NEC election results 2017

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The results of the election for members of our national executive committee are now available.

Voting closed at noon today and we have received the results from the independent scrutineers.

PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka said:

Congratulations to all candidates elected to the NEC. I look forward to working with you over the year ahead. My commiserations to those candidates unsuccessful this time.

My particular congratulations go to Janice Godrich who has been elected as National President for the 16th time, a fantastic achievement unequalled in any other union. I look forward to continuing our close working relationship in advancing PCS members’ interests during the next year.

National President Janice Godrich said of her election:

I am very honoured to have been elected for the 15th year to the post of PCS National President. It is a post I enjoy and feel privileged to have been endorsed by members. I and the National Executive Committee now look forward to meeting branches and delegate at our annual conference in a weeks time. We have many challenges and important campaigns ahead. Ending the public sector pay freeze, opposing office closures and improving our terms and conditions to name a few. Additionally as the UK faces a June General Election we should all recommit ourselves to building a more equal, just and fairer society.

View the NEC election results from ERS here.

Voting for the HMRC Group Executive Committee elections remains open until noon on Thursday 18 May. If you haven’t already voted, you can find out how to do so and details of the branch’s recommendations here.


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