There's been some confusion about policies. Governance was used to create a policy on a role held by another circle member. Question is: Is another circle member allowed to use governance to create a policy on a role's domain?
The role holder doesn't agree with the policy and wasn't there during the governance where it was created.
It seems like governance can be used to create policies on a circle. But policies on a role are defined by the holder of that role and outside of governance. Is this correct? There are two parts of the constitution that say different things about this:
1.4 Authority over domains
As a Partner assigned to a Role, you have the authority to control and regulate each Domain of your Role. You may do this on a case-by-case basis when others request permission to impact one of your Domains, by considering the request and allowing or withholding permission.
You may also define “Policies” for your Domains, which are either grants of authority that allow others to control or cause a material impact within a Domain, or limits on how others may do so when otherwise authorized. Before a Policy is valid, you must first publish it in a forum convenient to all Partners who may be impacted.
2.1.3: Delegation of control
When a Circle defines a Domain upon one of its Roles, the Circle’s authority to impact, control, and regulate that Domain is instead delegated to that Role and removed from the Circle.
However, the Circle retains the right to amend or remove that Domain delegation, or to define or modify Policies that further grant or constrain the Role’s authority within the Domain.
Does this last part mean any circle member can define or modify a role's policy during governance? Or how should I interpret this?