Presiding Member of Assembly
The Presiding Member (PM) is elected from among the members of the Assembly and must be approved by at least two-thirds of all members of the Assembly. The PM holds office for a term of two years and may be eligible for re-election after the end of his term of office. He or she is not a member of the Executive Committee.
The role of the PM includes the following:
1. Presides over General Assembly meetings;
2. Controls deliberations and ensures good conduct and good behavior at Assembly meetings;
3. Has casting vote;
4. Chairs Public Relations and Complaints Committee; and
5. Chairs the Credit Approval Committee Meetings of the Assembly.
6. Chairs the Audit Report Implementation Committee of the Assembly.