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Executive Committee Having a Teleconference Meeting Withou Authorization in the Bylaws


Willie Watson
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Our Executive Council (EC) conducted a teleconference meeting this week without any authorization in the bylaws (they simply decided to have a meeting because they could not get together physically). They made a number of decisions which they are currently acting on.  I am a member of the parent assembly (i.e., the superior body) but I am not a member of the EC. Could you give your opinion on how this should be handled.

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I agree with Mr. Huynh and would point out that the"discipline" imposed by the society could be as simple as adopting a motion of censure. When done that way, it is not technically"discipline" and is simply the adoption of motion expressing disapproval. It avoids the complex formal disciplinary procedures and can be adopted just like any other motion with a majority vote. It might get the point across that the society wants the executive board to follow the rules.

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