THE TT Super League’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be resuming on Sunday, according to a media release issued by the league’s secretary Peter Thomas, on behalf of the board members Eddison Dean, George Joseph, Colin Murray and Anderson Veronique.
“The board is alarmed by the claim of interim president Jameson Rigues, that he has received permission from an unnamed person, for the league to continue its AGM, including the by-election for the post of league president, at Cascadia Hotel,” the media release said.
The board insisted the 2020 AGM “is already underway” and it “has already decided to resume the meeting virtually on December 6 after it was illegally aborted by Rigues on November 29.”
Rigues was challenging former Strike Squad captain Clayton Morris for the post of president, which was vacated by Keith Look Loy in October.
With regards to the Cascadia Hotel in St Ann’s, “(it) is being used by the Ministry of Health as a covid19 facility and it would be height of irresponsibility to expose members to the attendant health risk by hosting a meeting there.”
Rigues was accused of operating “unilaterally and refuses to accept the collective authority and decision making of the Board.”
The media release ended, “We assure the public that Super League business (is) being properly conducted by its membership and that the AGM will continue as scheduled.”