Saturday, 6 April 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Wales Tory Youth Election Legitimacy in Doubt.



Conservative Future (CF) Wales members have alerted tbg to concerns they have about the legitimacy of their upcoming Regional Executive elections.

tbg has been contacted by deeply concerned CF'ers about the fact the executive election is being organised and run by the newly elected Wales Chairman Christopher Harries.

One CF Wales source told tbg - "In the run up to the election Harries promised deputy chairman positions to more people than positions available. Deputy Chairman Political was promised to four different people in Cardiff, Swansea, Lampeter and Aberystwyth. During the debate he came out and said that there will be an election."

Sources also revealed to tbg that in order to carry out a vote the CF Wales Leader has created "a new email" for Wales CF'ers to send their votes to and apparently has "complete control over that email address".

Another Tory Youth member who is in the running for a position on the Wales CF regional executive told tbg:

"These elections raise serious concerns. This election should be run by Wales HQ, not Christopher Harries himself.

"As a candidate for the regional executive I have serious reservations over these elections. There is a real possibility of vote rigging and votes of members being made public. Wales CF has been non-existent for many years, this could be a terrible start for its revival."


[UPDATE] EXCLUSIVE: Wales Tory Youth Election Binned After 'Ballots Opened and Shared'

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

he promised santa clause deputy chair political as well I heard

Tom Giffard said...

I'd encourage the candidate that has doubts about the legitimacy of the election to take it to either Christopher, Cooper or Wales HQ themselves before trying to create a story out of it on TBG!

Anonymous said...

How did this guy even win in the first place?

S. Johnson Esq. said...

I whole heatedly believe that Christopher Harries will hold just and fair elections. Indeed, he had been told by CCHQ to appoint and not to hold elections. One cannot complain about a lack of democracy where there was previously none. It is not the fault of Harries that he had to take the burden of keeping the votes as it is well known that CCHQ refused to do it.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Johnson. CCHQ would have not told anyone the sort.

Anonymous said...

"One cannot complain about a lack of democracy where there was previously none"

hohohohohoho so many holes could be punched through that statement.

Anonymous said...

Harries discussed with Wales party board and with CCHQ Cardiff he isn't the returning officer so what's the beef
Patrick Baker

Anonymous said...

Harris is a WILD GUN. He was at conference and said some stupid and pathetic things. I am not surprised to see him stitching up taff cf

Anonymous said...

Baaaah!

Anonymous said...

Chris Harrues is rigging the election so Jasmine Rahman is his deputy

Anonymous said...

Firstly I don't have complete control of the email address used for the election it's being supervised by a member of staff at Wales HQ, secondly votes are anonymous however someone inadvertently posted there votes on the Wales CF Facebook page.

Christopher Harries

Anonymous said...

GLORIOUS LEADER HAS NOT COMMENTED ON THIS SCANDAL YET? HAS SOMEONE PHONED HIS HOUSE IN SKEGNESS?

Anonymous said...

Lies, lies, cover up and more lies from CF leader.

Anonymous said...

Only a month in and Christopher is embroiled in his first scandal. One thought this would happen a lot sooner!

Anonymous said...

Unconfirmed reports that Jasmine Rahman has received 69 votes without being on the ballot paper

Anonymous said...

@11.06

Aahahaha, I just spilt my coffee reading that.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like your style of writing in the letter of complaint.

Anonymous said...

Johnson. The complaint reads very similar to your style of writing.

Anonymous said...

As we all know, smoking is really bad for your health. What a lot of people don't realize is that when you smoke, those few minutes of your expected lifespan are literally transformed into the ash you flick away into an ashtray. Ashtrays, each and every one of them, are constructed by a single group running several dozen front companies.
Basically, unless you're putting out your smokes beneath your heel or in the ashtray your kid made at camp, you're dispensing your ashen life into this group's eager little recepticle. Their ashtrays absorb the life force from the ashes and sends it to a central holding facility. No one knows for sure what these guys are going to do when they've collected all that life energy, but it's probably going to be huge.
Incidentally, there's talk of a rival organization leading the anti-smoking political agenda from behind the scenes. They probably figure removing smoking sections, and thus ashtrays, from restaurants and bars is a good first step towards thwarting whatever it is this ashtray company is trying to do.

Anonymous said...

Oliver Cooper doesn't seem bothered about regional issues like this. What an absolute useless waste of space.

Anonymous said...

@1.33 pm

I am not surprised Oliver Cooper wants to stay away from Chrustopher, because he is going to ruin Olivers reputation.

Remember the article naming Oliver as "Oily Cooper" Yeah that was Chrustopher!

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Anonymous said...

Is Jasmine going to comment on her fianc├ęs actions?

Anonymous said...

Cruststopher is a pillock of the highest order!

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