Re: TS Adyar ? The Truth Unveiled
Apr 04, 2009 04:46 AM
I will fully go into the dates of the Presidential election in the
reply to Anton. However, the date of the announcement at Adyar on
1 July, gives a clue.
Rule 8(f) states:
Within three days of the closing date of voting, the candidate who
has received the largest number of votes shall be declared elected
President and shall assume office not later than thirty days
Regarding the participation of observers, the chairman always has
control of who is allowed to speak, and when they are allowed to
speak. This also applies to the General Council Members.
It may be appropriate in the future to include a rule setting out
the criteria and application procedure for observers.
--- In email@example.com, "sampsakuukasjarvi" <sampsakuukasjarvi@...> wrote:
> Hi Keith. I'm sorry for placing you in a box. I just took you out of it :). It is true that I know Radha as badly as I know you. Just have seen her a couple of times.
> Thank you a lot. We all appreciate your clear, honest and valuable answers. I let other people here ask more. Anton had an excellent post.
> I still ponder what was the legal deadline date. In my opinion, postings until June 28 are very late. In Finland the presidential vote ended already on May 30. The results were announced at Adyar on July 1. Also I think the Election Committee should have informed other Sections about the extra time that the Indian Section got, even if the Indians didn't use the extension. Lack of information causes rumours.
> Yes, I meant participating of non-members of the General Council. I understand that the President has the right to choose these outsider participants.
> General Secretaries Betty Bland and Warwick Keys owe an explanation.
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