Re: [Sorry Neil] Wording modification of the The ???no GR, please??? amendement. [and 1 more messages]
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Charles Plessy writes ("[Sorry Neil] Wording modification of the The ???no GR, please??? amendement."):
> I propose the following replacement as per article A.1.5 of our Contitution.
I'm not entirely convinced this is quite regular.
You are the proposer of an amendment, not of the resolution. I think
under A.1(5) it would be for me to propose such changes and you to
This is probably a bug in the constitution. For the avoidance of
doubt, I have no objection to amendment-proposers making changes to
their amendment texts. If it is necessary, I hereby give my consent.
(Or, people you prefer, I preemptively declare that I should be taken
to have `suggested' such changes, according to A.1(5).)
I say this on the understanding that such changes do not reset the
minimum discussion period.
I think the minimum discussion period was reset by my amendment email
at Sun, 19 Oct 2014 14:59:16 +0100 and therefore expires at
Sun, 02 Nov 2014 13:59:16 +0000. At that time I will call for a vote.
(I think my email of Sun, 19 Oct 2014 20:06:22 +0100 fixing a
numbering typo falls under A.1(6).)
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