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Minutes 04-18-13 (Joint Session)

Minutes 04-18-13 (Joint Session)

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Minutes from the joint session held last April 18, 2013.
Minutes from the joint session held last April 18, 2013.

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We are your sole autonomous student government. We voice out your concerns. We protect your welfare.We form the community. We are entrusted to lead and committed to serve.We are your SANGGUNIAN.
 A member of BUKLOD ATENISTA, the alliance of student governments of Jesuit tertiary education institutions in the Philippines.
Room 200, MVP Student Leadership Center, Ateneo de Manila University0916
750
6661 | sanggusecgen@gmail.com
JOINT SESSIONDate:
April 18, 2013
Venue:
MVP 217-218
Time:
4:30pm to 6:00pm
AGENDA (underlined = to be continued,
italics
= postponed/deferred):
1)
 
Privilege Speech by Dan Remo2)
 
CB Briefing3)
 
Ratification of CB CIP4)
 
School/CB Committee Appointments5)
 
Thrust Discussion6)
 
Unit Reports
7)
 
Privilege Speech by AJ Elicaño
8)
 
Reminders
ATTENDANCE (underlined = absent,
italics
= late/early departure):
1
Proxied by Matt Olivares.
2
Proxied by Josh Agpoon.
3
Proxied by Paul Sajulla.
4
Proxied by Leo Abot.
 
Daniel Antonio Remo
President
Ryan Carl Yu
Vice-President
 Antonio Rafael Elicaño
Secretary-General
Kristine Mae Andujare
Finance Officer
 Redentor John Dimla
1
 
SOH Chairperson
Matthew Daniel Olivares
 SOH Secretary-Treasurer
Jose Javier Poe IV
JGSOM Chairperson
Maria
 
Alexandra
 
Tanjangco
 JGSOM Secretary-Treasurer<vacant>4 SOSE Exec Officer<vacant>4 SOH CB Rep
 Alisandro Joshua Agpoon
4 JGSOM Exec Officer
 Larisse Jem Mondok
2
 
4 JGSOM CB Rep
 Mary Allyson Ty
3 SOSE Exec Officer
Jose Norberto Reyes
3 SOH CB Rep
 John Paul Racines
3 JGSOM Exec Officer
Luis Miguel De Jesus
3 JGSOM CB Rep<vacant>2 SOH Exec Officer<vacant>2 SOH CB Rep
 Jose Iñigo Acosta
2 JGSOM Exec Officer
Ray Cristofer Gomez
2 JGSOM CB Rep<vacant>SOSE Chairperson<vacant>SOSE Secretary-Treasurer<vacant>SOSS Chairperson<vacant>SOSS Secretary-Treasurer<vacant>4 SOSE Exec Officer<vacant>4 SOSE CB Rep<vacant>4 SOSS Exec Officer<vacant>4 SOSS CB Rep<vacant>3 SOSE Exec Officer<vacant>3 SOSE CB Rep<vacant>3 SOSS Exec Officer<vacant>3 SOSS CB Rep
Melisse Andreana Yutuc
2 SOSE Exec Officer
Pamela Anne Gaerlan
2 SOSE CB Rep<vacant>2 SOSS Exec Officer<vacant>2 SOSS CB Rep
Michaella Paula Aldea
COA President
 Von Vincent Cruz
3
 
ARSA President
Aldwin Maynard Dykimching
DSLD Chairperson
Rachel Mina
DSWS Chairperson
Cathrina Dumancas
DCR Chairperson
Jose Enrico Abesamis
DEA Chairperson
Paolo
 
Miguel 
 
De
 
Los
 
Reyes
DIA Chairperson
Samantha Hillary Co
DPR Chairperson
Kristoffer Tadeo Chua
DRS Chairperson
Kevin Thomas Sison
COMELEC Chief Commissioner
Roy Lambert Guerra
4
 
SJC Chief Magistrate
 
 
We are your sole autonomous student government. We voice out your concerns. We protect your welfare.We form the community. We are entrusted to lead and committed to serve.We are your SANGGUNIAN.
 A member of BUKLOD ATENISTA, the alliance of student governments of Jesuit tertiary education institutions in the Philippines.
Room 200, MVP Student Leadership Center, Ateneo de Manila University0916
750
6661 | sanggusecgen@gmail.com
OTHER ATTENDEES:Leo Abot
, SJC Internals Magistrate
Kyla Javellana
, OP Chief of Staff 
Izo Lopez
, OSG Chief of Staff 
Toby Tobias
, SOSE Freshman Night TF Head
Nikko Dela Paz
, OSG Secretariat Team
JB Bautista
, OSG Logistics Head
Louis De JesusGuio MartinezPaul Sajulla
, ARSA Secretary-General
Shaun Que
, OVP Chief of Staff 
Betty Caronoñgan
, OFO Chief of Staff 
Astrid Ocampo
, OP Special Assistant for the HoR
Misha Samonte
, OSG Knowledge Mgt Team
Dan Manglinong
, 4
th
Year BFA CW Course Rep
 Mawe DuqueNick Lucero
 
 
We are your sole autonomous student government. We voice out your concerns. We protect your welfare.We form the community. We are entrusted to lead and committed to serve.We are your SANGGUNIAN.
 A member of BUKLOD ATENISTA, the alliance of student governments of Jesuit tertiary education institutions in the Philippines.
Room 200, MVP Student Leadership Center, Ateneo de Manila University0916
750
6661 | sanggusecgen@gmail.com
MINUTES
 
Privilege Speech by Dan Remo
Remo: Year of many firsts. What we're going to be doing will be very difficult, need collaboration. WhatI'd like to impart is, whatever you bring into this meeting, come in here with an open mind and thewillingness to work. It will be difficult, structure is complicated, but we do this because we want to serve.Let's leave Sanggu better than we found it.
Briefing
Structure of the Central Board
o
 
Parliamentary procedure
 –
meant to keep order and be as efficient as possible
o
 
Start of every meeting
 
Call to order by the presider (usually the President)
 
National anthem (because we are Filipino and are nationalistic)
 
Prayer
 
Roll call by the Sec-Gen
 
Approval of agendaAgenda is usually published early.Gone through motions--plans of action, decisions, etc.
o
 
Motions
 
Motions to approve (agenda pts, any course of action the board will take)
 
Motion to suspend parliamentary procedure
 –
OSG does not record what goeson during suspended parpro
 
Motion to divide the house
 –
During voting on a particular stand. Call on everymember of the Central Board to vote. Records the vote of every CB member
 
Motion to caucus
 –
suspend recording of minutes, breaks the board into smallgroups to discuss
 
Motion to defer
 –
to delay the discussion either later on or to next meeting
 
Motion to adjourn
 –
at any time, but has to be seconded, done at the end
o
 
Rules of CB meetings
 
Voting processWho can vote in a CB meeting: CB Reps and sectoral representatives.Whenever there's a motion, only CB Reps can give votes. Everyone can join the discussion, but only CBs vote.Voting is for whenever you make a policy, or a resolution.
 
EDTAF
 –
Early Departure, Tardiness, and Absence Form. Used to checkattendance, allow proxy. Repeated failure to submit may be grounds forimpeachment. To ensure accountability.
 
Everything you say is taken down
 –
public record even if you are not a CB Rep.Beginning usually has approval of minutes of previous CB meeting.Minutes remind us and require us to enforce the things we do pass,helped by SJC who audit what we do/say.

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