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Can a person who has lost their right to vote on matters still make a motion. It was brought to my attention that a person making a motion has to vote in the affirmative but if they can't vote would they still be allowed to bring up a motion for consideration?

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Can a person who has lost their right to vote on matters still make a motion.

 

If the member has lost only his right to vote, I see no reason why not.

 

It was brought to my attention that a person making a motion has to vote in the affirmative

 

That's not correct. The motion maker has the right to vote (or not) as he pleases, just like any other member. One would imagine that he would normally vote in the affirmative, but it's possible that he changed his mind, or that the motion has been amended in such a way that he no longer supports it.

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