Executive Board 2011 Agenda and Annexes Print
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FIDE is publishing the Agenda and Annexes for the 82nd FIDE Congress scheduled from 15 to 22 October 2011 in Krakow, Poland.

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THE LIST OF ANNEXES

1. Press-release on the Commission on Modernisation.
2. Accounts for 2010 and certificate from Auditors.
3. Notes to the accounts 2010.
4. Income and expenditure for 2011.
5. Proposal to remove ceiling on tournament fees.
6. Permanent Fund report.
7. Verification Commission meeting in Athens report.
8. Application from Swaziland Chess Federation.
9. Application from Comorian Islands Chess Federation.
10. Application from Guam Chess Federation.
11. Application of Oceania Chess Confederation to join FIDE as an affiliated international organisation.
12. Letter from a lawyer and additional documents on FIDE World Chess Championship – international registration.
13. Proposal of the Bermuda Chess Federation.
14. Agenda for the Technical Commission meeting.
15. Proposed Laws of ASEAN-Chess.
16. Proposed Rules for Electronic Score sheet.
17. Agenda for the RTRC Committee meeting.
18. Agenda for the SPP Committee meeting.
18A. New swiss Wording.
18B. Proposal of General Secretary I. Leong in respect of Swiss Rules.
18C. Swiss Rules Comments.
19. Agenda for the QC Commission meeting.
20. List of over-the-board-play titles to be approved by the Executive Board. Addition.
21. Agenda for the ARB Commission’s meeting.
22. Proposal on Arbiters’ stipends.
23. List of Arbiters’ titles to be approved by the Executive Board. Addition.
24. Trainers’ Commission report and Minutes of 21st Telemeeting, September 5 2011.
25. The titles to be approved by the Executive Board.
26. Minutes of the CACDEC Development Commission meeting in February 2011.
27. CIS Commission Chairman A-N.Yazici’s report.
28. Agenda for the WOM Commission meeting.
29. Agenda for the meeting in Krakow and Minutes of the CON Commission meeting in Al Ain, June 3-4 2011.
30. Proposal from ICSC.
31. Agenda for the MED Commission meeting.
32. Prof. U. Blanco’s report on the World Conference against doping.
33. Agenda for the EVE Commission meeting.
33A. Report on the meeting in Athens.
33B. Terms of Reference.
33C. Regulations on Seminars and Title Award for Organisers.
33D. Regulations on Registration and Licensing of Players.
33E. Regulations on Registration, Transfer and Rules of Eligibility for Players.
33F. General Regulations for FIDE Competitions.
33G. World Junior U20 Championships.
33H. World Upper Youth U14, U16 & U18 Championships.
33I. World Lower Youth U08, U10 & U12 Championships.
33J. World School Championships.
33K. World Youth U16 Olympiad.
33L. World Senior Championships.
33M. World Amateur Championships.
33N. Rate-Card on Stipends for Technical Officials.
33O. Proposal to charge rating fees directly to the Organisers.
33P. Proposal to charge title fees directly to title holders.
33Q. Regulations on FIDE Caissa Awards.
33R. List of IO titles to be approved by the Executive Board. Addition.
34. Proposal of General Secretary I. Leong in respect of World Cup qualification formula.
35. Proposal of General Secretary I. Leong and Arbiters’ Commission Chairman P. Nikolopoulos in respect of guidelines for stipends for technical officials.
36. Proposal to amend the Olympiad Regulations regarding the Accommodation of the teams.
37. Report of the inspection by Messrs. Vega and Jarrett.
38. Report of Mr. Vega from the Americas' General Assembly and Calendar 2012.
39. Report of Mr. Jarrett on SportAccord.
40. Proposal of Prof. U. Blanco to officially recognise Chess as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
41. ICCF Titles.


Additional Annexes

42. Report of World Conference of Sport for All.
43.
44. Report of World Cup 2011 Chief Arbiter.
45. Bid from Croatian Chess Federation for the 2013 World Senior Championship.
46. Proposal of the Turkish Chess Federation on compensation for FIDE persons on per diem basis.
47. Bid from Romanian Chess Federation for the 2013 World Amateur Championship.
48. Bid from South Africa Chess Federation for the 2013 World Youth Championship.
49. Bid from Peru Chess Federation for the 2013 World School Championship. (The federation accepted the dates stated in the FIDE Calendar Planner.)
50. Bid from Singapore Chess Federation for the 2013 and 2014 World School Championships.
51. Bid from UAE Chess Federation for the 2013 World Youth Championship.
52. Bid from Greek Chess Federation for the 2013 World Senior Championship.
53. Bid from Greek Chess Federation for the 2013 World School Championship.

The annexes, which are not available for download will be published the soonest.


 
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