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Posted on Nov 15, 2012 in EVENT

Useful information for the upcoming CSAC election

Election Day & Time: Sat 17.11.2012, 14:30-16:00

Where: Toad Hall, ANU, Canberra


Dear all friends,

The followings are useful information for the upcoming CSAC election.

1. Voting eligibility: All Cambodian students who are currently studying in Canberra are eligible to vote.

2. Criteria to become the candidate for the role of CSAC executive committee leader. All students who wish to submit themselves to become leaders of the CSAC executive committee must satisfy all of the following criteria:
2-a. S/he is a student who has been studying in Canberra at least for the last semester;
2-b. will be able to stay here in Canberra for the next two semesters to fulfil the mandate;
2-c. is willing to carry out objectives of the CSAC in accordance with the defined vision and mission;
2-d. is able to understand and value the Cambodian culture of unity and mutual help; and
2-e. is willing to promote the interest of the Cambodian students as a whole community rather than different small groups.

3. Students who wish to help other Cambodian students for this and the next generations and wish to become leaders of the CSAC executive committee for the 2013 mandate, please feel free to contact me or one of the current executive committee members to express the interest. The procedure of the election will be similar to last year. Candidates will be allocated 5 to 10 minutes to give a speech to convince the rest of the members before the vote can be casted. After the election is concluded, the newly elected President and Vice-President can form a new team to provide service to all the Cambodian students in Canberra.

Join with the CSAC to help strengthen the spirit of solidarity and mutual help among all Cambodian students and communities in Canberra!


Bunthan Eang
Cambodian Students’ Association in Canberra (CSAC),
ACT International Student Ambassador,
Master of Public Policy,
Crawford School of Public Policy,
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific,
M/P: 0410 649 588

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