In the 2016 Council on Legislation, a number of changes were made to RI's constitution for clubs, along with by-laws. Clubs were asked to adopt these changes by September 2016.
 
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Dear Fellow Rotarians,
 

There are less than six months to submit proposed legislation for the 2019 Council on Legislation. I have the honour of representing our District 7010 at this important meeting and encourage you and your club to give serious thought to proposing legislation that you feel will move Rotary forward.

Rotary International must receive clubs' and districts'  proposed legislation, including confirmation of the district's endorsement, by 31 December 2017. Please note that this deadline is strictly enforced and proposed legislation received after the deadline will not be considered.

To help you prepare legislation, Rotary International has developed a new “How to Propose Legislation” course in Rotary's Learning Center. The course can be found by going to My Rotary>Learning&Reference>Center.

Additional information has been posted on the Council on Legislation section of the Rotary website at www.rotary.org/col.

Proposed legislation should be submitted to me by the 31st of October 2017 as it must be endorsed by the District. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Yours in Rotary

PDG Brian Menton

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Cher Rotariens,

Il reste moins de six mois pour soumettre des propositions de législation pour le Conseil de législation de 2019. J’ai l’honneur de représenter notre district 7010 pendant cette importante réunion et de vous encourager, ainsi que votre club, à réfléchir sérieusement à des propositions de législation qui fera progresser le Rotary.  

Le Rotary international doit recevoir les législations proposées par les clubs et les districts, y compris la confirmation de l’approbation du district, au plus tard le 31 décembre 2017. Veuillez noter que ce délai est strictement appliqué et les législations proposées après cette date ne seront pas prises en considération.

Afin de vous aidez à préparer la législation, Rotary international a mis en place le cours « How to Propose Legislation » dans la section « Se former en ligue » du Rotary. Pour accéder à ce cours, allez sur Mon Rotary>Je me forme>Formation. Pour de plus amples informations, visitez la section « Conseil de législation » sur le site web du Rotary au https://my.rotary.org/fr/learning-reference/about-rotary/councils.

Prière de soumettre les législations proposées d’ici le 31 octobre 2017 puisqu’elles doivent être approuvées par le district. Si vous avez des questions, n’hésitez pas à me contacter.

Au nom du Rotary,

Ancien gouverneur du district, Brian Menton