ACTIVITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION
Article 4. The Association carries out the following activities to achieve its goals:
a) Global powers related to countries and Islamic Geography, especially internal security issues, to protect the common values of Muslim nations, to expand them, to make them effective in all state institutions, to establish a platform of ideas that will enable the development of security methods by identifying threats to the material and moral values of countries. to conduct strategic intelligence studies, evaluate the possibilities and capabilities of the national power elements of these countries, their effects and threats to our country and each other, and to develop measures to be taken,
b) National power elements (Geographic, Economic, Socio- Cultural, Political, Military, Biographical, Scientific and Technical, Transportation ) of all Muslim Communities (Muslim Nation / State) that are members of the United Nations Organization or not, recognized or recognized by the United Nations as a State. ) to investigate,
c) To conduct studies and investigations to identify threats to the welfare and survival of Muslim Nations and to determine measures to eliminate them,
d) To gather information about the national power elements of regional and global powers, which are closely related to the Islamic geography, by gathering them from open sources, to conduct studies and evaluations about the strategic uses of these powers,
e) Identifying and evaluating the effects of the Islamic world on welfare and survival and corresponding measures by examining regional and global organizations,
f) To develop the necessary measures to be taken in the political, economic, military and socio- cultural fields by examining the current events occurring in the world and especially in the Islamic geography and in the regional and global power centers associated with this geography and their effects on the target of the Islamic Alliance ,
g) To investigate the institutions that need to be established for the alliance of Islamic countries and to develop the principles and principles related to its establishment,
h) To examine the foundation and principles of confederative and federative structures that can be formed by taking into account the geographical and ethnic characteristics of Islamic countries,
i) To investigate the principles and principles regarding the establishment of the Islamic Parliament and the Executive Committee ,
j) To examine the principles and principles of establishing an Islamic Solidarity Fund ,
k) To examine the principles and principles of the establishment of the Islamic Court of Justice, which will serve in the resolution of conflicts between Islamic countries and third countries.
l) To investigate the principles and principles regarding the formation and use of the Islamic Sudden Response force, which can be actually used in the resolution of conflicts between Islamic countries and third countries ,
m) "Islamic Human Rights Courts" in order to resolve the issues between the Administrations and the persons by examining the violations of the rights of Muslim nations in Islamic countries and third countries according to universal law rules ; To investigate the possibilities, principles and principles of establishing “Islamic Criminal Courts” in order to establish justice in matters between managers and individuals ,
n) To investigate the principles and principles of "Defense Industry Cooperation" opportunity among Muslim states ,
o) To evaluate the global and regional threats to Muslim states and to investigate the possibilities and principles of “Muslim States Defense Cooperation” that will enable them to eliminate these threats together ,
p) To investigate the possibilities, principles and principles of "Economic Cooperation" among Muslim nations ,
q) Collecting and accepting aid in line with its objectives,
r) To establish institutes, boards and commissions to perform duties and studies within the association for the realization of their objectives,
s) To organize seminars, conferences, panels, open sessions, symposiums , forums, contests and trips at national and international level in order to inform its members and the Muslim and the world public opinion in line with the purpose ; performing social events such as exhibitions, films, videos, theater and similar,
t) To prepare, prepare and organize cultural educational pages, corners, programs for radio and television, special videos for the public, cinevision , multivision and similar programs in media organs . To establish a website in line with its purpose, to carry out all kinds of activities in the internet environment. Preparing and publishing magazines, newspapers, circulars, scientific studies and books,
u) To create academic boards that will examine scientific reviews and articles prepared in line with its purpose and to include the reviews and articles under the control of these boards on its website and publications,
v) To establish libraries and archives,
w) To cooperate and support with private and legal persons and organizations operating for similar purposes,
x) To establish and operate economic, commercial and industrial enterprises, partnerships, foundations and charity funds in order to provide the income they need,
y) To establish and operate educational, medical, consultation, scientific and social units. Employing and training experts and personnel required for these activities,
z) To carry out aid activities, to work with aid organizations, to join federations.
aa ) Association's Field of Activity: Association; It operates in the field of International Enterprises and Cooperation, at home and abroad.
APPLICATION TO MEMBERSHIP Article 5. Anyone who meets the requirements and principles of ASSAM and who has agreed to work for this purpose, can apply to become a member of the Association.
Article 6. Those who wish to become a member of the association fill their requests by filling out the Member Entry Notification to the Headquarters of the Association's Headquarters and Branch Boards. Association Headquarters Board of Directors or Branch Board of Directors decides the applications made for membership within 30 days and informs the applicant in writing. Membership application can be rejected without any justification. Branches notify the members of the membership to the Association Headquarters at the end of each month.
MEMBERS 'RIGHTS AND DUTIES Article 7. Association members have equal rights. Each member has one vote in the general assembly. The honorary member does not have the right to vote. Association members pay 100 (one hundred) TL as the entrance fee and 240 (two hundred forty) TL as the annual fee.
Article 8. Each member may leave the Association provided that he / she notifies his / her request to leave in writing.
REMOVING FROM MEMBERSHIP Article 9. In the event that the conditions to become a member of the Associations are lost according to the Law of Associations or if the reason for their dismissals arises according to the Association's Statute, the Board of Directors shall add this opinion to the Honorary Court after adding its opinion. An objection can be made to the General Assembly of the Association against the decision of removal. The decision of the General Assembly is final.
