ISU NEC Election Special 30.01.2017

ISU NEC Election Special – 30.1.18

Dear Members,

Following the recent election for four positions on the ISU National Executive Committee, the results are as follows as per the Independent Scrutineer’s report:

“IMMIGRATION SERVICE UNION

INDEPENDENT SCRUTINEER’S REPORT (TRADE UNION AND LABOUR RELATIONS (CONSOLIDATION) ACT 1992 AS AMENDED)

This report is issued in accordance with the Trades Union and Labour Relations
(Consolidation) Act 1992 as amended.

NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ELECTION 2018

(FOUR to be elected)

 

LIZZIE DAWSON

269

JONATHAN MURTAGH

345

ELECTED

CLARE RAMPTON

345

ELECTED

KEN STILES

355

ELECTED

CAROLINE WISE

415

ELECTED

Spoilt ballot papers

2

Total ballot papers received

620

21%

Total ballot papers dispatched

2954

I am satisfied that there are no reasonable grounds for believing that there was any contravention of a requirement imposed by or under any enactment in relation to the election.

I am satisfied that the arrangements made with respect to the production, storage, distribution, return or other handling of the voting papers used in the election, and the arrangements for the counting of the votes, included all such security arrangements as were reasonably practicable for the purpose of minimising the risk that any unfairness or malpractice might occur.

I have been able to carry out my functions without such interference as would make it reasonable for any person to call my independence in relation to the union into question.

I have not inspected the register of members.  I was not requested by any member or candidate to inspect or examine a copy of the membership register.

ISU did not appoint an Independent Person under Section 51A of the Act.

Anne Hock – Managing Director – Popularis Ltd.”

Whilst we congratulate Caroline, Jonathan, Clare and Ken on being elected and commiserate with Lizzie, I would like to thank her for all the work she has undertaken while she has been on the NEC and I am also pleased to announce that she has agreed to carry on with the sterling work she is doing for the ISU, albeit in a slightly different capacity.

John Marc Edun

 

ISU National Vice Chairman

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