Disqualified, appealed, won the election: The Linc reveals the issues surrounding Andreas Zacharia’s re-election that the SU kept secret.
The result for vice-president for activities in this year’s SU elections will be announced on Monday, March 28th but no candidates are being excluded after complaints of misconduct.
The results of the SU elections saw some shocking and not so-shocking results with the results of one role being suspended and Ary Sharif elected president.
A unique view of campaigns, interviews with Jonathan Holmes, Phil Krstic and Chris Charnley as well as the mood on campus – rewatch the SU election special videos.
As Chris Charnley steps down from the top job at the SU, there’s both a fresh and familiar face from the candidates who want to be the next SU president.
The role of Academic Affairs officer is hotly contested this year, with five candidates in the running for the position. It will also be important due to the higher education cuts and the upcoming rise in tuition fees.
Running unopposed for the role of vice-president for welfare is Kayleigh Taylor, as she looks to continue her work in to a second year.
Over the past year vice-president activities has been Andreas Zacharia, who has is running for the position again this year. Other candidates include John Conway and Michael Stewart.
Officially known as the community action and student fundraising officer, Alex Hancock and Sam Whewall are the candidates looking to take responsibility for RAG from Phil Krstic.
As the SU candidates are trying desperately to impress and get your vote, Suzy Aldridge wishes that they would just leave her alone and stop making a mess.