AMA claims vindication after landslide victory in AGM vote

Some 95% of members who took part supported changes to the AMA's constitution.
Professor Steve Robson.

The federal AMA has secured a landslide victory in its fight over controversial constitutional changes designed to secure the future viability of one of its state bodies.

At Wednesday’s AGM, 95% of 2600 members who took part voted in favour of the reforms, which will allow AMA Tasmania to merge formally with the federal AMA on 1 June.