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Section 6310. (Added by Stats. 2006, Ch. 849, Sec. 2.)
Cite as: Cal. Gov't. Code §6310.

(a)There is in state government the International Genocide Memorial Commission composed of nine members, as follows:

(1)Two members appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly, at least one of whom shall be a Member of the Assembly. The nonlegislative member shall be a genocide survivor or a descendant of a genocide survivor.

(2)Two members appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules, at least one of whom shall be a Member of the Senate. The nonlegislative member shall be a genocide survivor or a descendant of a genocide survivor.

(3)Five members appointed by the Governor, one of whom shall be a member of the Governor’s staff or a Governor’s appointee in the executive branch of state government and at least four of whom shall be genocide survivors or descendants of genocide survivors.

(b)The members shall elect one of their number to serve as chairperson.

(c)Members of the Legislature shall serve on the commission as ex officio members without vote and shall participate in the activities of the commission to the extent that the participation is not incompatible with their legislative duties.

(d)Members of the commission may select representatives to attend commission activities if they themselves are unable to attend.

(e)Members of the commission shall receive no compensation but, except for the legislative members, shall receive per diem and expenses while engaged in commission activities.



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