Re: [ga] Reform in the GA?
This is not in line with my criticism. The criticism is about the Board having any
I am frightened by your failure to see that the board controlling the situation
wiithin the body is exactly what the recent hearing warned against.
"William X. Walsh" wrote:
> Hello Eric,
> Friday, February 09, 2001, 10:28:50 PM, Eric Dierker wrote:
> > (i)(B) The Board may, with concurrence of a majority of all of its members,
> > whether voting or not, remove the Chair of the General Assembly for good
> > cause shown. (the argument was we could have a wing nut as chair. How does it
> > follow the NC decides when a Chair needs to be removed? When they question the
> > NC? (Yikes whether voting or not?????) That is carte Blanche.
> Whether voting or not sets a higher standard than most decisions made
> by the board. It requires an actual majority of the full complement,
> not just a majority of a quorum. It is typical in major decisions
> like this to require a higher standard to prevent abuse of it.
> Perhaps now that you understand it better, you will see your criticism
> of it was just a little off base.
> Best regards,
> William mailto:email@example.com
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