Reprise: Those secret party elections with a nomination date of noon on Friday

There are some more secret elections happening. We feel it’s our duty to disseminate the information as widely as possible.

Here are the details of the positions available and how to get yourself nominated:

All persons elected to these posts will hold office for the calendar years 2015 and 2016.

For the election of:

  • One Vice-Chairs of the IRC
  • Three members of the SAO Review Group
  • Two members of the FE Candidates’ sub-group (meets with JSCC)
  • One representatives on ALDE Congress
  • Two representatives to the LI Congress

The election regulations approved by the Federal Executive in May 2009 are attached for information.

Nominations must be supported by two voting members of the outgoing or incoming Federal Executive, a list of whom is attached, and must be returned, with 75 word statements , no later than 12 noon on 27 February 2015 to David Allworthy, [email protected]Scanned nominations will be accepted.

David Allworthy, Deputy Acting Returning Officer, 20 February 2015

Remember, you have to get your nominations in  with supporting statements by noon on Friday. The Federal Executive members will then vote if there is a contest,

The directly elected members of FE are:

Ramesh Dewan

Dawn Barnes

Joshua Dixon

Neil Fawcett

Jonathan Fryer

James Gurling

Evan Harris

Keith House

Kavya Kaushik

Caron Lindsay

Gordon Lishman

Pauline Pearce

Candy Piercy

Martin Tod

Councillor Reps are Kath Pinnock and Chris White.

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