CFJ 1152

    If a Rule implicitly designates a Player who is a Legislator to
    temporarily be a Voting Entity, then such implicit designation is
    sufficient to allow that Player to vote.


Called by:           harvel

Judge:               Palnatoke
Judgement:           FALSE

Judge selection:

Eligible:            Annabel, Palnatoke, Peekee, Vlad, Wes

Not eligible:
Caller:              harvel
Barred:              -
Had their turn:      Beefurabi, Blob, Chuck, Crito, elJefe, Elysion,
                     harvel, Kolja, Michael, Murphy
Already served:      -
Defaulted:           -
By request:          -
On Hold:             Lee, Oerjan, Steve



Called by harvel:                     03 Aug 1999 5:00:06 EDT
Assigned to Palnatoke:                03 Aug 1999 16:51:48 GMT
Judged FALSE by Palnatoke:            03 Aug 1999 21:37:42 +0200
Judgement published:                  As of this message


Caller's Arguments:



Evidence attached by the Caller:



Judge's Arguments:

Rule 206 defines a Voting Entity as being 'generally authorized' to vote.
The rule also mentions that this authorization may be withdrawn *without*
causing the Entity to cease being a Voting Entity.

There are, in other words, potential Voting Entities without voting

"Rule 206/11 (Power=2)
Voting Entities and Votes

      A Voting Entity is an Entity which is generally authorized by
      the Rules to cast a vote or votes on a Proposal, although other
      Rules may withdraw this authorization from a Voting Entity in
      specific circumstances without that Entity thereby ceasing to
      be a Voting Entity. No Entity is permitted to vote on a
      Proposal unless it is a Voting Entity, and only those Entities
      designated by the Rules to be Voting Entities are Voting

      Each Voting Entity has two votes on a Proposal, unless another
      Rule says otherwise. However, no such Entity shall have more
      than five votes on any Proposal, regardless of what any other
      Rule may say to the contrary."