I have failed to include the persons responsible for managing the fund in a time of crisis. It is up to the Proconsul, or Propraetor, to ask permission of a Consul to use the fund, or this is how I would imagine it. The Quaestor or Praetor can then ask both the Proconsul and the Consul who authorised it, to answer questions from the Senate.
I do know that we need to include checks and balances so that this fund is not abused. Maybe including a point 3.5 stipulating the conditions, or the process for approval, for use of these funds should be included.
Scipio, I can only assume that is was because you were offended that you wore that shocked and confused face. Rome always sends her best men to do the job. I would not stand here in this assembly if I did not think I was the best man for the job. Why, Scipio, then, are you not offended? You should believe you are the best man for the job, and it is only fair that the best man gets the job. If you do not believe yourself the best man to take Corisica, why should you be the one to control legions in the North? Or even to stand in the Senate as Consul? You should be offended, because it shows belief in yourself, and in Rome. So Scipio, do you not believe in yourself, or, simply, do you not believe in Rome?