Online Referendum Results: 25-28 May 2015

 

 

Yes

 

No

 

Total

Should the Otago University Students’ Association Annual Audited Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2014 be received and accepted?

 

97.14%

 

2.86%

 

560

Should the Otago University Students’ Association Annual Report for 2014 be received and accepted?

 

97.68%

 

2.32%

 

560

Should PricewaterhouseCoopers be appointed as Auditors for the Otago University Students’ Association for 2015?

 

90.2%

 

9.8%

 

561

Should Anderson Lloyd be appointed as Honorary Solicitors for the Otago University Students’ Association for 2015?

 

92.72%

 

7.28%

 

563

Relevant documents for download:

> Explanatory notes for May 2015 Referendum
> OUSA Financial Statement for 2014
> 2014 President’s Annual Report

Online Referenda and Student Forums

Online referenda are one of the many ways you can have your say through OUSA. Whether it's about university policy or a wider issue, you can change OUSA's stance.

Online referenda are used to guide OUSA policy; it's a direct online vote allowing every University of Otago student to have their say.

Student forums provide an opportunity for students to discuss the questions that will be in the Online Referenda. You can also submit your own questions/motions for online referenda. For example, if you think OUSA should support or oppose the Stadium, you can submit a referendum question so that students can have a say.

How to Move a motion
For more information contact secretary@ousa.org.nz or refer to the OUSA Constitution.

 

April 2015 By-Election - Education and Campaigns - RESULTS

Please note that these results are provisional pending the expiration of the period in which candidates may appeal decisions of the Returning Officer during the voting period.

Candidates

Education Officer

Votes

Zachariah Roy Al-Alami

309

Laura Harris

298

Anton Hovius

183

No confidence in these candidates

44

TOTAL

834

 

Campaigns Portfolio Executive Officer

Votes

Nick Findlay

298

Sean Gamble

295

Henry Napier

201

No confidence in these candidates

34

TOTAL

828