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Statement By Chair Of Te Kauhanganui On Sunday's Meeting

Published: Mon 29 Aug 2011 11:00 AM
Statement By Chair Of Te Kauhanganui On Sunday's Meeting
The Chair of Te Kauhanganui, Mrs Tania Martin, has this morning announced yet another meeting of Te Kauhanganui scheduled for the 24th of September 2011.
“Te Kauhanganui agreed at yesterday's meeting to park the issue of disqualification regarding Mr Morgan, and allow the dispute process to happen. Mr Morgan presented his position to the members, supported by information, but to no avail. Te Kauhanganui has enabled the Chair to follow the process, upon which Mr Morgan was forced to concede to the wishes of the members", Mrs Martin said.
Mrs Martin further commented that "the proposed alterations of the Rules governing Te Kauhanganui is also a contentious issue, which was not voted on at the meeting, but remains one of 3 important matters to be addressed at the next meeting."
Mrs Martin commends all Members of Te Kauhanganui for their perseverance in what has been a long and laborious to making things right within the organisation. "Progress is frustratingly slow for everyone, but it's good progress", Mrs Martin said.
*ENDS*

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