Constitution for Scotland is a registered charity (reg no SC049192) dedicated to conducting and administering a public consultation on the content and subsequent promotion into legislation of a Constitution endorsed by credible numbers of Scottish citizens.
The present trustees are:
Chair: Robert Ingram, Aberdeen, retired marine engineer and offshore installation manager.
Secretary: John Hutchison, Lochaber, chartered civil engineer and community advocate.
Treasurer: Ronnie Morrison, Helensburgh, retired accountant and company director.
Lorraine Cowan, Uddingston, senior college lecturer.
James Stamper, Rutherglen, retired architect.
Agnes McAuley, Inverclyde, retired local government and NHS manager.
However, the content of the draft is in no way prescriptive and the CSCS Think Tank plays no ongoing role in this Independent and unaligned process.
Our pledge to maintain the complete independence of the project means we cannot accept contributions from public bodies or private corporations, so we depend entirely upon citizen funding. The cost of administering this project, which will remain open until the first general election following independence, is therefore dependent largely upon charitable donations
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