In accordance with Sub-Rule 47 (h) of the MUA Rules, the Returning Officer advises that the Ballot Count will commence at approximately 9am on Tuesday, June 16 2015 in the main Boardroom above level 2 at the MUA National Office at 365 Sussex Street, Sydney.
In accordance with the MUA Rules, the Women’s Committee Rules and past practice for Women’s Committee Elections, the Nomination period has now opened and female members who wish to nominate for a State or Territory position on the National Women’s Committee may download the nomination form here.
The documents pertaining to Scrutineers are now available here:
Please read the following important information for the procedure on applying for either a replacement ballot paper, or absentee vote:
Candidate Statements for the Upcoming Quadrennial Elections are available to view and download from here.
Candidates should be aware that in conformity with Sub-Rule 46(d) of the MUA Rules, they are entitled to receive upon request, the Final Roll of Voters in paper and/or electronic form provided they lodge the appropriate signed Application Form along with the relevant payment for the type of Roll requested.
Consistent with the application of the Rules, the following nominations have been received and accepted. These were subject to final confirmation regarding Rule 45(e).
The following information is provided to members to assist in the preparation for the conduct of the 2015 -2019 Election. It includes an explanation of the various steps to be taken by members, the National Council, existing officials and the National Returning Officers. The information provided hereunder also refers to a timetable summary, which is on the MUA Website to assist members.
In accordance with the Rules, the National Secretary advises that National Council has determined that the 2015 Quadrennial Election shall be for the positions as listed:
National Secretary Paddy Crumlin has advised that following the 2014 National Council Bill Giddins was appointed as National Returning Officer to fill a vacancy created by the then unavailability of Phil Byrne due to family illness. This was endorsed by the Annual General Meeting of the Union.