Welcome Assemblies and Executive Councils

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The 47th Session of the IOC Exec Council 1st - 4th July 2014

 

The 27th Session of the IOC Assembly, 26th June - 5th July 2013  

The 46th Session of the IOC Exec Council 25th June 2013

The 45th Session of the IOC Exec Council 25st June 2012

The 44th Session of the IOC Exec Council 21st June 2011

The 26th Session of the IOC Assembly 22 June - 6 July 2011, Paris, France

The  43rd Session of the IOC Exec Council 8-16 June 2010, Paris, France. 

The  25th Session of the IOC Assembly 16 - 25 June 2009, Paris, France. 

IOC XXV PHOTOS

The  42th Session of the IOC Exec Council 15 June 2009, Paris, France. 
Previous Reports (1999-2008)
The IOC Assembly meets once per biennium, while an Exec Council meets every year. 
The purpose of the Assembly is to review the work of the commission, including the work of the member states and the secretariat, and formulate a common work plan for the coming two years.

The Exec Council reviews issues and items from on-going work plans, and makes preparations for the Assemblies.

 

 

 

Elections of Chairperson and Vice-chairpersons and other seats of the IOC Executive Council

See the results of the IOC elections, 2013.

Functions of the Executive Council: "Exercise the responsibilities delegated to it by the Assembly, acting on its behalf in the implementation of the decisions. It may set up committees or other subsidiary bodies ... in accordance with conditions specified in the Rules of Procedure." The Executive Council holds two ordinary sessions during the two-year interval between ordinary sessions of the Assembly. One such session is held usually at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris (France) the year in June the Assembly does not meet. The second session is held immediately prior an ordinary session of the Assembly. The Council meets usually during one day on this occasion and acts as the Steering Committee for the Assembly.

Elections for Chairperson and five Vice-chairpersons of IOC as well as for members of the IOC Executive are held every two years during the IOC Assembly.

There are 40 seats on the IOC Executive Council (1 Chairperson, 5 Vice-chairpersons and 34 Member States). The Chairperson and Vice-chairpersons are elected in their own capacity and must sign the appropriate nomination form. An elected Chairperson or a Vice-chairperson cannot be replaced during the term he/she is elected for. The Chairperson and Vice-chairpersons can serve for a maximum of two consecutive terms. There is no term limitation for IOC Member States concerning re-election to the Executive Council.

The next elections will take place during the 28th Session of the Assembly in June 2015.

Candidatures should be filed on nomination forms and duly signed and should be registered by the IOC Secretariat no later than Friday 28 June 2013, 18.00 hrs. [Please scroll down to see the current list of received nominations.]

Please note that it is not the IOC Secretariat that will determine if a nomination is valid or if it will go forward to the Assembly. This is decided by the Nominations Committee which will be established on the first day of the Assembly. The Nominations Committee function is only to accept and forward all nominations to the Assembly, while ensuring the procedure laid down in the IOC Rules of Procedure, Appendix I, are strictly adhered to. The Nominations Committee does not enter into any negotiations about a candidate or candidates in electoral groups.

The technical arrangements for the Elections of Officers of the IOC and other members of the Executive Council are provided in the IOC Rules of Procedure, Appendix I: Click here. Only IOC Member States can vote.

Nomination forms are provided in Annex I, II and III of the IOC Rules of Procedure. The Nomination forms can also be downloaded: IOC_Basic_Texts (or click the proper button below).

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