The Ministry of Magic shall be working in cohesion with The Order of The Phoenix to counter the threat to the wizarding world from Lord Voldemort’s forces, which shall be delivered to the committee in the form of crisis updates. Such counters are expected to be in the form of directives, which may be individual or unanimous, depending on the direction debate takes in committee.Keep in mind that all the information after the Freeze Date is invalid, since time has not progressed beyond that yet. While staying in character is a must, delegates do have relatively fluid avenues of action given that this is a crisis committee. Also, a certain character might have taken some decision in the books based on information that they were privy to in the series, but if it is notavailable in committee, it would be inappropriate to take similar action for the same delegate. You are advised to simply bring the basics of your portfolio in mind to the committee.
Pieces of news shall be presented as crises to the committee, which the delegates shall have to collectively strategize to solve in the capacity of their portfolios. All delegates are supposed to stay in character while making statements towards the achievement of the aforementioned aim. Any break from character will be noticed by the Executive Board and penalized accordingly. After due discussion towards a solution to a crisis, delegates shall be expected to present a directive detailing proposed solutions to the Executive Board.
A committee directive is subject to the mandate of the committee and must fall strictly within the same. Such directives do not need to be voted upon, since it is understood that all delegates support them; the EB will take them as they are and use the actions suggested in them as context for the next crisis and/or to influence the result of the previous one. If the directive does not have the consent of all delegates before it is presented to the EB, the directive needs to be voted upon by the committee. This is done after a discussion on the directive, which may either be clause-by- clause or as a whole. This is left up to the delegate(s) authoring the directive to decide. If the majority of delegates support the directive, it is passed, else it fails. Delegates also have the option to add information a crisis using their channels of communication with a tool called a Crisis Note. They are pieces of information that the delegate feels are useful to the crisis and are subject to approval by the Executive Board. Overall, this shall be a Continuous Crisis Committee with standard UNA-USA rules of procedure, with special provisions made owing to the slightly different nature of debate as per the discretion of the Executive Board. Said provisions are detailed below:
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Date: Feb. 10, 2018
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