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Apr
10

inter-period thoughts on the ruling

It’s in between periods, and I don’t really want to edit my full response to the Student ‘Court’ ruling. I’ll put it up tomorrow morning, but suffice it to say that I find grave and serious flaws in their jurisprudence. Basically, I feel that the ‘court’ has stampeded headlong into the realm of policy after a seriously flawed process.

The Court responded to my earlier email, and the salient thing for me in their response is the confirmation that they didn’t look at the AUS Election Guidelines. They have asked me not to publish the results on the AMS or Ubyssey website (because, you know, I have control over the Ubyssey), so I won’t release the response on here in deference.

Anyway, we’re up 2-0, but there’s a long time to go yet. Go Canucks Go!

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