87th FIDE Congress: General Assembly Minutes and Annexes Print
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 14:34

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FIDE is publishing the Minutes and Annexes of the General Assembly meeting that was held in Baku, Azerbaijan, 11-13 September 2016.

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List of Annexes

1. Audited accounts.
2. Commented accounts.
2A. Treasurer’s report and Proposed Budget 2017.
3. Fees paid to PB members in 2015.
4. Report of the Permanent Fund Administrator Mr. L. Brunner.
5. Verification Commission’s report.
6. Application of South Sudan Chess Federation.
7. Application of Eritrea Chess Federation.
8. Application of Kosovo Chess Federation.
9. Letter from Chess Federation of Serbia in respect of the application.
10. Application of Liberia Chess Federation.
11. Application of Nauru Chess Federation.
12. Application of Cabo-Verde Chess Federation.
13. Report and proposals of the International Chess Association of French-speakers.
14. Clarification regarding ASEAN Chess Confederation issue.
15. Petition to reinstate titles, norms and ratings for ASEAN players.
16. Proposed jurisdiction clause as drafted by the FIDE lawyers.
17. Proposed amendment regarding elected commissions.
18. Proposed amendment to current Article 10 of Chapter 03.
19. Proposed change in the Electoral Regulations.
20. Summaries of the over-the-board titles.
21. Arbiters’ Commission’s Agenda and Appendices for the meeting in Baku.
22. Minutes of the Councillors’ meeting in Madrid.
23. Summaries of the Arbiters’ titles.
24. Trainers’ Commission’s report.
25. Trainers’ titles.
26. Technical Commission’s Agenda for the meeting in Baku.
27. Minutes of the Councillors’ meeting in Warsaw.
28. Proposed requirements on treatment of schools tournaments.
29. Proposed change of subtitle for Chapter 02 (Chess equipment, tournament venue for FIDE Tournaments, rate of play and tie-break regulations).
30. Proposal of Constitutional Commission to introduce several changes in Chapter 0.2 Non-Elected Commissions of the FIDE Handbook.
31. Systems of Pairings and Programs Commission’s Agenda for the meeting in Baku.
32. Dutch System to be presented in Baku.
33. Chess in Schools Commission’s report.
34. Minutes of the CIS Councillors’ meeting.
35. Chess in Schools Commission’s proposals.
36. Minutes of the DIS Councillors’ meeting in Tallinn.
37. Medical Commission’s Agenda for the meeting in Baku.
38. Events Commission’s Agenda for the meeting in Baku.
39. Summary of IO titles.
40. Candidates Tournament Chief Arbiter’s report.
41. Regulations for the 2016-2017 FIDE World Chess Grand-Prix series.
42. Bid from Khanty-Mansiysk for World Chess Olympiad 2020.
43. Proposal of the Austrian Chess Federation to create an Olympiad for rapid and blitz or a Team World Rapid and Blitz Championship.
44. Proposal of the Russian Chess Federation for a challenge of World Champions, men and women.
45. Bid from the Turkish Chess Federation for World Junior and Girls U-20 Championship 2018.
46. Bid from the Greek Chess Federation for World Youth Championships U-14, U-16, U-18 2018.
47. Bid from the Spanish Chess Federation for World Cadet Championship U-8, U-10, U-12 2018.
48. Bid from the Turkish Chess Federation for World Cadet Championship U-8, U-10, U-12 2018.
49. Evaluation table and inspections reports.
50. Bid from the Slovenian Chess Federation for World Senior Championship 2018.
51. Bid from the Italian Chess Federation for World Senior Championship 2018.
52. Bid from the Romanian Chess Federation for World Senior Championship 2018.
53. Evaluation table of the above bids and inspection reports.
54. Bid from the German Chess Federation for World Team Championship 50+, 65+ 2018.
55. Bid from the Italian Chess Federation for World Amateur Championship 2018.
56. Bid from the Romanian Chess Federation for World Amateur Championship 2018.
57. Bid from the Greek Chess Federation for World Amateur Championship 2018.
58. Report of Continental President for Europe.
59. Letter from ECU President and 14 Exhibits (in electronic form).
60. Report of Continental President for Americas.
61. Proposal of Zone change for the Ecuador Chess Federation from 2.3 to 2.4.
62. Letter from Mr. Ncube to Chess Kenya.
63. Proposal of Mr. I. Lobortas regarding Caissa and FIDE Grand Prix.
64. Asian Continental report (in electronic form).
65. Minutes of Women’s Commission.
66. Bid from Turkish Chess Federation for World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2018.
67. Minutes of Technical Commission.
68. Minutes of European Small Nations Association.
69. Minutes of Trainers’ Commission.
70. Minutes of Commission for the Disabled.
71. Minutes of Events Commission.
72. Minutes of Marketing Working Session.
73. Minutes of Online Commission.
74. Minutes of Chess in Schools Commission.
75. Minutes of Systems of Pairings and Programs.
76. Minutes of Arbiters’ Commission.
77. Minutes of Skills Management Committee.
78. Minutes of Qualification Commission.
79. Minutes of Medical Commission.
80. Minutes of Anti-Cheating Commission.
81. Minutes of Small Nations Association.
82. Minutes of Verification Commission.
83. Minutes of Social Projects Commission.
84. Minutes of Social Action Commission.
85. Minutes of Development Commission.
86. Minutes of Rules Commission.
87. Ethics Commission report to General Assembly.
88. Minutes of Commission for World Championships and Olympiads.
89. Minutes of Journalists Commission.
90. FIDE Constitutional Commission Report.
91. AIDEF Report to the General Assembly.
92. Live Ratings.
93. Minutes of Commonwealth Chess Association.
94. AGON Presentation.
95. American Continental report.
96. African Continental report.
97. Report of European Chess Union.

