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Statement from the Board of Motorcycling New Zealand

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The Governing Board of Motorcycling New Zealand wishes to advise that an irregularity has occurred with respect to the 2017 election process surrounding the MNZ board member position for North Island Road.

 

This recent discovery has been discussed with all affected candidates that stood for this position.

MNZ has decided to proceed under section 20 of the MNZ constitution and also to follow its legal advisors opinion that we should re-run the election process for this position.

 

The North Island Road board position will be open to any qualifying person to be nominated.

 

Motorcycling New Zealand will use the independent services of BDO auditing Waikato to conduct the electronic voting process.  Any current MNZ north island member is eligible to vote for candidate(s).

 

Further details and process moving forward will be announced shortly.

 

Yours in Motorcycling

Governing Board MNZ

 

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