The Student Union regularly makes decisions that have consequences for individuals and/or groups (associations, organisations). The Student Union board naturally tries to weigh the consequences of a decision up front and tries to make the right decision. Yet it may happen that your interests are not sufficiently recognised. If you do not agree with a decision, you can file an objection with the board of the Student Union in the manner as stated in article 4 of the basic regulations. The board will decide whether they meet the objection or not.
If you are not satisfied after filing the complaint, you can appeal to the Board of Trustees of the Student Union. How this should be done is stated in article 4 of the basic regulations.