Alternative Proposal

Section D6.15 sets out that Alternative Proposals may arise in one of two ways:

(a) where the majority of the Working Group considers that there is more than one variation to this Code that could achieve the purpose of the Modification Proposal (and that each such variation would, if made, better facilitate the achievement of the SEC Objectives than if that variation were not made), then the Working Group may decide to submit more than one proposed variation to this Code (identifying one proposal as its preferred variation, and the others as Alternative Proposals); and/or
(b) where the Proposer, or the person appointed to the Working Group pursuant to Section D6.3(b), objects to the proposed variation(s) to this Code preferred by the majority of the Working Group, such person may insist that the variation to this Code that it prefers is included in addition (an Alternative Proposal).

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