No, I think the questions of community representation on the Board and the
creation of an independent body able to represent the communities are
orthogonal. I do not see anyone suggesting that the Board should not have
But I see the need for a body representing the communities that does not
derive its power from the Board, but from the communities directly.
On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 8:20 AM, Dariusz Jemielniak <darekj(a)alk.edu.pl>
Am I the only one who would rather see an independent body represent the
communities than one subordinate to the Board?
My concern is that in the long run such a body may lead to excluding
community representation from the Board ("since we have a community body
already..."). Also, I think that we're lacking a senate, not a government
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