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CCSG Update: Borsuk Not Impeached

Until recently, CCSG leadership was unsure if they had impeached their president.

Only a few days ago, we reported that Nick Borsuk was impeached from CCSG. However, this appears to not be the case! So rest easy ye Borsuk faithful as I bring you the entire tale.

Votes were initially tallied at 26-6. However, the actual vote was 20-6 with 6 abstentions. The CCSG’s parliamentary rules state that in order for abstentions to count in a vote, the two-thirds majority (22 in this case) most be received by votes either for or against the resolution; until it is reached, abstentions do not count. Weird, we know.Simply stated, Nick Borsuk was never impeached.

This was found after a thorough investigation was carried out regarding the impeachment  process by MJ Worsham, CCSG’s IT Representative and a member of the Constitutional Review Committee.

“There is still much work to be done, and I am excited about this final month,” said Borsuk. “I know we can finish an already strong year well.”
This means that CCSG’s current Executive Board will assume their normal positions before the impeachment.

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