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Nesil CaliskanOn Wednesday Enfield Council's Councillor Conduct Committee will meet to consider the appeal launched by the council's leader, Cllr Nesil Caliskan, against the findings of the council's monitoring officer that she had breached the council's code of conduct and that some of her actions "amounted to bullying".

The meeting, held in public, will take place on 4th September at 6.30pm at the Civic Centre.

The paperwork for the meeting, published on the council website, includes considerable detail regarding the allegations, the monitoring officer's investigations and the grounds for the appeal.

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Press reporting

Enfield council leader challenges bullying ruling (Enfield Independent 28 August 2019)

Enfield council leader in second code of conduct breach (Enfield Independent 18 June 2019)

Enfield Council leader found to have bullied colleague (Enfield Independent 10 June 2019)

Council leader 'bullied colleague' over suspension (Enfield Dispatch 10 June 2019)

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