auDA are trying to ride roughshod over their own members. They have arbitrarily / unilaterally declared invalid 3 out of the 4 resolutions that were put up under the S249D General Meeting. This was done via their latest newsletter.
They have also spent auDA members funds on legal advice to try and stymy the will of the said same members. How wrong is that!
It is not acceptable for auDA to try and hijack our meeting – or deny us a vote on all four resolutions. If they have a problem with all or any of them, then they should go to Court to get an order that they are invalid. That’s how the Corporations Act works.
So we have written to auDA today in the strongest possible terms – and have stated that unless they are prepared to call the meeting with all four resolutions intact, then they shouldn’t call one at all. We will withdraw our request for a S249D General Meeting in protest – and auDA can wear the public relations nightmare of being seen to ignore their members – and disregarding the provisions of the Corporations Act 2001.
Thank you to all the members that signed our petition – this holding the auDA Board to account is not over by a long shot.
Letter below:Letter auDA 6 July 2017 S249D V2 redacted
Ned O’Meara – 6th July 2017