This page explains the role and constitution of the Ambassador Council of the Muellners Foundation.
The members from the Ambassador Council work with following community guidelines:
2. The Ambassador Council President(s) may convene to meet the Executive Council or other members of the Open Council through an electronic meeting, in addition to the monthly Council meetings, to contribute to their roles and responsibilities.
3. Ambassador Council President(s) can convene an electronic meeting, inviting all the Ambassador Council members, to conduct an independent documented review of the Foundation’s initiatives.
Meeting Minutes: The meeting minutes from any convened “Ambassador Council meeting” shall be released to the Executive Council within 14 days of the meeting.
The Executive Council's President shall add these meeting minutes in the General meeting with the Independent Board.
The Independent Board reserves the right to reject or accept the meeting minutes and documented reviews of the Ambassador Council.
Open Constitution Governance Framework:
4. Muellners Foundation runs itself with a decentralized governance system. Ambassador Council works with the Open Council members with respect to the Foundation's initiatives and projects.
5. Appointment to this Ambassador Council is pro bono and voluntary in nature. Appointments are generally made for an election period of atleast 1 year and atmost 3 years.
Appointment, Nomination, Removal and Resignation:
6.1 Following members can officially nominate a new or existing member of the Foundation to the Ambassador Council:
6.1 a. An elected member of any of the Open Council bodies, an existing member of the Ambassador Council's Youth Wing or of the General Wing.
6.1 b. A non Open Council member can also request their own nomination, in the form of a community proposal. The Nomination action shall be officially initiated by the only members mentioned in above 6.1 “a”.
6.2 Self nomination by an existing member of one of the Open Council bodies for his/her/their appointment to the Ambassador Council is not acceptable.
Self nomination by an existing non Open Council member of the Foundation, for his/her/their appointment to the Ambassador Council is not acceptable. Please read more. 6.3 Once the nomination is accepted by the Nominee, Nominee or the member nominating the nominee, shall file supporting documentations such as nominee's literature, publications, demonstration of social activities on Foundation's Membership Registry.
A Council Resolution "Vote IN" is then scheduled on the Ambassador Council's mailing list.
6.4 Appointment to the Ambassador Council is published on the public facing records of the Muellners Foundation and members are encouraged to link public affiliations to the Foundation.
7.1 Members of the Ambassador Council or the Open Council can only officially nominate removal of a member from both wings(General or Youth) of the Ambassador Council.
7.2 Ambassador Council Resolution - “Vote OUT" is considered to be active on the Open Constitution system, once it is initiated on the Ambassador Council’s private mailing list.
A strong reason for violation of Muellners Foundation’s governing policies and directives must be provided by member(s) initiating the resolution, to support the Ambassador Council resolution “Vote OUT”.
7.3 Community Referendum: Final removal of a member from the Ambassador Council is subject to a community referendum on the passed Council resolution “Vote OUT”, stated in 7.1 & 7.2 above.
9. A member's resignation from the Ambassador Council is a voluntary action.
A member may resign from the Ambassador Council by stating the reasons for resignation. The announcement of resignation can be done via electronic email on the Ambassador Council's private mailing list. If the President (of any of the wing of the Ambassador Council) is resigning, the Ambassador Council shall meet to appoint a new President before the resignation is deemed effective on the Open Constitution's ledger.
10. The Independent Board reserves the right to update the terms and conditions, statutes from time to time, in compliance with the existing rules and regulations of the association, including reserving the right to terminate a member's appointment to the Ambassador Council at any time, without notice and without the due electoral process of removal, in the following scenario:
If the member is found convicted of criminal, civil and financial crimes, in any court of competent jurisdiction, across the world, where Foundation has an active presence, either through a legal body representation or an affiliate network.
11. The statutes of the Foundation and terms and conditions governing its functioning can be found here. The Independent Board reserves the right to dissolve a whole wing of Ambassador Council and initiate constitution of a new wing of the Ambassador Council.
12. The Foundation members communicate via cryptographic electronic communications systems, and technology tools.
In connection to the electronic meetings convened by members of this committee, Foundation’s IT infrastructure shall be used.
If the meeting took place outside the Foundation’s communications infrastructure, then the meeting minutes must be brought back to the notice of the Executive Council.