Reading "Delegation of Control" (section 2.1.3) from the Constitution, my interpretation is that all defined domains in a Circle (or in its Roles) must be delegated by the super-circle:
In any case, all Domain delegations are always limited to whatever authority the Circle itself had in the first place.
Let's say we have a circle called "Product" that is responsible for building and maintaining a software product. "Product" is also part of the GCC, which has another circle called "People". Then there is a Governance Meeting in "Product", and someone makes a proposal to create a Role that has a "Hiring Process" domain.
There is an "implicit expectation" (not recorded in Governance yet) that the "People" circle is responsible for hiring, including defining its processes. I could raise an objection against this proposal, stating this is "outside of Circle authority". Just reviewing the holarchy, we have GCC and two sub-circles ("People" and "Product").
Then, I believe, it would be up to the Secretary to make a governance interpretation to verify if it is really out of authority or not. Am I right?
Anyway, what would be the "correct" interpretation? Can I state that we cannot add a Domain to a Role that is not defined in the Circle itself?
I know, that is complicated, and I can provide further explanations if necessary.