The HSU has received the post-election report from the Australian Electoral Commission.

The report identified several matters, generally relating to problems interpreting or implementing the current rules of the HSU, to which the HSU must respond. The written response must be made to the AEC within 30 days.

HSU will provide a copy of our response to members at the same time as we send the response to the AEC.

A copy of the report is available here.

Download HSU Post-Election Report 2018

20/12/18: Lloyd Williams, HSU National Secretary, has responded to the 2018 HSU Post-Election Report.

Download Response to HSU Post-Election Report 2018

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