83rd FIDE Congress Agenda Print
Monday, 06 August 2012 00:00
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FIDE is publishing the Agenda and Annexes for the 83rd FIDE Congress scheduled from 1st to 10th September 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey.

Please download the Agenda.


List of Annexes

1. Accounts for 2011 and certificate from Auditors.
2. Notes to the accounts 2011.
3. Income and expenditure for 2012 (to follow).
4. Permanent Fund report.
5. Verification Commission report from the meeting held in Athens in June 2012.
6. Application from Togo Chess Federation.
7. Application from Gambia Chess Federation.
8. Application from Lesotho Chess Federation.
9. Request from Kara Heritage Institute to become an affiliate.
10A. Proposed FIDE Statutes.
10B. Proposed FIDE Electoral Regulations.
10C. Proposals regarding Commissions.
10D. Proposal regarding financial regulations.
10E. Proposal regarding official languages.
10F. Letter from Bulgarian, English and US Chess Federations.
11. Agreement between FIDE and Agon.
12. Appeal of the Bulgarian Chess Federation in respect of the bidding procedure for the Candidates matches 2012.
13. Agenda for the Technical Committee meeting.
14. Appendix 1 to Technical Committee Agenda.
15. Agenda for the RTR Committee meeting.
16. Final draft of the Laws of Chess.
17. Agenda for the SPP Committee meeting.
18. Appendix 1 to SPP Committee Agenda.
19. Minutes of the QC Councillors’ meeting held in Warsaw, 11-12 April 2012.
20. List of over-the-board-play titles to be approved by the General Assembly.
21. Agenda for the Arbiters’ Commission meeting.
22. Minutes of the Councillors’ meeting held in Athens, June 30 2012.
23. List of Arbiters’ titles to be approved by the General Assembly.
24. Letter from the Royal Dutch Chess Federation in respect of the licence fees.
25. Proposals in respect of the classification of the Arbiters.
26. Trainers’ Commission report and Minutes of the meeting of June 7 2012.
27. Titles to be approved by the General Assembly.
28. Rules for Trainers Awards 2011.
29. List of Trainers’ Awards 2011.
30. Exchange of correspondence in respect of Trainers’ seminar in Caldas Novas.
31. Minutes of the Development Commission meeting held in Athens in March 2012.
32. CIS Commission Chairman A-N.Yazici’s report.
33. Proposals from WOM Commission.
34. Minutes of the Constitutional Commission meeting in Lausanne, June 2012.
35. Report of Ms. B. Marinello on Social Chess.
36. Agenda for the Medical Commission meeting.
37. Agenda for the Events Commission meeting.
38. Minutes of the Events Commission meeting held in Zaozhuang, China, May 2012.
39. Proposal of the Philippines Chess Federation regarding registration, transfer and rules of eligibility for participation in FIDE events.
40. Proposal of Mr. I. Leong on FIDE Chess Oscar Awards.
41. FIDE Calendar planner update.
42. FIDE Calendar 2012-2013.
43. FIDE Calendar 2014-2016.
44. Proposal of Mr. S. Reuben regarding guidelines for events for inexperienced players.
45. Proposal of the Turkish Chess Federation regarding players suspended in their respective countries.
46. WCM Chief Arbiter’s report.
47. WCM Appeals Committee Chairman report.
48. Chief Arbiter’s and Appeals Committee Chairman reports on World Rapid and Blitz Championships 2012.
49. Bid from the Estonian Chess Federation to organise the event in Tallinn, October-November 2016.
50. Bid from the Bulgarian Chess Federation to organise the event in Albena, September-October 2016.
51. Bid from the Azerbaijan Chess Federation to organise the event in Baku, 3-18 September 2016, and the World Cup 2015.
52. Bid from All India Chess Federation to organise the event in Chennai/Mumbai/New Delhi, during the dates decided by FIDE.
53. Bid from Turkish Chess Federation to organise the event in Antalya, 1-12 November 2015.
54. Bid from Bulgarian Chess Federation to organise the event in Albena, October 2015.
55. Bid from Greek Chess Federation to organise the event in Porto Carras, Halkidiki, from 24 October to 5 November 2015.
56. Comparison table of the bids.
57. Report of the FIDE Observer M. Petrucci.
58. Letter from the Argentinean Chess Federation.
59. Proposed Statutes for the African Continent.
60. Proposal of the Turkish Chess Federation to ban the five FIDE Federations (French, USCF, Ukrainian, German and Swiss) till they reimburse legal expenses of FIDE in respect of the legal case 5 Federations vs. FIDE.
61. Arbitration Award in respect of the legal case English and Georgian Chess Federations vs. FIDE.
62. Exchange of correspondence in respect of the organisation of their Championship in Quito, Ecuador, 13-22 April 2012.
63. Proposal of the Iranian Chess Federation to add Farsi language to the list of the official FIDE languages.
64. Proposal of the Turkish Chess Federation to add Turkish language to the list of the official FIDE languages.

Additional Annexes:
65. Report of American Continental President.




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