CII reforms survive criticism from local representatives.

A package of constitutional changes that involve cutting the CII's
governing council by one third and reducing the size of its committees was
approved in principle at the institute's annual general meeting last
month, but not without coming under fire from several local institute
representatives.


The main target of criticisms was the proposal that the slimmed-down
management committee should be elected from the council, thereby ending
regional representation on the committee.


The criticism was led

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