Устав Ассоциации профессиональных политических консультантов (EN)

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    Kyiv city – 2018

    1. GENERAL PROVISIONS.
      • PUBLIC ORGANIZATION “ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL POLITICAL CONSULTANTS” (hereinafter referred to as — the Association) is a public organization founded on the basis of the unity of the interests of the members of the Association to meet their legal rights and freedoms.
      • The Association is guided in its activity by the Constitution, the current legislation of Ukraine and this Charter.
      • Main principles of the activity of Association are:
    • rule of law;
    • priority of public interests;
    • independence;
    • high level of professionalism;
    • democracy;
    • publicity;
    • legality;
    • justice;
    • equality of members;
    • voluntary involvement;
    • activity;
    • self-government.
      • The Association acts on the principles of voluntary involvement, self-government, legality and publicity.
      • The Association has an all-Ukrainian status, after confirmation of such status in accordance with the procedure established by law and performs its activity on the entire territory of Ukraine.
      • The Association acquires the rights of a legal entity from the moment of its state registration in accordance with the procedure established by the current legislation, has a separate property, an independent balance, own funds, accounts, including currency, in banking institutions, seals, stamps, forms, symbols and other details, samples of which approved by the Board of the Association.
      • The Association has its own symbols, the models of which are approved by the Board. The symbol is registered in accordance with the current legislation of Ukraine.
      • The Association may enter into agreements on its own behalf, acquire property and personal non-property rights and bear responsibilities, be a plaintiff and defendant in courts.
      • Name of the Association:
        • Full name in the Ukrainian language:
      • ГРОМАДСЬКА АСОЦІАЦІЯ «АСОЦІАЦІЯ ПРОФЕСІЙНИХ ПОЛІТИЧНИХ КОНСУЛЬТАНТІВ»;
        • Abbreviated number in the Ukrainian language:
      • ГО «АППК»;
        • Full name in the English language:
      • «THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL POLITICAL CONSULTANTS»;
        • Abbreviated number in the English language:
      • «APPC».
    1. GOAL, MAIN TASKS AND DIRECTIONS OF ACTIVITY OF ASSOCIATION.
      • The main purpose of the Association’s activity is to protect the legitimate, social, political, economic and other common interests of its members, as well as the association of professional political consultants to improve the professionalism and quality of conducting election processes, to promote the protection and support of candidates for deputy at all levels in order to comply with the Constitution and laws.
      • The main tasks of the Association are:
        • protection of the legitimate interests of Association members and decent living conditions;
        • promotion of the formation of an economically developed legal state in Ukraine;
        • promotion of the unification of professional political consultants to improve the professionalism and quality of conducting election processes;
        • assistance in protection and support of candidates for deputies of all levels in order to comply with the Constitution and laws of Ukraine;
        • promotion of the market of legal services and services of political consultants;
        • promotion of the professional development of lawyers, political advisors and the dissemination of ethical standards of conduct among them;
        • promotion of legal culture and legal awareness of citizens;
        • promotion of the role of law, professional lawyers and the role of professional political advisers in modern election processes;
        • assistance to the improvement of the social, legal, economic, cultural and other development of the members of the Association, their comprehensive support;
        • assistance in the practical implementation of national, regional, local and international programs aimed at achieving the statutory goals and objectives;
        • development and participation in the development of legal acts;
        • participation in the implementation of analytical research aimed at achieving the statutory goals and objectives;
        • development and implementation of projects and programs aimed at maintaining and developing the statutory tasks of the Association;
        • mobilization of financial resources for implementation of the statutory goals of the Association;
        • coordination, methodical and informational and consultative assistance to the members of the Association;
        • establishment of friendly and business contacts in the field of statutory activities with various organizations, enterprises and institutions;
        • assistance in the formation and implementation of state policy in the field of statutory activities, assistance in the development of relevant target programs;
        • stimulating and promoting the creation of favorable conditions for the development of statutory activities;
        • representation of their interests in other public associations;
        • providing advisory and practical assistance to the members of the Association in legal protection from encroachments on their legal rights and interests;
        • attraction of investments for realization of the goals and tasks, and also for development of cooperation with public and other structures;
        • assistance in financing the projects, programs that meet the goals and objectives of the Association;
        • promotion of television and radio programs, production of video films;
        • assistance to the public and legal protection of the legal and economic interests of the members of the Association, creation of conditions for their personal comprehensive work;
        • participation in public analysis of current legislation and regulatory acts related to the goal and main tasks of the Association.
      • In order to achieve the stated tasks, in accordance with the procedure established by the current legislation, the Association:
        • represents and defends its legal interests and legitimate interests of its members in state and public bodies, as well as in judicial bodies;
        • engages in the execution of works related to the implementation of the statutory tasks of the Association, qualified specialists, including foreign ones;
        • cooperates with other public groups, which are close to the statutory activity of the Association by their activities;
        • has the right to conclude cooperation agreements with other associations of citizens;
        • disseminates information and promotes their ideas and goals;
        • facilitates the organization of courses, seminars, roundtables, etc. on the activities of the Association;
        • has the right to carry out non-commercial activities for the purpose of ensuring the statutory activities of the Association;
        • participates in the development of legislative and other regulatory acts;
        • promotes organization and participates in various events, conferences, seminars;
        • conducts a public survey of the population, makes official statements on its behalf and disseminates information and data on such surveys, as well as publishes results of public opinion;
        • promotes the organization and conduct of public debates, discussions, roundtables, press conferences with politicians and statesmen;
        • appeals to the Central Election Commission with a request for permission to have official observers during elections of deputies of all levels;
        • appeals to the Central Election Commissions of other countries regarding participation in international election observation;
        • independently defines the circle of persons who will be registered as official observers from the Association;
        • promotes the implementation by official observers of the Association (in the case of their official registration) of their rights established by the Law of Ukraine “On Elections of People’s Deputies of Ukraine” and the Law of Ukraine “On Elections of Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Local Councils and Village, Settlement, Municipal Heads”;
        • withdraws its official observers, in accordance with the procedure provided for by law;
        • at its own expense, participates in organizing and conducting exit polls, as well as disseminating information about the obtained data;
        • participates in political activities, organizes mass events (meetings, rallies, demonstrations, etc.);
        • participates in conducting analytical researches;
        • concludes corresponding agreements with international, foreign public and charitable organizations and persons without the purpose of profit;
        • makes proposals to state authorities and management;
        • carries out public examination of legislative acts;
        • provides its independent conclusions on the statutory activities of the Association;
        • has the right to receive information from bodies of state power and administration and bodies of local self-government information necessary for the realization of their goals and tasks;
        • publishes books, brochures, and other printed materials (including scientific and educational products on electronic and audio-video media), which promotes the principles and ideas for the revival of which the Association is founded, and which are closely related to its main activity, in the manner established by the current legislation, on non-profit basis, in a printed way and/or on electronic and audio-video carriers.

