to be debated at the Annual Congress and the names of all candidates seeking office and the respective offices sought at least seven days (07) in advance of the date of the Annual Congress.
The President shall preside over the Annual Congress and Special General Meetings. In his/her absence a Vice President and in the absence of a Vice President the Secretary General shall preside.
The President (or presiding officer) shall resolve all questions of procedure at the Annual Congress or at Specific General Meetings provided that an opportunity is given for the presentation of different points of view before the ruling is made.
A decision of procedure by the President (or Presiding Officer) may be challenged in writing by ten members. Such a challenge shall be resolved by a vote of the membership at a Special General Meeting. A person whose conduct is being questioned shall not preside over a meeting at which such conduct is being debated.
An emergency resolution may be taken up at the Congress if twenty members stand up in support of such resolution.
The Treasurer shall present an audited statement of accounts for the previous year accompanied by such comments on the finances of the party as may be deemed appropriate.
Members may direct questions to officers relative to the discharge of their official duties at the Annual Congress.
A Special General Meeting may be convened by the Secretary General, or the Deputy Secretary-General.
Twenty members by a written request to the President or the Secretary-General shall be entitled to summon a Special General Meeting.
The Deputy Secretary General shall notify the membership, by means of advertisements placed in two national newspapers at least five days before the date of such meeting, of a Special General Meeting.