What this means is while these changes are not official until after the ISU Congress in June, however these are the recommendations of the ISU Technical Committees and they are generally pretty much done deals unless specific Member of ISU (country) specifically objects to the proposed changes and second by at least another Member. Member here means another country. So for example, say South Korea objects to the 3A being allowed in Ladies SP. The ISU will not entertain the objection unless South Korea's position is backed by another country, say China. Even then, South Korea will not be able to submit any amendment, the objection only means the specific proposal can be rejected and therefore, not take effect. In other words, these rule changes will be adopted by silent acclamation without any voting being necessary. Therefore, in most cases, it's pretty safe to assume they will be adopted when the rule changes are being presented under this format, as part of an ISU Technical Committee technical rule change. This is not the same compared to a specific country proposing a rule change via a proposal, in which case, a vote will be necessary (e.g. the 1.1 factor bonus for jumps after 2 minutes in the SP).