     

    1. MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. THEIR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS.
      • The Association has an individual membership. Members of the Association have equal rights and obligations. Еhe Board issues a certificate of a member of the Association of the Uniform Model for each member of the Association,, approved by the Board of the Association.
      • Individual members of the Association may be citizens of Ukraine, citizens of other states, stateless persons who are legally residing in Ukraine who are 18 years and who have a recommendation to join not less than two active members of the Association and who share the purpose, tasks and directions. the activities of the Association, recognize these Articles of Associatio, comply with the decisions of the statutory bodies of the Association and support the Association financially and intellectually.
      • Admission to and exit from the Association is carried out directly by the Board of the Association, on the basis of a written application submitted to the management body of the separated subdivision or the Board of the Association.
      • Members of the Association are entitled:
        • to elect and be elected to the management bodies of the Association;
        • to receive information about the activities of the Association without the right to disclose it outside the Association;
        • to submit proposals on the activities of the Association, creation of its separate subdivisions for consideration of the Conference of the Association and the Board of the Association;
        • to use the information service of the Association and receive methodological materials and consultations;
        • to take part in events held by the Association in the forms provided by the decision of the Board and this Charter;
        • to participate in meetings of the Board with the right of an advisory vote;
        • at any time to put the question about termination of its participation in the Association by submitting a corresponding written statement to the Board of the Association, an oral statement in the presence of not less than three members of the Association or means of electronic group communication of the members of the Association.
      • Members of the Association are obliged:
        • to promote the development of the Association, to take an active part in its activities;
        • to comply with the requirements of this Charter, decisions of the Conference of the Association and the Board of the Association, the Code of honor of the member of the Association, to assist the work of the management bodies of the Association;
        • to promote the Association’s relations and dissemination of information about the activities of the Association in Ukraine and in the world;
        • to provide the Association with the information necessary for its activity;
        • to pay membership fees.
      • Upon the decision of the Board, the Association member may be expelled from the Association in case of violation of its Charter, for incorrect actions in relation to the Association or its individual members, violation of the Code of honor of the member of the Association. Decisions on this issue are made by a simple majority of the votes of the members of the Board of the Association. The Association Board’s decision on the exclusion may be appealed to the Association Conference. The decision of the Conference on this issue may be appealed in court on the grounds and in the manner prescribed by the current legislation.

