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c. Creating Separate Areas for Demon­strations Believed to Be in Violation of These Rules and for Permissible Demonstrations/Observation. Delegates believing that an assembly or other demonstration is violating Sections 443a(7), (8), (9), or (14) of these Rules should, to the extent practicable in their sole judgment, immediately make all reasonable efforts to create separate areas for demonstrators whose actions are believed to violate the Rules and for those wishing to demonstrate permissibly or to observe. There should be a reasonable distance between these areas, with a presumption in favor of allowing unobstructed view and observation, and they should be graphically delineated without creating barriers, to the extent feasible. Failure by a delegate to create these areas shall not excuse a violation of these Rules.
c. Creating Separate Areas for Demon­strations Believed to Be in Violation of These Rules and for Permissible Demonstrations/Observation. Delegates believing that an assembly or other demonstration is violating these Rules should, to the extent practicable in their sole judgment, immediately make all reasonable efforts to create separate areas for demonstrators whose actions are believed to violate the Rules and for those wishing to demonstrate permissibly, or to observe, or to report on, cover, photograph, or document the demonstration. There should be a reasonable distance between these areas, with a presumption in favor of allowing unobstructed view and observation, and they should be graphically delineated without creating barriers, to the extent feasible. Failure by a Delegate to create these areas shall not excuse a violation of these Rules.
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