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09-21-2012, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by romelson View Post
There was a vote and "majoriteten var stor", i.e. "the majority was large". Probably something more like 11-2, possibly 10-3. And yes, there are 13 seats in the board, not twelve.
I can read.. Frick is kinda obviously twisting it to sound convincing, maybe more convincing than it is. In a SVT interview, he didn't want to say if all the clubs were on board or not. So I take it they're not, this is "merely" a majority decision, which leads me to ask what can actually be gained here in the end. First he says they all think the same, and then he says each to his own. So what is the appeal actually about? Just so they can say they're right?

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