 
86th FIDE Congress: Executive Board Minutes and Annexes Print
Monday, 09 November 2015 09:11
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FIDE is publishing the Minutes and Annexes of the Executive Board meeting that was held in Abu Dhabi, UAE, 7-8 September 2015.

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LIST OF ANNEXES:

1. Audited accounts.
2. Commented accounts.
3. Report of the Permanent Fund Administrator Mr. L. Brunner.
4. Verification Commission report.
5. Eritrea Chess Federation application and the Constitution.
6. Kosovo Chess Federation application and the Statutes.
7. Liberia Chess Federation application and the Constitution.
8. Nauru Chess Federation application and the Constitution.
9. Agenda for the Qualification Commission's meeting.
10. Summaries of title applications.
11. Agenda for the Arbiters’ Commission's meeting.
12. Summaries of title applications.
13. Trainers’ Commission report.
14. Summaries of title applications.
15. Agenda for the Technical Commission's meeting and report from Prague meeting.
16. Agenda and Annexes for Systems of Pairings and Programs Commission's meeting.
17. Chess in Schools Commission report.
18. Women’s Chess Commission report.
19. Events Commission minutes from the meeting in Moscow.
20. Summaries of IO title applications.
21. Journalists’ Commission proposals.
22. Agenda for the Online Commission's meeting.
23. Proposal for conducting over the board tournaments in FIDE Online Arena.
24. Proposal for awarding winners of FIDE Official Online Championships with accommodation to the relevant over the board FIDE Official Competitions.
25. Chief Arbiter’s report for FIDE World Team Championship 2015.
26. Chief Arbiter’s report for FIDE Women’s World Team Championship 2015.
27. Bid from Slovakia to organize the World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2016.
28. Chief Arbiter’s report for World Schools Individual Championship 2015.
29. Report from the Continental President of Americas, J. Vega.
30. An email from the Estonian Chess Federation.
31. Minutes of Commission for Disabled meeting in Athens, 14 August 2015.
33. Chief Arbiter's report for the World Youth U16 Chess Olympiad 2015.
34. Minutes of Commission for Disabled, Abu Dhabi.
35. Trainers’ Commission Minutes.
36. Minutes of Central Board of Commission.
37. Minutes of Commission for World Championships & Olympiads.
38. Technical Commission Minutes.
39. Medical Commission Minutes.
40. Minutes of Commission for Women’s Chess.
41. Minutes of Arbiters’ Commission.
42. Minutes of Systems of Pairings & Programs.
43. Minutes of Verification Commission.
44. Minutes of Chess in Schools Commission.
45. Minutes of Qualification Commission.
46. Minutes of Anti-Cheating Committee.
47. Minutes of Social Project Commission.
48. Minutes of Social Action Commission.
49. Minutes of Online Commission.
50. Minutes of Events Commission.
51. Minutes of African Continental Meeting.
52. Minutes of Ethics Commission.
53. Proposals of Russian Chess Federation.
54. Report by Ilya Merenzon, CEO of AGON Limited.
55. Proposed budget 2016.
56. Minutes of Rules & Tournament Regulations Commission.
57. Minutes of Development Commission.
58. Moscow office report.
59. Minutes of Constitutional Commission.
60. Minutes of Asian Continental Meeting.
 
