I will take what looks like the minority view. The ability to speak in debate is not a "basic right of an individual member." If it were, it could not curtailed by a 2/3 vote (see p. 264, ll. 6-12).
The rules relating to debate are clearly rules in the nature of a rule of order, as deal with the orderly transaction of business within a meeting. Even if in the bylaws, that rule may be suspended, for as long as the duration of the session.
The second rule, ""Meetings of the Board: All meetings of the Board, excluding Executive Session, shall be open and video recorded with time allotted for Members to make comments" does not deal with debate. It requires a time to be allotted for members to speak. This is not attached to a particular pending question. A time can be allotted at the start of of the meeting, or at the end; there is no guidance on what that time is.