Thursday, October 19, 2006
Senate Meeting Summary
Here's a summary of posts about the Senate meeting today, or yesterday, or whatever.
ASUC Senators seek to run a PR offensive so they control the information, with their usual unexplained or blatantly false explanations.
Politics halts all business, as a Solicitor General isn't appointed.
Mark Himelstein, Oren Gabriel, and their lawyers make a deal without official ASUC approval. The Executives agree to take questions from senators.
Oren lies that the Judicial Council said they did nothing wrong. Judicial Council judgment shows the lie.
Student Action is suddenly a supporter of DAAP, in a total reversal from two years ago. Oren lies about the DAAP case.
The Executives say their lawyer helped them win the Judicial Council appeal, but a comparison of their lawyer-assembled brief and the Judicial Council decision suggests otherwise.
The Executives pretty much admit they're only in it to win and don't give a crap about autonomy or principle.
A description of where the money is going to come from.
In summary, let me leave you with this claim: According to the Executives, their due process rights under the U.S. Constitution were violated.
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