(1) The Annual General Meeting of Fiji Rugby Union shall be held on a
date fixed by the Board of Directors for the purposes of:
(a) Receiving the Annual Report and Statement of Accounts of Fiji Rugby Union and the Annual Audit and Compliance Report for the past Financial Year;
(b) Electing persons to fill any vacancy in the offices of President, Trustee or Director;
(c) Appointing an Auditor; and
(d) Considering any other business of which a least thirty days’
notice shall be given in writing to the Chief Executive.
(2) Members shall be given at least twenty-one days’ notice of the date of an Annual General Meeting and the Meeting shall be held no later than the last week of April in each year.
(3) The Annual Report of Fiji Rugby Union shall be prepared by the Board of Directors and together with the Annual Statement of Accounts of Fiji Rugby Union duly audited and the Annual Audit and Compliance Report shall be circulated among the members so as to be received by them at least seven days before the date fixed for the meeting.
(4) Notices of resolutions for the Annual General Meeting must be in the hands of the Chief Executive at least thirty days before the meeting.
Fijileaks Editor: The reason for moving the date was not made clear, and announced a day before the schedule. We would hazard a guess that the audit/accounts were not in place. Either way technically Saturday's proposed AGM is illegal under the FRU 'Constitution' which was amended in 2010.