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Rotary international Council on legislation 2013 excerpt

  1. 1. A sneak peak at Council of Legislation 2013 ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE : Faculty 15 SEPTEMBER 2013, JB BY PP JUNE JONET
  2. 2. RLI Faculty: Council of Legislation Getting in the right mode • This session is a short informative presentation • As it is only 10mins, some of the questions that requires follow up will be placed on the “parking lot”. There will be 5 mins Q&A. • Be constructive. Do not argue for the sake of arguing • Lets respect each other. Don’t hog the mike • Let’s acknowledge our thanks to the resource persons
  3. 3. RLI Faculty: Council of Legislation ANATOMY OF THIS 10 MINS SESSION • Quick Pop Quiz • About Council of legislation
  4. 4. The RI 2013 Council on Legislation POP QUIZ!
  5. 5. The Council on Legislation a)is Rotary’s legislative body b)advises the RI Board of Directors c)is a week long party d)has no authority
  6. 6. The Council on Legislation a)is Rotary’s legislative body b)advises the RI Board of Directors c)is a week long party d)has no authority
  7. 7. The Council on Legislation meets a) for two days b) just a weekend c) six days d) one week
  8. 8. The Council on Legislation meets a) for two days b) just a weekend c) six days d) one week
  9. 9. The Council on Legislation meets a) in the same city as the RI Convention b) in Chicago c) in a different place each year d) in Las Vegas
  10. 10. The Council on Legislation meets a) in the same city as the RI Convention b) in Chicago c) in a different place each year d) in Las Vegas
  11. 11. Council on Legislation delegates a) must be PDGs b) be selected by their district c) must be over 65 d) must be awake e) both a and b
  12. 12. Council on Legislation delegates a) must be PDGs b) be selected by their district c) must be over 65 d) must be awake e) both a and b
  13. 13. The Council on Legislation meets a)every year b)every two years c)only when required d)every three years
  14. 14. The Council on Legislation meets a)every year b)every two years c)only when required d)every three years
  15. 15. So when will the next COL meet?
  16. 16. Rotary International 2013 Council on Legislation April 21-26, 2013 Chicago, Illinois
  17. 17. All 532 districts except for 4 were represented
  18. 18. The proposer has 3 minutes to introduce the motion
  19. 19. Delegates selected to speak to the motion have 2 minutes each
  20. 20. As soon as the following is shown on the screen, delegates have ten seconds to register their vote using the electronic voting machine
  21. 21. The results of the vote are shown immediately
  22. 22. Some Significant EnactmentsEnactments Approved By the COL
  23. 23. Approved an increase in RI per capita annual dues as follows: 2014-15 $54 USD 2015-16 $55 USD 2016-17 $56 USD And removed requirement to pay for a minimum of 10 members. (RI Bylaws) 2013 COL2013 COL
  24. 24. Standard Rotary Club Constitution amended to include the secretary and treasurer as club officers
  25. 25. Added requirement that candidate for office of club president shall have been a club member for at least one year prior to nomination. (Standard Rotary Club Constitution)
  26. 26. Added to Attendance – “Each member should attend this club’s regular meetings and engage in this club’s service projects, other events and activities. (Standard Rotary Club Constitution)
  27. 27. Excused absences – club board may renew leave of absence beyond twelve months if it is for medical reasons. (Standard Rotary Club Constitution)
  28. 28. Excused absences – the “85 rule” -Minimum age requirement of 65 removed. (Standard Rotary Club Constitution)
  29. 29. Termination of membership – a vote of not less than two-thirds of the board members present and voting…. (Standard Rotary Club Constitution)
  30. 30. Limit of only two e-clubs per district removed. Authorized e-clubs to determine their own locality. (Rotary International Bylaws)
  31. 31. Name of District Assembly changed to District Training Assembly (RI Bylaws)
  32. 32. Added “governor nominee designate” to the ‘g-string’. •Governor •Governor elect •Governor nominee •Governor nominee designate (Standard Rotary Club Constitution)
  33. 33. Added requirement that a vice-governor ( who must be a PDG) be named by each district nominating committee (RI Bylaws)
  34. 34. Authorized RI Board to include up to 1,000 clubs in a pilot project, rather than only 200. (Rotary International Constitution)
  35. 35. Changed New Generations Service to Youth Service (Standard Rotary Club Constitution)
  36. 36. Requesting RI Board to consider encouraging Rotarians to adopt the second Object of Rotary as the guiding principle for vocational service. The second object of Rotary consists of: 1) High ethical standards in business and professions; 2) The recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; 3) The dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society.
  37. 37. Some Significant highlightshighlights At the COL
  38. 38. Rejected Proposals:Rejected Proposals: • To require that clubs with fewer than fifteen members be merged There are presently 14,000 clubs with fewer than 25 members 4,356 clubs with fewer than 15 825 clubs with fewer than 10
  39. 39. As of May 2012, there are approximately 61districts with fewer than 1200.
  40. 40. Q&A Can I invite 5 rotarians to comment or ask question
  41. 41. References -PDG Tam Mustapha, RLI Vice Chair - PDG Julius Buski, RI D5370 Rep to 2013 COL -PDG Hoe Beng, RI D3310 Rep to 2013 COL

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