General Assembly Session at Turin FIDE Congress Print
Friday, 02 June 2006 00:00
The General Assembly went into session at the 77th FIDE Congress. We publish the Agenda of the 77th FIDE Congress, Timetable and Day by Day Schddule. Please download the Agenda of the 77th FIDE Congress in MS Word format or in pdf format. Download Acrobat Reader free. Please download the Timetable and Day by Day Schedule. The Congress Secretariat phone and fax is +39 011 314 3800.

The General Assembly session.

The Executive Board at the Turin FIDE Congess.




The Titles and Ratings Committee. Committees and Commissions submit their reports to the Executive Board which makes recommendations to the General Assembly.

We are publishing the Agenda of the 77th FIDE Congress, scheduled to take place from 27 May to 5 June, 2006 in Turin, Italy.

Download the Congress Timetable and Day by Day Schedule.

Please download the Agenda of the 77th FIDE Congress in MS Word format

Please download the Agenda of the 77th FIDE Congress in pdf format

Download Acrobat Reader free

List of Annexes:

1. Report of the FIDE External Auditors, Messrs Ernst & Young.
2. Supplementary notes to the Accounts.
3. Report of the FIDE Permanent Fund.
4. Report of the Verification Commission.
5. Letter from Ibero-American Chess Federation.
6. Proposal of the Singapore Chess Federation.
7. Proposal of the Maltese Chess Federation.
8. Proposal of the German Chess Federation.
9. Decision of the Ethics Commission regarding the case of IM M. Shvartz.
10. Decision of the Ethics Commission regarding Mr. J-P. Touze.
11. Exchange of correspondence between the lawyer of Mr. Touze and FIDE.
12. List of the proposed titles for over-the-board play.
13. Letter from the Armenian Chess Federation.
14. List of the proposed Arbiters’ titles.
15. World Chess Championship Regulations.
16. Proposal of the Singapore Chess Federation.
17. Women’s World Chess Championship Regulations.
18. Trainers’ Committee Chairman Report.
19. Minutes of the Permanent Commission on Chess Composition Meeting.
20. Proposal of the Singapore Chess Federation.
21. World Chess Championship Match Topalov-Kramnik Regulations.
22. Bid from the German Chess Federation for World Senior Championship 2008.
23. Proposal regarding the standings in the World Team Championship.
24. Proposal of the Russian Chess Federation.
25. Proposals of the International Chess School Union.
26. Proposed Programme and Regulations for the World Blitz Championship.
27. Proposal for a change in World Blitz Regulations.
28. Bid from the Polish Chess Federation for the 2010 Chess Olympiad.
29. Bid from the Russian Chess Federation for the 2010 Chess Olympiad.
30. Bid from the Latvian Chess Federation for the 2010 Chess Olympiad.
31. Bid from the Estonian Chess Federation for the 2010 Chess Olympiad.
32. Bid from the Serbia and Montenegro Chess Federation for the 2010 Chess Olympiad.
33. Bid from the Argentinean Chess Federation for the 2010 Chess Olympiad.
34. Agenda for the European Chess Union meeting.
35. Agenda for the American Continental meeting.
36. Agenda for the Asian Continental meeting.
37. Agenda for the African Continental meeting.

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

 
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