Exclusive: Call to void RACP election results after 'irregularities’

Some of the country’s biggest names in medicine are calling for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians to re-run its presidential elections, alleging last month’s vote was compromised by “procedural irregularities”.

The college elections ran from 3 March to 4 April and resulted in a new president-elect, New Zealand gastroenterologist Associate Professor Mark Lane. 

Now a formal complaint has been made to the college board by a group of seven members calling for the results to be voided and an independent