Comment: Usually the way a suspension works is you do it for a specific

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Usually the way a suspension works is you do it for a specific

rule with a specific alternate rule as part of the motion.

For example, you would not just make a motion to "Suspend the Rules" and then all rules are in stasis until un-suspended if your motion passes.

What you would do is make a motion to "Suspend the Rules and nominate a candidate by acclamation." Thus, the only rules suspended are those which outline a procedure contrary to nominating by acclamation, and then only until that even takes place, or a motion is made to re-instate the rules if the acclamation fails for some reason. (or some other motion intervenes to change things up)