     

     

    1. MANAGEMENT AND STATUTORY BODIES OF THE ASSOCIATION.
      • The statutory bodies of the Association are:
        • Conference of the Association is the supreme management
        • Board of the Association is a permanent management
        • President of the Association — the head of the Association;
        • Auditor — the supervisory body of the Association, which is elected if necessary.
      • Upon the decision of the Conference, other bodies for the exercise of statutory activities may be set up at the Association.
      • The decision of the Board of the Association adopted in violation of the requirements of this Charter or which is in conflict with the current legislation may be appealed to the Conference of the The decision of the Conference of the Association may be appealed in court according to the requirements of the current legislation.

     

    1. CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION.
      • The Conference of the Association (hereinafter referred to as — the Conference) is its supreme management body, convened as necessary, but at least once every 5 years, by the decision of the Board of the Association. An Extraordinary Conference is convened by decision of the Board of the Association or, at the request of not less than 1/10 of the total number of members of the Association. The date, time, place and agenda of the Conference of the Board of the Association shall be communicated not later than one month before the meeting.
      • The Conference is considered competent, when it involves not less than 50% of the total number of members of the Association. Decisions are made by open ballot by a simple majority of votes of the members present at the Conference, except in cases provided for by the Charter. Voting at the Conference may also take place using electronic means.
      • The Conference of the Association:
        • approves the Charter of the Association, as well as amends and supplements it;
        • defines the main activities of the Association, in accordance with the purpose and objectives of this Charter;
        • makes a decision to terminate the Association, appoints an liquidation commission;
        • elects and recalls members of the Board, President and Vice Presidents of the Association, hears and approves annual reports to members of the Association of the President of the Association and the Board of the Association;
        • elects and dismisses the Auditor of the Association, hears and approves the reports of the Association’s Auditor before the members of the Association about its activities;
        • realizes ownership of the property and funds of the Association, which is 50% or more of the total amount of property and funds of the Association, such decision shall be made by the Conference by a majority of not less than ¾ votes;
        • approves the annual budget of the Association and the procedure for its use, determines the directions, forms and volumes of non-commercial economic and other financial activities, approves the annual report on budget execution;
        • takes into consideration and resolves any other issues of the Association’s activities.

     

    1. BOARD OF THE ASSOCIATION.
      • The Board of the Association (hereinafter referred to as — the Board) is the management body of the Association between the Conferences, consisting of the President of the Association, its Vice-Presidents and members of the Board of the Association. The Board is elected by the Conference with a term of five years. A member of the Board may be only a member of the Association, admitted in accordance with the requirements of this Charter.
      • The Board:
        • carries out the coordination of separate subdivisions of the Association and makes decisions about their creation and the necessity of their legalization;
        • carries out operational management of the property and funds of the Association, determines the directions, forms and volumes of financial activity within the limits of powers granted to it by the Conference;
        • determines the size of entrance and membership fees, as well as the procedure and terms for their introduction and use, approves long-term programs and projects of the Association, adopts resolutions, appeals and other documents;
        • makes a decision on the admission of members to the Association, as well as the exclusion of members from the Association;
        • approves samples of seals, stamps, forms of the Association;
        • defines and approves the organizational structure of the Association;
        • reports to the members of the Association by submitting a report on the activities of the Board of the Association for the approval of the Conference;
        • approves the internal documents of the Association, heads of separate subdivisions, the number of personnel, determines the payment conditions of the personnel of the Association;
        • the Board has the right to dissolve the management bodies of the separate subdivisions, as well as to decide on the closure of the separate subdivisions for actions that discredit the Association or for inaction. In the event of dissolution of the management bodies of a separate subdivision — the Board of the Association convenes an extraordinary meeting of the supreme management body of the relevant separate subdivision with a view to the election of a new composition of the management bodies of the separate subdivision;
        • approves the Description, Regulations and Models of Association Symbols;
        • resolves other issues of the Association’s activity within its competence.
      • The Board usually resolves issues at its meetings, which are convened as needed, but at least once every six months, and in case of an urgent need, extraordinary meetings may be held. Regular and extraordinary meetings of the Board are convened at the request of the President of the Association. The members of the Board shall be notified of the date, time, place and agenda by the President of the Association not later than 2 days prior to the meeting. The Board, if necessary, holds meetings through electronic communication.
      • Meetings of the Board are recognized as competent and their decisions are considered accepted, if more than 50% of the total number of members of the Board take part in them.
      • Decisions of the Board shall be adopted by open vote, including by means of electronic communication, by a simple majority of votes, signed and approved by the President of the Association. When voting, every member of the Board has one vote. In case of distribution of votes as 50 to 50, vote of the President of the Association is decisive. The President of the Association may impose a veto on the Board’s decision with a clear justification. The veto overcomes by a majority of ¾ votes after a re-examination and consideration of the issue on which the decision is made. The President of the Association is obliged to approve and sign the decision in this case.

