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47.55 Impartiality

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David Wilson
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If the Parliamentarian is also an elected member of the body, rather than appointed or volunteer member, does that exempt the Parliamentarian from the restriction on making motions, participating in debates or voting?  If the answer is no, then would the member-Parliamentarian have to give up the Parliamentarian roles permanently in order to fulfill his elected duty?

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Mary Smith, CP
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The first place I would look is the organization's bylaws. Otherwise, the parliamentarian must give up some member benefits such as making motions, debating, and only voting by ballot. 

 

 

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