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6. (1) All members of the authority present at a meeting shall be entitled to vote.
(2) Subject to the provisions of paragraph (3) all decisions of the authority shall be decided by a simple majority of votes cast by those attending.
(3) At least two thirds of the members present and voting at a meeting are required for any decision relating to–
(a)the appointment of the convener and deputy convener;
(b)the adoption by the authority of standing orders or any amendments thereto; and
(c)any change of name of the authority in accordance with article 2(4).
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