VOTING SLIP ERROR HOLDS UP RIBA ELECTION RACE
The results of the RIBA presidential election will be delayed for up to two weeks following problems with the international ballot papers. It is understood that the organisation charged with arranging the election, the Electoral Reform Society, failed to send out the international voting slips in time for them all to be returned.The RIBA has promised that candidates Simon Foxell, Richard Saxon, Valerie Owen, Brian Godfrey, Jack Pringle and Ian Salisbury will be told who will succeed ...
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