NZCS changes voting rules

The New Zealand Computer Society has decided to halve the number of councillors and give more votes to representatives of the larger regions.

The New Zealand Computer Society has decided to halve the number of councillors and give more votes to representatives of the larger regions.

At a recent meeting the council decided that each region would have one councillor instead of two, and passed a motion to give two votes to representatives of regions with at least 35% of the national membership.

NZCS president Bruce McLean says each region will appoint a councillor and an understudy who can replace the councillor if needed. Currently, both the Wellington and Auckland regions have enough members to qualify for two votes each.

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