General meeting
The general meeting of the members is the supreme agency of the Association and it has, inter alia, the power

(a)  to amend the statutes by a majority of two-thirds of the votes present;

(b)  to elect board members and terminate their mandate; 

(c)  to elect the auditors; 

(d)  to approve the annual accounts; 

(e)  to determine the annual subscriptions to be paid by members; and 

(f)  to decide on the termination of the Association. 

The quorum for the transaction of business at a general meeting is the presence of one half of the total number of votes (unless otherwise provided in the statutes). Each member (excluding associate members) has one vote. The general meeting shall carry resolutions by simple majority of the votes present (unless otherwise provided in the statutes).

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