Seven of 26 resolutions were approved, requesting the Rotary International Board of Directors to consider:
by a vote of 251 to 175, setting an upper age limit of 30 for admission into a Rotaract club;
by a vote of 314 to 105, amending the Rotary Code of Policies as to the duties and responsibilities of district Rotaract representatives;
by a vote of 348 to 74, explaining in detail the purpose and methods of implementation of the regionalization pilot projects;
by a vote of 237 to 183, developing a tool to help Rotarians share their professional classifications;
by a vote of 228 to 195, establishing corporate partnerships that can support Rotary’s service activities globally;
by a vote of 373 to 56, providing regular updates on process improvements and cost savings measures taken by RI; and
by a vote of 334 to 94, proposing legislation to a future Council clarifying the general secretary’s qualifications in RI’s constitutional documents.
You can find the full text of these resolutions, as well as those that were rejected, on Rotary’s website at: https://my.rotary.org/en/council/cor/vote.