To the Editor:
The calls for transparency today are now louder than they have ever been. The Diocesan Council of the Eastern Diocese must act in accordance to good faith, but will Mr. James Kalustian, chairman, allow that to occur?
In “A Statement from the Diocesan Council Regarding the Diocesan Development Plan Proposal” (August 14, 2018 Mirror-Spectator), the Diocesan Council of the Eastern Diocese asserts what they perceive as “harsh attacks based on misinformation” have driven the discussion about the potential sale of the Diocesan Center in New York City.
Why would the whole community be in uproar, if they had the proper information to see for themselves if this sale would be beneficial in the first place?
Mr. Kalustian adds to the confusion with his own misinformation during his interview with the Armenian Mirror-Spectator ” (August 14, 2018) when he stated, “We are still negotiating the terms of the two options. When those are done we are going to go back [to the Diocesan Assembly]. We intend to do that anyway.”
Huh? What? Really?