[esnr] Re: Voting on bye-laws

  • From: Foksfam@xxxxxxx
  • To: esnr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 15:37:52 EDT

Thanks for the deadline reminder John - I have now voted!  Just for  the 
record, I found Amendment Number 4 a little tricky, due to the  following 
a. Ordinary members.  Any person with professional qualifications  relevant 
to applied neuroscience.
It was the word 'relevant' that got me. I think that for clarity it  would 
have been helpful to have specified a list of professional qualifications  that 
are deemed 'relevant'.  Of course, it is too late in the day now to  clarify 
this, and I regret having left it so late!
The reason I think that this point is particularly important  is because 
those members not falling into the category of 'ordinary  members'  (or c or d) 
will be automatically be classified as 'Affiliate'  and will therefore not have 
a right to vote.  The right to vote is what  separates these catagories - 
Also - I have voted on the basis of the Amendment descriptors -  there seemed 
to be a few anomalies  in terms of article numbers, amendment  numbers and 
amendment descriptors (despite the explanation that scrapping  article III 
have a knock-on effect on numbering)- but maybe that  was just my 

You will be sadly missed at the Brits of course!  But, yes, I will try  and 
galvanise the group once more in the late autumn/early winter.   Perhaps 
November, because those of us in the UK will need a little  warmth...
Melissa Foks
MA Psychology of Education
+44 (0) 20 7207 0801

No warmth, no  cheerfulness, no healthful ease,
No comfortable feel in any member -
No  shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,
No fruits, no flowers, no birds, no  leaves, -
(Thomas Hood) 

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