On 5 June 2015, the members of the Mont Order “Club” (also “Associates”), consented to the creation of the Security Council of the Mont Order. The Security Council will be a body distinct from the Club but part of the whole Order, and will exist for the purpose of the improved coordination and security of the Order.
The decision to create this new body is informed by the rapid and successful enlargement of the Mont Order’s total membership, and the accompanying security concerns that have been raised relating to the previous limited structures and means of communication used by the Order.
The members of the Security Council agree to involve themselves, where possible, in authorizing resolutions and decisions relating to the continuity, security, and efficiency of the Order.
As the Order continues with its current goal to include over 100 declared parties in its broader Club, as advanced at the February Conference of 2015, the members of the Security Council look forward to designing new ways to accommodate the needs and interests of all parties of the Order on the principle of mutual security and support via online media.