Re: [802SEC] Interpretation of current P&P
Of course. RROR allows the chair to use various methods to come to his
decision, including putting the question to the group.
From: Tony Jeffree [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 4:16 PM
To: Bob O'Hara (boohara)
Subject: Re: [802SEC] Interpretation of current P&P
Given that the Chair can rule on this issue, presumably the Chair
could also rule that he wishes his ruling to be
confirmed/endorsed/whatever by a motion of the EC?
Seems to me that the combination would make the ruling more likely to
At 22:27 31/10/2007, Bob O'Hara (boohara) wrote:
>So, it is quite clear in RROR that the chair is given the power and the
>duty to rule on interpretations of the bylaws and where they apply. In
>the situation that has precipitated this email thread, this means that
>the chair will be the one to decide if the current term limit text in
>our P&P means that a chair must have the 75%-approved motion of their
>working group in order to run for election after four terms or after
>something greater than four terms.
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