Thursday, 22 July 2010

General Synod - electronic voting

Updated Friday

The detailed voting lists from the electronic votes at the July General Synod are now available.

We will be publishing analyses of some of these votes. [Now available here]

Women in the Episcopate legislation - major votes

item 512a - additional dioceses
item 513a - compulsory delegation
item 514 - archbishops’ amendment
item 518 - include clause 2 in the measure
Vote for recommittal - to the revision committee

Women in the Episcopate legislation - other votes

item 522 - remove the need for a two-thirds quorum at PCC meetings considering making a request
item 525 - remove a clerical veto
item 541a - require two-thirds majorities in each house for any subsequent amendment or repeal.

Other votes

item 27 - amend motion on clergy pensions
item 601 - final approval of Additional Weekday Lectionary

Posted by Peter Owen on Thursday, 22 July 2010 at 10:23am BST | TrackBack
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At least one VERY notable name on the clergy abstain list for 514...

Posted by: tommiaquinas on Thursday, 22 July 2010 at 12:26pm BST

Fascinating: on a quick count the vote on the Archbishops' amendment saw 29 laywomen vote for, 49 laywomen against, and 3 laywomen abstain; 5 clergywomen vote for, 20 clergywomen vote against, and 2 clergywomen abstain. There being no female bishops, one can't count the women's vote amongs those votes, but I can hear the cry now; if there weren't any female clergy, this amendment would have passed, and if women couldn't have representation in church government at all, it might have got a nice strong majority.

Posted by: MrsBarlow on Thursday, 22 July 2010 at 2:02pm BST
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