Councillor Nathan Wright: AFN, COO process promotes disunity

By Victoria Gray Writer Attendance and process at the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Special Chiefs Assembly (SCA) is concerning to Six Nations elected Chief Mark Hill. Hill expressed his disappointment with the three-day virtual meeting during Six Nations Elected Council’s General Council (SNEC) meeting on December 13 and said it may no longer serve its intended purpose. “How can we then, now look to taking time away from our communities to make these decisions if it’s not structured in a way that brings the utmost efficiencies?” he said. He said attendance is a very concerning issue because on the first days there were just enough chiefs present to gain quorum and that quorum is questionable. There are 41 chiefs registered, but only 22 chiefs or proxies showed up. The…

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