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Proposal Details

Proposal ID580
ProposalTo Sustain the Voting Queue Timeline of Proposals 578 and 579
PresenterGPUS Steering Committee
Floor ManagerHolly Hart
Discussion12/30/2010 - 12/31/2010
Voting01/01/2011 - 01/03/2011
Presens Quorum31 0.6666
Consens Quorum45 A Majority of Yes and No Votes


In accordance with our rules and policy on procedural objections [Rules & Procedures, Section 6-10], an appeal has been posted objecting the starting date of the timeline set for Proposals #578 and #579 - Recalls of members of the Steering Committee.

The Green National Committee is asked to vote on whether to uphold the secretary's decision to begin the timeline on Monday, December 27, 2010, the Monday following the submission of the recall proposals. The procedural objection asserts that the voting queue timeline for the proposals should begin on Monday, January 9, 2011, the Monday following the next Steering Committee conference that many or most consider to be the next "regularly scheduled" Steering Committee call.

In this case, you are being asked to vote on whether you approve that the starting date of the voting queue timeline for these proposals is December 27, 2010.

Vote YES if you agree that the proposals should have gone into the voting queue (discussion phase) on December 27, 2010. Vote NO if you disagree; i.e., if you believe that the timeline for these proposals should begin on Monday, January 9, 2011.


The GPUS National Committee sustains (agrees with) the secretary in starting the timeline for Proposals #578 and #579 on Monday, December 27, 2010.




Process for Resolution of Procedural Objections

Recall of Steering Committee Members

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