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Can Constitution over ride basic right with Majority Vote?


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Constitution states that it may be "Constitution may be amended with a majority vote at any meeting."

Based on this,

Could and amendment to the constitution be made to limit debate and be passed with a simple majority (based on constitution)

Yes, assuming that this is all the constitution says on the subject... and if it is, your society might want to change that. RONR recommends that the procedure for amending the constitution require at least a 2/3 vote and previous notice (RONR, 11th ed., pg. 580, line 25 - pg. 581, line 3)

or would the fundamental Parliamentary rule of 2/3 still apply.

No. The rule in the constitution would supersede any rules in the parliamentary authority it conflicts with.

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