Decision making at the general meetings of shareholders: What is the quorum, are decisions taken by simple majority or super-majority
, any special veto rights?
The real question is; if Republicans use their magic drawing skills and are able to draw a super-majority
, for how long can they hold on to those seats?
Second, minority owners can hold up asset sale transactions if a so-called super-majority
provision exists in your
The bill is likely to be passed by far more than the two-thirds super-majority
needed in the parliament because it has been drafted by a parliamentary committee made up of all political groups.
His statements come at a time when the president's health care reform bill is stalled in Congress because the Senate lost its super-majority
when Massachusetts elected Republican Scott Brown last week.
Voters in the US state of Massachusetts are set to elect a new senator in a vote that could end the Democrats' super-majority
in the Senate and scuttle their healthcare reform plans.
Although Democrats will control at least 58 Senate seats in the next Congress (two are still undecided), they could need Lieberman to reach the super-majority
of 60 necessary to end a filibuster.
Was it not a super-majority
of the council that ignored the city attorney and put Proposition R on the ballot?
The current super-majority
approval of 60 percent is unfair to schools, as parks and jails only need a simple majority to pass.
Once raised, it would require a super-majority
of 60 Senators to pass the amendment instead of the usual 51.
In these pronouncements, the S shareholder issued nonvoting common stock and warrants to acquire a super-majority
ownership of nonvoting common.
At the same time, it would promote the proper incentives by allowing countries which did more to prevent crises to pay less for their IMF borrowing, and by permitting very large loans only after a super-majority
of creditor countries had determined that the situation did indeed represent a systemic crisis.