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A President acting against a passed motion

Guest Leo Pelot

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My question  is on the rights of a President to act against a passed motion. What happened was there was a motion, seconded and passed by vote to send two women to an up coming meeting away from work. The President comes up to one of the women several days before the meeting and says she can't go, just the other woman. As it goes the second woman never went, she said she was sick. Fees had been paid to attend this meeting also. So can the President stop someone from attending a meeting that was agreed upon at a Monthly Union Meeting?


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