The SFS General Assembly (SFSFUM) is SFS 'highest decision-making body and consists of SFS members. SFSFUM normally takes place once in the spring term in the city that has been named student city of the year and usually takes three days to complete.
At SFSFUM, the unions are represented in relation to how many students they represent. Information on how the distribution of seats takes place is sent out well in advance of SFSFUM. SFSFUM consists of 349 seats, but is represented by a lower number of physical delegates, and in addition there are also officials, observers, deputies and guests, a total of about 300 people are usually present during SFSFUM.
At SFSFUM, bills from the board and motions from member unions, council members and / or members from member unions are considered. The council also decides on the organization's governing documents such as the budget and business plan for the coming financial year.
Under SFSFUM, the organization's elected representatives are also elected in the form of a chairman and a vice chairman, also the presidium, as well as a board. Elected are also business auditors and the nomination committee.
SFSFUM can be seen to consist of two different main components: plenary and opinion square. During the plenary session, all delegates and the board sit in a larger auditorium and vote on or reject various proposals. But since the meeting will take a position on many proposals, these are usually discussed in opinion polls.
Do you want to know more about SFS as an organization? Read our Guide to SFS.