Disclosing the Discussions of a Meeting

Members of boards of directors and school faculties often have to render decisions that will be met with disapproval by those affected.  It is forbidden for anyone attending such a meeting to disclose the names of people who spoke or voted against a person’s interests.

Even without mentioning any names you are forbidden to say “I myself was on your side.  But what could I do?  I was outvoted by the other members.” ~ Guard Your Tongue

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