Jaume de Marcos broke the news on the blogosphere — in Castillian Spanish — of the Result of the election for Executive Committee members 2006-2009.
The upshot is the British Unitarians have a directly elected governing board. That’s the good news. The bad news is the electoral role is 2,563 — meaning the legal Unitarian membership in Great Britain looks a whole lot smaller than previously thought (though some members may not be on that roll.)
It will be interesting to see how direct democratic elections will work, and if there will be any calls to try the same in the United States.