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Bid to reform Royal Society of New Zealand fails

                             

Motion for change lapses at “extraordinary meeting” of society fellows, but unrest continues

A motion to reform the administration of the Royal Society of New Zealand has failed.

The motion was part of a letter containing grievances around free speech and society processes. It was considered at an “extraordinary meeting” of the society on 13 April, but the rules of the society did not allow the motion to be voted on.

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