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Athletics Fiji to hold AGM

Emoni Narawa
Wednesday, March 19, 2014

ATHLETICS Fiji will have its annual general meeting on March 29.

This was confirmed in a statement from the Oceania National Olympic Committee president Doctor Robin Mitchell.

Dr Mitchell was asked by the International Association of Athletics Federations to help resolve the rift in Athletics Fiji.

Dr Mitchell said he met the elected executives of Athletics Fiji yesterday to review their discussions over the past few weeks and finalise arrangements for the 2014 AGM for the federation.

He said they finalised the meeting on March 29 "at a venue to be decided in the West".

"This period would allow us time to review the membership of Athletics Fiji, so that the names of affiliated clubs and their representatives, who are entitled to attend and vote at the AGM, will be confirmed before the start of the meeting.

"At the annual general meeting, the election for the executive committee of Athletics Fiji will take place and shall consist of the duly-elected officers plus one (1) representative selected by all the affiliated clubs (Constitution of Athletics Fiji Revised 2008)."








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