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noimagesWith one thousand plus signatures in hand a group of members/owners of La Inmaculada Credit Union sent a letter to the Board of Directors of the institution today. The letter is directed to the chairlady of the Board of Directors Ena Martinez. In it the members/owners are requesting that the Annual General Meeting, which is way over due, to be held on August 15th as per article nine of the credit union by-laws. The letter further states that during the meeting the members/owners are asking for the following pointers to be discussed. One: Delay in 2015 annual general meeting, 2: Report of Audit, 3: Dividends due and four: Termination of Mrs. Yolanda Gomez. Attached to the letter are the more than 1,000 signatures of member/owners gathered by the group. The letter along with the signatures were also sent to Glenford Ysaguirre the Governor of the Central Bank of Belize.

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