ACT Board Member Resigns

October 12th, 2006 at 9:54 am by David Farrar

The NZ Herald reports that Andrew Fulford, Central region board member for ACT, has resigned from ACT’s Board after just six months.

Fulford’s criticism’s are that the party was dominated and encumbered by its libertarian wing, not the Douglas faction which he belongs to. This is not surprisingly as most of the Douglas faction have left or gone inactive.

He also says the Board has become a glorified electorate committee for Epsom.

I’m surprised that Mr Fulford has taken so long to realise Rodney has strong libertarian tendencies. It’s hardly a state secret.

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