Some NCA Representatives and others might think that the IOMICA Exec is failing to follow IOMICA Regulations by seeming to change a World Council Resolution after the cut-off date.
There is a Regulation which describes the IOMICA voting system, catchily called "Procedure for election of IOMICA Executive Officers at a meeting of the World Council". This Regulation makes provision for an extension to the nominations date (and by implication a change to the nominations list) when there are fewer than two candidates for any Exec position.
Importantly, I think it also makes provision for this change to the deadline to be a modification of the Regulations for ordinary resolutions:
Usefully, what counts as an IOMICA Regulation is defined in the, erm, Regulations, so that the above "Procedure for election" is indeed a Regulation:Procedure for election wrote:8.6. Voting shall proceed ... according to the Constitution and current Regulations and incorporating the modifications of this document ...
Bottom line: I can't see that our esteemed Exec has broken any IOMICA Regulation.IOMICA REGULATIONS wrote:Regulation Any rule, ruling, law, byelaw, regulation, directive, guideline, term, condition, instruction, or policy enacted by the World Council.
(But perhaps the incoming Exec might see fit to (re)consider the timing of nominations and the notification of changes to any published nominations list...)