Below you can find the working documents for the 19th General Assembly and 2017 Extraordinary General Assembly, which took place in December 2017 in Delhi, India.
The 19th General Assembly will elect twenty members of the Board by secret ballot for a term of three years (2017-2020), and from those will elect a President, a Secretary General, a Treasurer, and five Vice Presidents.
The nominations received by the ICOMOS International Secretariat six months before the General Assembly are now available:
11 October 2017 - Deadline for the submission of draft resolutions
15 October 2017 - Final deadline for candidatures for the ICOMOS Board and Deadline to register for the General Assembly and Symposium
11 November 2017 - Deadline for receipt by the International Secretariat of:
- the totality of membership dues
- the lists of voting members and full definite proxies
8 December 2017 (72 hours before the start of the General Assemblies) - Deadline for minor changes to proxies in case of "force majeure" only!
For further information please consult the dedicated General Assembly website : http://icomosga2017.org/
Voting rights are based on the number of paid-up members per Committee at 31/12/2016 - a table has been sent to the National Committee Presidents showing the votes attributed to each National Committee. Voting members at the General Assemblies shall be designated by their National Committee in accordance with Articles 9-a and 13-d-4 of the ICOMOS Statutes. Voting members duly nominated may give a proxy to another voting member of their National Committee. No member shall have more than four proxy votes in addition to his/her own.
To fully exercise their voting rights at the General Assemblies, National Committees must meet the following conditions:
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Image: Red Fort, Delhi © Aneta Ribarska