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Submitted by AWL on Mon, 11/03/2013 - 10:56

After the March 2013 elections, the newly created ULU executive (the three existing sabbaticals, a new sabbatical Women's Officer and a number of part-time officers, replacing the old Trustee Board) is heavily dominated by the left, mostly supporters of the NCAFC.

Michael Chessum, elected President in a by-election last November after Sean Rillo-Raczka resigned, was easily re-elected. Daniel Cooper was narrowly re-elected Vice President, despite a major campaign against him following his refusal to take part in official, pro-war "remembrance" ceremonies.

The full results are here. We will make a statement about the election soon.

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