2014 Tromso Commissions Reports Print
Wednesday, 11 March 2015 11:46

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At the Tromso General Assembly, it was decided to refer all Commissions Reports to the next Presidential Board Meeting. For your information, the Sochi Presidential Board decided as follows:

Annex 35 – Online Chess Commission’s report and the addendum to the report - approved
Annex 54 – Social Action Commission’s report - approved
Annex 56 – Rules and Tournament Regulations Commission’s report and the addition to the report - referred to the next PB
Annex 57 – Technical Commission’s report - referred to the next PB
Annex 58 – Events Commission’s report - approved
Annex 59 – Trainers’ Commission’s report - approved except for 3.3.1, budget not approved and fee has been changed in 3.3.5
Annex 60 – Journalists’ Commission’s report - approved
Annex 61 – Constitutional Commission’s report - approved except for points 6 and 7
Annex 62 - Systems of Pairings and Programs Commission’s report - approved
Annex 64 – Minutes of the Committee for Chess for the Disabled - approved
Annex 65 – Chess in Schools Commission’s report - approved
Annex 66 – Arbiters’ Commission’s report - approved, Disciplinary Arrangements and Anti-Cheating Guidelines for Arbiters approved
Annex 69 – Development Commission’s report - approved
Annex 70 – Social Project Commission’s report - approved
Annex 71 – Central Board of Commission’s report - approved
Annex 72 – Qualification Commission’s report – approved
Annex 73 – Anti-Cheating Commission’s report – approved
Annex 74 – Medical Commission’s report - approved, Anti-Doping Regulations approved
Annex 75 – Women’s Commission’s report - approved
Annex n. 31 – bis - Ethics Commission’s Proposal of amendment of the FIDE Code of Ethics - Code of Ethics approved

The Annexes are available for download here

 
85th FIDE Congress: General Assembly Minutes and Annexes Print
Monday, 27 October 2014 11:27
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FIDE is publishing the Minutes and Annexes of the General Assembly meeting that was held in Tromso, Norway, 11-14 August 2014.

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Download all Annexes in one file.

LIST OF ANNEXES:

1. Accounts for 2013.
2. Commented accounts.
3. Proposal of the Bahrain Chess Federation on online payment facility.
4. Fees paid to PB members and Continental Presidents.
5. Report of the Permanent Fund Administrator Mr. L. Brunner.
6. Verification Commission’s report.
31. Ethics Commission’s report.
34. Proposed Anti-Cheating Regulations and comments to follow.
36. Bid from the South African Chess Federation for the World Cup 2017.
37. Bid from the Georgian Chess Federation for the World Cup 2017.
41. Bid from Georgian Chess Federation for the World Chess Olympiad 2018.
42. Bid from South African Chess Federation for the World Chess Olympiad 2018.
65. Chess in Schools Commission’s report.
73. Anti-Cheating Commission’s report.
 
84th FIDE Congress Executive Board Minutes and Annexes Print
Friday, 08 November 2013 06:55
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FIDE is publishing the Minutes and Annexes of the Executive Board meeting that was held in Tallinn, Estonia, 7-8 October 2013.

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Download all Annexes in one file.

LIST OF ANNEXES:

