THE GAA’s management committee has been given emergency powers during the Covid-19 emergency.
A special congress, held remotely via video conference this afternoon, has voted to transfer powers from Congress to the 16-person management committee.
The committee now have the authority to alter competition structures as they see fit during the next 12 weeks. That period could be extended by further eight-week periods once approved by central council.
The motions before today’s congress were unopposed.
“The motions at the GAA’s Special Congress for a temporary governance structure in emergency situations, was passed unopposed,” a brief statement from the GAA said.
Donegal was represented by Central Council delegate Sean Dunnion.Tags: