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... is not a certified parliamentarian?

To the contrary.

Within unions, it is a popular practice to have as one's parliamentarian a more-senior member of the union who, simply put, knows the rules better than anyone, after 20 years or so of soaking in the unwritten customs and traditions, plus a mental history of all the precedents and settled squabbles - above and beyond the written rules.

Note also that there is more than one organization who tests their members for levels of achievement. Some parliamentarians do not upkeep their accreditation. And some parliamentarians don't bother with accreditation at all.

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