List of the latest important documents to the Union.
- Union Constitution (GP1, GP2 and GP3 2016)
- Union Council By-laws (ECM6 2017)
- Union Council Judicial Procedure (CM7 1996)
- Union Council Standing Orders (CM4 2017)
- Union Financial Regulation (ECM12 2016)
- Union Election Regulation (CM6 2017)
- Union Internal Regulation (ECM12 2016)
- Union Council Affiliation Regulation (CM8 2015)
- Union Song Lyrics
- Musical Score of Union Song
- Union Song MP3 file (Courtesy: HKUSU Choir)
The Constitution is the basis of the Union’s power and operation. It outlines the aims of the Union and the privilege of its membership. It also provides the fundamental structure and directions for the Union’s authorities, including General Polling, General Meeting, Annual Election, the Council, the Union Executives, the Popularly Elected Union Councillors and the Campus Media. It designates the requirements and restrictions of the above parties to ensure the Union is represented democratically. In addition to the Constitution, the Council enacts its By-laws to define the powers within itself and various guidelines in the operation of the Union. The Council By-laws also delegates the Council’s powers into different organs of the Council, including the enactment of various other Regulations.
The Council Standing Orders gives the Council Chairperson their duties, power and responsibilities over the administration and their leadership of the Council. It compromises of a detailed manner of debate applicable to all formal meetings within the Union and its Sub-organisations, allowing the Chairperson to facilitate effective and multi-directional communication between every body of the Union. The Council Judicial Procedure provides the specifics of the execution of the Council’s judicial power over the Union.
There are also four standing regulations in the Union, namely the Financial Regulation, the Election Regulation, the Internal Regulation and Affiliation Regulation. The former two are advised by the Union Finance Committee and the Union Elections Committee respectively. The Internal Regulations is maintained by the Administrative Secretary and designates the details of operations of Union’s facilities for Union Sub-organisations’ uses. The Council still oversees the execution of the above Regulations.