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With the Annual General Meeting of a not-for-profit organization that follows Roberts Rules of Order, and also has its own bylaws, who should Chair the Annual General Meeting when elections are held? The president? A Parliamentarian? Should the Chair be someone who can be nominated and voted for?

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17 minutes ago, Daniel said:

Yes there is a Vice President.

Then the assembly would need the permission of the Vice President to appoint a chairman pro-tem by a majority vote, and without such permission, a 2/3 vote.

But I remind you that the corrrect person to preside over elections is the current president, whether nominated for an office or not.

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