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What are consultations?
A consultation is a space that allows you to ask a clear question to all the people who form an organization, make a call to participate in the consultation, spark and order the debate for or against a response. When the consultation date arrives, you can vote and publish the results of the votes.
Examples: The consultations can be about almost any aspect that affects an organization: some examples are changing the name or logo of the organization offering several alternatives, deciding Yes or No to become part of a larger organization, validating or rejecting a new strategic plan or the result of a working group, or defining whether the positions should remain a maximum of 1, 2 or 3 mandates in the organization.