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With authority comes responsibility.

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Whilst we are currently enthralled with the ongoing Post Office inquiry as to who is responsible and ultimately accountable. A scenario within Irish masonry is developing that would also demand clarity.    

A Grand Master (IC) read a statement at a provincial meeting. ‘‘I wish to state clearly that every PGM represents the M. W. Grand Master in his particular Province and has the equivalent authority therein.’’  The statement was later circulated.

If ‘equivalent authority’ is the case, then an allegation against a PGM clearly extends that the allegation is also upon the GM.

Does the buck stop at the GM as he is solely responsible for nominating his PGM’s?

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