Dear European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights,
I am a member of the Committee of the Cyprus Bridge Federation as well as a member of the National Bridge Team for Cyprus.At the last AGM,a group of people managed to pass a motion prohibiting the members of the National Team to be elected on the Committee.They alleged 'conflict of interests' even though the National Team is selected after a competition every year.This means I have to resign from my position on the Committee and for as long as I am a member of the National Team,I cannot stand for election.
In my mind,this violates my human rights.Your advise please
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