Annual General Meeting 2016

The Annual General Meeting of the Hungarian Society will be on the 28th of February, at 6pm in the OCR, Trinity College. We encourage all members to join – there shall be drinks & snacks provided.

The order of running shall be:

  • 6pm – Hustings
    – Access Officer
    – Events Officer
    – Junior Treasurer
    – Secretary
    – President

    Each candidate will have 5 minutes to talk about their manifesto, followed by Q&A.
    After this, anonymous voting shall take place.

  • 7pm – Annual review by the current Committe.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1097433926975275/

Please find the nominees for the next academic years, and their manifestos below.

President

Ágnes Szuda and Péter Juhász as Co-presidents
Proposed by: Bence Börcsök. Seconded by: Anna Kalmár.
Manifesto

Barnabás Hegedűs as President and Tamás Sztanka-Tóth as Vice-President
Proposed by: Márton Péter Price, Seconded by: Attila Szabó.
Manifesto

Secretary

Attila Szabó
Proposed by: Péter Juhász. Seconded by: Márton P. Price.
Manifesto

Junior Treasurer

Gergely Horváth
Proposed by: Márton P. Price. Seconded by: Tamás Sztanka-Tóth.
Manifesto

Access

Marcell Fekete
Proposed by: Attila Szabó. Seconded by: Adrienn Jenei.
Manifesto

Events

Adrienn Jenei and Vera Upor
Manifesto

Annual General Meeting 2015

This year’s Elections will take place during the Annual General Meeting. For info about the meeting click here or visit the facebook event

Manifestos 2015

Please find the nominees for the next academic years, and their manifestos below.

President

Márton P. Price
Proposed by: Bence Börcsök. Seconded by: Bence Bánhalmi.
Manifesto

Secretary

Zsófia Sophansay
Proposed by: Márton P. Price.
Manifesto

Zoltán Szenczi
Proposed by: Bence Börcsök.
Manifesto

Junior Treasurer

Péter Juhász
Proposed by: Márton P. Price. Seconded by: Bence Börcsök.
Manifesto

Access

Attila Szabó
Proposed by: György Bencskó. Seconded by: Márton P. Price.
Manifesto

Events

Ágnes Szuda together with Emese Thamó
Proposed by: Anna Kalmár. Seconded by: Márton P. Price.
Manifesto