You have, of course, absolutely right, and I have been in contact with Amnesty but stuck in their official spokesperson Madelaine Seidlitz, despite several letters refuses to answer questions, but asking me to come back on the phone. Madelaine Seidlitz referring to the official notification point.
Mildly, she is like a wall. It is my opinion that Amnesty does not want or wish to have a discussion about how the decision was taken. So a letter from the public weighs obviously easy on this issue.
Possibly a letter to HK London could boost the board, but currently hiding not only the message that went out, but the Board duck and hope that shit storm to pull over.