1. Audited accounts.
2. Commented accounts.
3. Actual against budget for first six months of 2013.
3A. Proposed Budget 2014.
4. Fees paid to PB members.
4A. Fees paid to Continental Presidents.
5. Mr. N. Freeman’s proposed amendments to Financial Regulations.
6. Mr. L. Brunner’s report of the Permanent Fund Administrator.
7. Verification Commission’s report.
8. Application of the Tanzania Chess Federation.
9. Application of the Saudi Arabia Chess Federation.
10. Application of Federacao Timor-Leste de Xadrex.
11. Mr. D. Jarrett’s proposals on restructuring and amending Handbook.
12. Proposed Regulations on Registration and Licensing of the players.
13. Agenda for the Qualification Commission meeting.
14. Summaries of over-the-board title applications.
15. Agenda with Annexes for the Arbiters Commission’s meeting.
16. Summaries of the arbiters’ title applications.
17. Trainers Commission’s report.
18. Summaries of trainers’ title applications.
19. Technical Commission’s report with Annexes.
20. Agenda for the Rules and Tournament Regulations Commission’s meeting.
21. Agenda with Annex for the Swiss Pairings Programmes Committee’s meeting.
22. Development Commission’s report.
23. Chess in Schools Commission’s report.
24. Women’s Chess Commission’s report.
25. Social Action Commission’s report.
26. Social Projects Commission’s report.
27. Chess for Disabled Committee’s report.
28. Agenda for the Medical Commission’s meeting.
29. Press-release by SportAccord.
30. Agenda with Annexes for the Events Commission’s meeting.
31. List of IO titles to be approved by the Executive Board.
32. Mr. B. Kutin’s proposal in respect of the celebration of the FIDE 90th Anniversary.
33. Bid from Khanty-Mansiysk for organizing FIDE Candidate's Matches 2014.
34. Overall standings in FIDE Grand-Prix Series after five rounds.
35. Unofficial list of qualifiers from Europe for FIDE Women's World Championship 2014.
36. Report of Chief Arbiter for FIDE World Rapid and Blitz Championship 2013.
37. Report of Messrs. D. Jarrett and A. Surender after inspecting the venues for World Youth Championships 2015.
38. Report of the Chief Arbiter for World Schools Individual Championship 2013.
39. Proposal on FIDE Official Languages.
40. Proposal of Ms. B. Marinello in respect of the dress-code.
41. FIDE Academy application of Mr. Sevan Muradian.
43. Report of Chief Arbiter for World Youth U16 Olympiad 2013.
44. Agenda for the Technical Commission Meeting.
45. Report of Chief Arbiter for World Cup 2013.
48. Report of Chief Arbiter for Women’s World Chess Championship Match 2013.
49. Minutes of Social Projects Commission.
50. Minutes of RTRC. Addendum to Annex 50.
51. Minutes of Commission for Women's Chess.
52. Minutes of Social Action Commission.
53. Minutes of Technical Commission.
54. Minutes of Arbiters’ Commission.
55. Minutes of Medical Commission.
56. Minutes of Swiss Pairings Programmes Commission.
57. Minutes of Events Commission.
58. Minutes of Central Board of Commissions.
59. Minutes of Chess in Schools Commission.
60. Minutes of Development Commission.
61. Minutes of Chess for Disabled Committee.
62. Minutes of Qualification Commission. Appendix to Annex 62.
63. FIDE representation Office in the Russian Federation report.
64. WCOC Recommendations to FIDE EB.
65. Minutes of FIDE/ACP Anti-Cheating Committee.
66. Minutes of Constitutional Meeting.
67. Minutes of Verification Commission.
68. Letter from the Mayor of Vilnius.
69. Minutes of Ethics Commission.
70. Minutes of Journalists’ Commission.
71. Letters from Georgia in respect of World Chess Olympiad 2018.
72. Minutes of American Continental meeting.
73. Minutes of Asian Continental meeting.
74. Minutes of European Continental meeting.
75. Minutes of Commonwealth Chess Association.
76. Minutes of African Continental meeting.



 
Emergency General Assembly Minutes Print
Sunday, 13 October 2013 11:58
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FIDE Congress
Tallinn, Estonia
Emergency General Assembly
9 October 2013



MINUTES

1. A quorum was established.

2. Confirmation of the ELE for Tromso 2014

The Secretariat received four candidates for the position of the ELE Chairman within the deadline, two of whom resigned before the start of the General Assembly.
The existing members of the ELE (Ms. A. Santens, Mr. G. Borg and Mr. P. Klerides) were approved as Scrutineers, with one objection.
Ms. Margaret Murphy, President of the US Virgin Islands Chess Federation, was unanimously elected as ELE Chairman for Tromso 2014 after Mr. Tomasz Sielicki, delegate of Polish Chess Federation, withdrew his candidacy.

3. Proxies

The Chairman of the temporary ELE, A. Santens presented proposed clarifications to the Statutes regarding the election process. Further clarifications were then sought and the EGA unanimously approved the document with two amendments.

FIDE will post guidance on the proxy rules, and forms for designating delegates and assigning and re-assigning proxies, at the latest four months before the opening of the General Assembly 2014.
 
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