Contrary to the opinion of the General Control Commission (CCG), the AGEPoly Executive Board decided to support its Polyquity Commission in its participation in the women’s strike*.
What is the CCG? It is a group of AGEPoly volunteers, in charge of checking that the actions carried out by the association are in conformity with its statutes. Its opinion is advisory.
Following the Polyquity Commission’s participation in the women’s strike*, the CCG was seized anonymously and ruled that its participation in this strike, a political movement, violated the AGEPoly statutes.
AGEPoly board disagrees with CCG’s interpretation of the statutes and makes its case. It supports Polyquity’s participation in the women’s strike*.
Minutes of the CCG meeting here.
Our position here.