     

    1. PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION.
      • The Association is headed by the President. He is the supreme official of the Association and is accountable to the Conference. The President is elected by the Conference from the members of the Association for a term of five years.
      • The President of the Association:
        • chairs the Board, determines the procedure and content of its work, presides at the meetings of the Board, organizes keeping of minutes at the meeting of the Board, supervises the implementation of the decisions of the Conference and the Board;
        • acts on behalf of the Association without a power of attorney, represents its interests in relations with state authorities and public organizations, scientific, cultural and educational institutions, commercial structures, foreign and international organizations, individual citizens;
        • has the right to sign financial and other documents as the first person, issues orders, power of attorney, signs the decision of the Board;
        • develops samples of seals, stamps, forms of the Association and submits them for approval to the Board of the Association;
        • approves the decision of the Conference and the Board, long-term programs and projects of the Association, resolutions, appeals and other documents;
        • makes decisions on the directions, forms and volumes of material and financial assistance on the basis of projects and programs;
        • carries out operational management of the property and funds of the Association in agreement with the Board and the Conference of the Association;
        • submits the draft budget of the Association and reports on its implementation to the Conference for approval;
        • agrees the acceptance and dismissal of employees working in the Association under employment contracts, concludes employment contracts;
        • has the right to delegate its powers to one of the vice-presidents;
        • carries out other activities within the limits of the powers conferred upon it by the Conference, the Board and the legislation.
      • The President of the Association, in case of its absence (business trip, vacation, illness, etc.) or temporary impossibility to exercise its powers, has the right to delegate its powers to one of the vice-presidents. The President of the Association may at any time return its powers.

     

    1. INSPECTOR OF THE ASSOCIATION.
      • The Association’s inspector is elected by the Conference for a term of 5 years.
      • The inspector of the Association:
        • conducts an examination of the Association’s activity;
        • reports on its activities to members of the Association by submitting annual reports on its activities to the Conference for approval;
        • considers and provides answers to complaints, letters, appeals and offers of citizens and organizations that have been sent to the Association;
        • resolves other issues related to the activities of the Association within the limits of additional powers granted to it by the Conference.

     

    1. Procedure for reporting of the management bodies of the association to its members.
      • The President of the Association shall report to the Association members on the implementation of the Association’s statutory tasks and the annual plan of work of the Board at the regular meeting of the Conference of the
      • The report is prepared by the Board of the Association. The report shows the following issues:
        • analysis of the implementation of the main tasks by the Association, including its separate subdivisions;
        • analysis of implementation of the annual plan of the Association, positive and negative moments during its implementation;
        • the membership of the Association, the attraction of new members and the creation of separate subdivisions of the Association;
        • the financial activities of the Association, the use of funds received by the Association for the purpose of meeting the statutory tasks of the Association;
        • a comparative analysis of the activity of the separate subdivisions of the Association;
        • main tasks of the Association and its structural subdivisions for the next year.
      • After each meeting, the Board of the Association prepares information about the issues discussed and decisions made that are brought to the attention of the members of the Association by placing information on the Association’s location or on the Association’s website.

