[lac-discuss-en] Motion of No Confidence - Substantiating the charge of Inattention to Duty
carlton.samuels at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 20:58:18 UTC 2015
Pursuant to the motion, I wish to substantiate the charge of "Inattention
By now the timeline comparing election cycles should be with all of you. I
am unanimous that LACRALO leadership was inattentive to their duty freely
entered with LACRALO.
If the usual claim of ignorance of the LACRALO Rules of Procedure is to be
sustained, then it is reasonable to conclude that acceptance of the
nominations was deceptive, even fraudulent acts.
If the claim is inability to access the meaning of LACRALO organising
instruments after time in office, then inattention is proved. Otherwise, it
is reasonable to conclude incompetence.
If the leadership knowingly made decisions and failed to acknowledge the
LACRALO Rules of Procedure or seek guidance from those knowledgeable of the
Rules of Procedure, it is reasonable to conclude gross irresponsibility and
I am requesting official translation of this message by At-Large Staff.
Carlton A Samuels
*Strategy, Planning, Governance, Assessment & Turnaround*
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