Faction Meeting on Sunday at 1PM SLT?

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Diderot Mirabeau
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Faction Meeting on Sunday at 1PM SLT?

Post by Diderot Mirabeau »

I have found my previous engagement on Sunday will not take me away for as long as I initially thought and I therefore propose that we hold a meeting this Sunday @ 1PM SLT in the theatre of Colonia Nova where we discuss the following:

1. Who will be candidates for our party?
2. Can we approve of the draft manifesto as it stands?
3. Can we approve of our position on the judiciary?
4. [Any other proposed positions that may be developed until then]
5. How do we go about campaigning for the elections?

If you agree that it's a good idea I will proceed to list it as an event in the forums.
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Post by Beathan »

Sounds good.

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As previously explained elsewhere, I cannot attend at that time.
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Post by Diderot Mirabeau »

[quote="Aliasi Stonebender":26fk2266]As previously explained elsewhere, I cannot attend at that time.[/quote:26fk2266]
Oops sorry - I didn't intend to snub you on this, Aliasi. It doesn't seem like we're able to find a time for this weekend where we can all meet up. Perhaps Thursday evening is better then even if it is a bit early compared to the work that still needs to be done.

Rudy what's your take on this?
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Post by Beathan »

I am attending the Posner lecture from 6 to 8 tonight (Thursday).

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