     

    1. Procedure of appeal of decisions, actions, inactivity of management bodies of the association and claims consideration.
      • Members of the Association have the right to apply to the management bodies of the Association, officials in accordance with their functional duties with comments, complaints and proposals concerning their statutory activities, a statement or petition for the realization of their socio-economic and personal rights and legitimate interests, and a complaint about their violation.
      • Requirements to appeals:
        • appeals are addressed to the Board of the Association;
        • structural subdivisions of the Association or officials, which authority includes the resolution of issues raised in appeals;
        • the appeal shall indicate the surname, name, patronymic, the place of residence of the member of the Association, the essence of the issue raised, comments, proposals, statements or complaints, requests or claims;
        • the appeal may be oral (stated by a member of the Association and recorded by an official at its personal reception) or written, sent by mail or transferred by the Association to the appropriate body, institution personally or through the authorized person, if these authorities are provided in accordance with the current legislation;
        • the appeal may be filed either by an individual person (individual) or a group of persons (collective);
        • written appeal must be signed by the applicant (s) indicating the date.
      • The appeal made without observing these requirements shall be returned to the applicant with relevant explanations no later than ten days after the day it was received.
      • If issues raised in the appeal received by the management body of the Association or by the officials do not form part of their authority, they shall be forwarded to the relevant body or official by them for a period not exceeding five days, which shall be reported to the member of the Association that filed the appeal;
      • Written appeal without the indication of the place of residence, not signed by the author (authors), as well as those the authorship of which can not be established, is recognized as anonymous and is not subject to review. Repeated appeals by one and the same body from the same member of the Association on the same issue, if first resolved in essence, and appeals of persons recognized as incapacitated by the court, are not considered. The decision to terminate consideration of such appeal is taken by the head of the body, which is reported to the person who filed the appeal.
      • The management bodies of the Association shall consider proposals and comments of Association members and inform the Association member about the results of the consideration.
      • A complaint to the action or decision of the management body of the Association, an official is submitted in the order of submission to the supreme authority or official, which does not deprive the member of the Association of the right to apply to the court in accordance with the current legislation, and in case of disagreement of the member of the Association with the decision taken upon the complaint, directly to the court.
      • The member of the Association which filed the appeal or complaint to the management bodies and officials of the Association has the right:
        • to submit the arguments to the person who verified the appeal or complaint and take part in verifying the complaint or appeal filed;
        • to get acquainted with the materials of the inspection;
        • to use the services of a lawyer or his representative who exercise a human rights protection function, having issued this authorization in accordance with the procedure established by law;
        • to receive an answer on the results of consideration of the appeal or complaint;
        • to express orally or in writing the requirement to observe the secrecy of consideration of the appeal or complaint;
      • The management bodies of the Association, their heads and other officials are obliged under their authority:
        • to objectively, comprehensively and timely check appeals or complaints;
        • in the case of making a decision to restrict the citizen’s access to relevant information when considering the appeal or complaint, to make a motivated answer;
        • at the request of a member of the Board of the Association, may invite it to a meeting considering its appeal or complaint;
        • to cancel or amend the contested decisions in cases stipulated by the legislation of Ukraine, if they do not comply with the law or other regulatory acts, to immediately take measures to stop the unlawful actions, identify, eliminate the causes and conditions that contributed to the violation;
        • to ensure the restoration of the violated rights, the real fulfillment of the decisions made in connection with the appeal or complaint;
        • in writing or by electronic means to inform the citizen about the results of the examination of the appeal or complaint and the essence of the decision;
        • in the case of recognition of the appeal or complaint, it is unreasonable to explain the procedure for appeal against a decision taken by it;
        • to prevent unwarranted transfer of appeals or complaints to other authorities.

     

    1. Separate subdivisions of the association. Procedure for creation, activity and termination of activity of Separate subdivisions.

    11.1.      The Association may have separate subdivisions that are not legal entities and are formed upon the decision of the Board of the Association.

    11.2.      The separate subdivisions of the Association in their activities are guided by the Association Charter.

    11.3.      The head of the separate subdivision is appointed by the Board of the Association for a term of 3 years. The head of the separate subdivision must be a member of the Association.

