Tag Archive for Agora Enschede ’12

First-Time Visitor at the Agora

In my previous Agorae, visitors used to tell me how great it was to be a visitor in a statutory event, without any obligations. Late wake-up, breakfast, maybe some sightseeing, maybe a plenary, lunch, catching up with old friends, dinner, and party till the morning. It never sounded appealing to me, and I replied by saying that I would not miss… Read more →

No More Space for Alcohol

The last day of Agora Enschede was eventful. Not only because of the fact that the results were revealed but also because the diplomas were handed over to the winners of The AEGEEans Choice Awards, two new Working Groups were approved by the Agora, and the day ended quite late, maybe a bit too late in accordance with the expectations… Read more →

Update from Agora Enschede: Voting Results of the Vote of Confidence

This morning the Chair Team of Agora Enschede presented the voting results for the Vote of Confidence of Comité Directeur (CD):  Alfredo Sellitti,  President of AEGEE-Europe, did not receive the Vote of Confidence. He is no longer the President of AEGEE-Europe. Alma Mozgovaja, Secretary General, received 140 votes in favor and 105 against her. With this vote she received the… Read more →

Vote for Confidence for the Comité Directeur done today at Agora Enschede!

Yesterday evening at Agora Enschede the vote of confidence for the Comité Directeur (CD) took place. To sum it up, at the beginning the whole procedure took over two hours. At 21:30 the delegates left the plenary exhausted after 12 hours full of sessions.  Alfredo Sellitti, President of AEGEE-Europe, was the first one of the CD members who spoke in… Read more →

Urgent news: Vote of Confidence against the Comité Directeur (CD) at Agora Enschede!

Five members of the Comité Directeur (CD), Marko Grdošić, Gizem Karsli, Jüri Kirpu, Elena Antova and Guillermo García Tabarés, asked for a vote of confidence against Alfredo Sellitti, President of AEGEE-Europe at the opening plenary of Agora Enschede. After the first moment the plenary was so quiet as it never had been before. It is a serious situation now. No… Read more →