Six Nation Election Code Committee and Integrity Commission roles may merge

By Lisa Iesse Writer According to documents obtained by Turtle Island News the role of the Six Nations Election Code Ccommittee (SNECC) may be expanding to take over the powers of what was an independent Integrity Commission. SNECC chair, Audrey Hill said the election code committee “Terms of Reference” show a “big change” to the Election Code Committee’s mandate giving unprecedented powers to dismiss or redirect complaints before they reach the Integrity Commission. The SNECC began a review of the Six Nations Election Code Integrity Commission rules a few months ago. Hill and committee member Sharon Martin presented the idea that their committee review the role of an integrity commission to Six nations Elected Council (SNECC) in November 2023. SNEC did not pass any motions in relation to the SNECC taking over…

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