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News: Amendment to APNA’s Constitution gets passed at EGM in Melbourne
An APNA Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) held on 17 November 2018 in Melbourne was conducted to further strengthen APNA’s governance. The APNA Board identified Constitution amendments that will strengthen our election processes and ensure that we retain strong governance.
The special resolution to adopt the amendments to the Constitution, which were presented as a single motion, were passed at the EGM. The amendment passed unanimously following a vote by members present (in person, by phone and by proxy).
The effect of these amendments is in line with APNA’s commitment to hold transparent election of board members that align with the intent of the APNA constitution.