This is a cop out and the Aboriginal people of …

Comment on Patricia Miller accepts retirement as of two days ago by Elvis.

This is a cop out and the Aboriginal people of Central Australia should not be happy about the board’s conduct and that of the retiring CEO.
There has been so much happening in regards to legal matters for Aboriginal people while the Board and the CEO have not done a thing except get good dollars for their respected duties.
The place needs a good clean out, starting with the board to fix up the bad management that has taken place over twenty years.
If you want to see good management and representation in legal matters regarding Aboriginal people, take a look at the way NAAJA represents its clients and the service they provide. That legal operation (board and CEO) make CAALAS look like pre-schoolers.
Get to the AGM and put the service delivery needs of the people first, starting by electing a good board that knows about the issues!

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