This afternoon, a percentage of members expressed their dissatisfaction with the current auDA Board and Management by using the provisions and protections of Corporations Act 2001 (and the auDA Constitution) to call for a General Meeting under S249D of the Act.
We needed a minimum of 5% of auDA members to sign the online petition to get this underway – so far we have almost double that. Thank you to everyone who voted and helped us get our initial numbers.
You can read all about our campaign at Grumpy.com.au (what a great domain name for the purpose!). And if you’re an auDA Member that hasn’t already signed the petition, you can do so here. We’d be really grateful for your support. 🙂
The actual vote on the resolutions won’t take place until auDA determines when the actual meeting will take place. That could be at least 2 months away.
Thank you to everyone who helped with this project – and did it on the absolute quiet! Loose lips sink ships. And a special thanks to my son Luke who did the website and all the backend forms etc. You’re a legend.
Here is a copy of the letter sent to the CEO of auDA earlier this afternoon (he has acknowledged receipt).Letter to auDA 16 June 2017 redacted
Ned O’Meara – 16th June 2017