AANZ hit by council crisis

The Alpaca Association of New Zealand has found itself with no effective executive and no authority to carry on business at the National Council level after a number of resignations from the National Council.

The issues which led to the current governance crisis appear to be a result of concerns expressed by some members of the Association that:
– There may have been irregularities in the procedure for nominations and the postal ballot held for the appointment of certain offices in 2018; and
– That the process for appointment of casual vacancies has been deficient when compared with the strict wording of the Constitution.

The immediate issues appear to be:
– The current lack of quorum to transact any business at National Council level
– The absence of authorised signatories to complete payments for “necessary expenditure” pending the valid appointment of the offices of the National Council

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