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Article 2: General Assembly - Voting

2.1 Voting shall normally be by show of hands unless at least ten members request a secret ballot.

2.2 When an amendment to a resolution is moved, the amendment shall be voted on before the substantive resolution. When several amendments to a resolution are proposed, the presiding Officer shall decide on the order in which the amendments are voted on.

2.3 A motion shall be considered as an amendment to a resolution if it merely adds to, deletes from, or revises part of that resolution.

2.4 In the case of an equality of votes for and against a resolution, the presiding Officer shall have a casting vote. The presiding Officer shall not normally vote on a resolution unless there is an equality of votes.