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at an executive information meetion is it proper to hear motions

In parliamentary law, meetings are for the transaction of business. "Executive Information Meeting" sounds like it might not actually be a meeting at all, from a parliamentary standpoint. It might be a fancy term for a get together that has no significance in parliamentary law.

On the other hand, if this were a regular business meeting, no one would have the authority to limit the proceedings to just information. If it were a special meeting, business would be limited to what is stated in the call of the meeting.

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