    11.4       Separate subdivisions have the following powers:

                  implement the statutory purpose and tasks of the Association in a certain area within the limits provided by the decision of the Board of the Association;

                  carry out work on attracting new members by means not prohibited by the current legislation of Ukraine;

                  represent the Association in the territory of a certain administrative and territorial unit, or outside of our state.

    11.5       The head of the separate subdivision has the right:

                  to use the name and symbolism of the Association, to realize the tasks of the Association;

                  to receive assistance in realizing the Association’s tasks from the management bodies and officials of the Association;

                  to attend the Conference of the Association, the meeting of the Board of the Association;

                  to apply to the management bodies of the Association.

    11.6.      The head of the separate subdivision is obliged:

                  to comply with the requirements of the Association’s Charter;

                  to actively implement the decisions of the management bodies of the Association (taken within the limits of the Association’s Charter and the current legislation);

                  to prevent actions aimed at violating the honor and dignity of the members of the Association

    11.7.      The activity of a separate subdivision may be terminated by closing it upon the decision of the Board of the Association.

    11.8.      The Association announces the closure of a separate subdivision to the authorized agency for registration at the location of the Association.

     

     

    1. property, funds and non-commercial economic activity of the association.
      • The Association may own funds and property necessary for its statutory The Association acquires the right of ownership of funds and other property transferred to its founders and members of the Association in ownership in accordance with the established procedure, obtained from entrance fees and membership fees donated by legal entities and individuals, as well as for other property acquired at the expense of its own funds or other legal bases
      • The funds of the Association consist of:
        • funds or property that are received free of charge or in the form of irrevocable financial assistance or voluntary donations;
        • passive income;
        • funds or property received by such non-profit organizations from their main activity.
      • In order to fulfill its statutory tasks and objectives, the Association may carry out the necessary activities by creating self-supporting institutions and organizations with the status of a legal entity, the establishment of enterprises in the manner prescribed by law.
      • To ensure the statutory activities, the Association may have buildings, houses, edifices, equipment, machinery, property, cultural, educational and recreational purposes, housing, vehicles, communications equipment and other property, funds (including foreign currency), as well as intellectual property in its property.
      • The Association has the right to use the building and property provided to it for its needs on a contractual basis by individuals and legal entities.
      • The Association funds are used to meet statutory goals and objectives, the purchase of material and technical means, including their maintenance and servicing and the maintenance of the personnel of the Association.
      • The President of the Association and the Chief Accountant of the Association (if available) have the right to sign financial documents.
      • The Association, institutions, organizations and enterprises established by the Association conduct operational and accounting, statistical reporting, make payments to the budget in the order and in amounts provided by the current legislation.
      • The Association’s employees are covered by labor legislation, social security and social insurance.
      • The Association may, instead of maintaining a personnel or a part of it, engage individuals and legal entities to perform certain work on a contractual basis.
      • Employees, including the Association’s President, have the right to perform their duties on a voluntary basis, that is, without receiving any cash or other remuneration.
      • The Board, headed by the President of the Association, is responsible for the financial and material position of the Association and the preservation of its property.

     

    1. Procedure for making amendments and additions to the charter of the association.
      • Changes and amendments to the Charter are adopted by the Conference of the Association, if more than ¾ of the members present at the Conference of the Association voted for it.
      • The Association shall notify the authorized body on registration of changes and amendments introduced into the Association’s Charter, in accordance with the procedure established by the legislation.
    2. Procedure for termination of the association.
      • The activities of the Association may be terminated by its reorganization (merger, joining, division, allocation) or self-dissolution according to the decision of the Conference, if more than ¾ of the members present at the Conference voted for it, or by a court decision in cases stipulated by the current legislation.
      • When reorganizing the Association, the whole set of its rights and responsibilities passes to its successor. The Association can not be reorganized into a legal entity which purpose is profit making.
      • The Association ceases its activity:
        • upon decision of the Conference;
        • on the basis of a court decision.
      • The liquidation commission, which is appointed by the Conference or the body that has decided to terminate the Association, terminate the activity of the
      • Since the establishment of the liquidation commission, the authority to manage the Association passes over to it. The liquidation commission shall draw up a liquidation balance sheet and submit it to the Conference for approval.
      • In case of termination of the Association’s activities, its assets must be transferred to one or more non-profit organizations of the corresponding type or credited to the budget revenue, unless otherwise provided by law governing the activities of the relevant non-profit organization.