Referendum seeks to change attendance guidelines, amend conflicts of interest for ASUC Judicial Council, Elections Council

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Campus will have to decide whether or not to pass a referendum, known as Protecting the Checks and Balances of the ASUC Constitution, during the 2021 ASUC election season. According to Jedidiah Tsang, chief of staff for the ASUC executive vice president, the referendum modifies the ASUC Constitution’s conflict of interest section for the ASUC Judicial Council and ASUC Elections Council.

For the 2021 ASUC election season, the campus student body will decide whether or not to pass a referendum that amends ASUC Judicial Council attendance guidelines and aims to decrease conflicts of interest in the Judicial Council and ASUC Elections Council.
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