Rebecca Timmer elected new BIJ1 leader | Currently

Rebecca Timmer elected new BIJ1 leader |  Currently

BIJ1 members on Saturday elected 22-year-old Rebecca Timmer as the new head of the party. A party spokesman said she won 74 percent of the vote. Timmer was a former member of the BIJ1 Board of Directors and is an employee of the House faction.

After her opponent, Jursica Mills, abruptly withdrew last week, Temer was the only remaining candidate for the party’s leadership. Former party chairman Mills resigned in protest of “toxicity and nepotism” within the party.

Mills were according to Albarol We also disagree with Temer’s candidacy. The selection committee gave her negative advice. “It appears that Rebecca does not pay much attention to accomplishing the practical and administrative tasks necessary to keep BIJ1 operating as an organization,” the panel ruled. Albarol† The Amsterdam branch of BIJ1 is said to have endorsed the decision of the selection committee.

“BIJ1 is entering a new phase thanks to the members,” 22-year-old Temer said in reaction after being elected as the new party chairwoman during the general members meeting. “It is time to recover from a rough period, to reflect on what happened within our party, and to find out what can be done better and what steps we need to take.”

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