APN chief publicly responds to suspension

APN chief publicly responds to suspension

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Chief RoseAnne Archibald, suspended by the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) last Friday, responds sharply to her association.

Ms. Archibald questions Monday on the Twitter platform the procedure for awarding contracts within the APN and asks for more transparency and honesty.

She invites members of the First Nations to the social network to contact their #leader and council to request a #forensic audit on salary payments and contracts at the APN.

She demands in the following publication an independent investigation into #corruption, collusion and the toxic environment at the AFN.

By this gesture, RoseAnne Archibald contravenes the directive of her board of directors which ordered her at the time of her suspension on Friday not to publicly discuss the ongoing investigationin addition to banning him from attending the annual general meeting and the assembly of chiefs in early July in Vancouver.

Chief Archibald also argues that the APN is resisting to change and that her work as an Aboriginal politician has always been guided by a fight against the patriarchy, corruption and oppression.

The APN justified the suspension of Ms. Archibald last Friday by serious breaches of his obligations to the AFN [au moyen d’]unsubstantiated public attacks on the integrity of our organization and our people, which will only serve to undermine the good work we do.



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