Delegates from Rotary’s 532 districts are gathered in downtown Chicago 21-26 April to consider changes to the policies that govern Rotary International and its member clubs. The Council on Legislation meets every three years to debate proposals submitted by Rotary clubs, districts, and the RI Board of Directors.
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I agree with Sk abdul Hadi. Many of us would have been delighted to have access to a live (and recorded) video stream.
I cannot realize that time went so fast. Three years has passed since COL 2010. I really had a good time with COL 2010. We have been enjoying a common bond in Rotary through MOP. 532 delegates are enjoying debates for the cause of Rotary. Wish could join as observer! – Sk Abdul Hadi, R C Khulna North, RID 3280
Even though the results are unofficial, it looks like proposed enactment 13-12 is a slam dunk, at 340 – 165 in favor. This is a huge change for Rotary, as it means that club members can satisfy minimum attendance requirements by engaging in service projects for 12 hours in each half of a year. It’s conceivable that a disabled or house-bound club member could maintain his or her membership by doing administrative work on a Global or district grant, or similar tasks for a club service project.
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