REASONS TO BE REMOVED FROM MEMBERSHIP Article 10. a ) To commit words and behaviors that are incompatible with the objectives of the association, b) Failure to comply with the decisions of the General Assembly and the Board of Directors, c) To put the association under obligation without any authorization, d) In any way, to severely disrupt the activities of the association.
DECREASE OF MEMBERSHIP Article 11. Membership falls automatically in the following cases;
a) The death of the member,
b) Member's resignation,
c) The member loses his license to exercise his civil rights,
d) The emergence of legal barriers to membership or loss of legal conditions related to membership,
e) The membership fee is not paid within 30 days despite the written notification.
ASSOCIATION ORGANS Article 12. The association consists of the following organs.
a) Management Organs;
(1) General Assembly,
(2) General Board of Directors,
(3) Supervisory Board,
(4) Dignity Court.
b) Consultation and Strategic Research Bodies;
(1) High Advisory Board
(2) Strategic Research Boards
(3) Scientific Studies and Academic Evaluation Commission
(4) Editorial Board
ASSOCIATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Article 13. General Assembly of the Association; is the most authorized body of the association. It meets normally and extraordinarily. It consists of the participation of registered members to the Headquarters and Branches ( including members based on representative offices in the nearest places , if any ). Travel expenses of the members who will attend the General Assembly are covered by their own.
ASSOCIATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETINGS
Article 14. a ) Ordinary Meeting: Ordinary General Assembly meetings are held once every three years upon the call of the General Assembly. Association bodies are elected for three years.
b) Extraordinary Meeting : The General Assembly meets extraordinarily upon the written request of the General Management or Supervisory Boards or one fifth of the members of the Association. Upon the written request of one fifth of the members of the Supervisory Board or the association, if the General Board of Directors does not call the General Assembly for a meeting within one month, the Supervisory Board or one of the members requesting a meeting may request a decision to hold an extraordinary General Assembly meeting from the Magistrate of the District.
CALL PROCEDURE FOR MEETING Article 15. Meeting Call Procedure;
a) The General Board of Directors organizes the list of members who have the right to attend the general meeting according to the 13th article of the association's charter. Members who are entitled to attend the general assembly are invited to the meeting at least fifteen days in advance by announcing the day, time, place and agenda in a newspaper or by written or electronic mail. In this call, if the meeting cannot be held due to the lack of majority, the date, time and place of the second meeting is also stated.
b) The period between the first meeting and the second meeting cannot be less than seven days and more than sixty days. If the meeting is postponed for any reason other than the reason that the majority cannot be provided, this situation is announced to the members in accordance with the call procedure made for the first meeting by stating the reasons for the postponement. It is mandatory to hold the second meeting within six months at the latest from the postponement date. Members are recalled to the second meeting according to the principles stated in the first paragraph. The general assembly meeting cannot be postponed more than once.
PLACE OF MEETING Article 16. General Assembly meetings are held in the city where the Association Headquarters is located.
NUMBER OF ENOUGH MEETING Article 17. The General Assembly convenes with the participation of one more than half of the members who have the right to attend the General Assembly in accordance with the charter of the Association. If absolute majority cannot be achieved in the first meeting, majority is not sought in the second meeting. However, in this case, the number of members attending the meeting cannot be less than twice the total number of the members of the Association's Management and Supervisory Boards.
MEETING OF THE MEETING
Article 18. a ) Meeting Procedure: The list of members who have the right to attend the general assembly is kept at the meeting place. The identity documents of the members who will enter the meeting place by the official authorities are checked by the members of the board of directors or the officers to be assigned by the board of directors. The members enter the meeting place by signing against their names on the list arranged by the board of directors. Those who do not show the identity document, those who do not sign the specified list and those who do not have the right to attend the general assembly are not admitted to the meeting place. These persons and non-members of the association can watch the general assembly meeting in a separate section. If the meeting quorum is provided, the situation is determined in a minute and the meeting is opened by the chairman of the board of directors or one of the members of the board of directors. In case the meeting quorum is not met, a minutes is issued by the board of directors. After the opening, a chairman and a sufficient number of vice-chairmen and delegates are elected to manage the meeting. In the voting to be held for the selection of the organs of the association, it is obligatory for the voting members to show their identity to the council committee and to sign their names against the list of attendees. The management and security of the meeting belongs to the chairman of the council. The General Assembly is concluded by discussing the agenda items and resolving them. Each member has one vote in the General Assembly. The member must use the game personally. The issues discussed and decisions taken at the meeting are written in a minute and signed together by the chairman of the council and the clerk. At the end of the meeting, the minutes and other documents are delivered to the chairman of the board of directors. The chairman of the board is responsible for protecting these documents and delivering them to the newly elected board within seven days.
b) The General Meeting Notification of Results: ordinary or extraordinary general meeting Within thirty days, the management and supervisory board by involving other organs to selected principal and alternate members of the General Meeting Notification of Results Report Associations Regulations of the 17 th prepared in accordance with substantive, administrative authority by the chairman of the Board of Directors is reported to the administration.
TOPICS TO BE MEETED AT THE MEETING Article 19. The General Assembly prepares and announces the agenda of the meeting. Only the issues on the agenda are discussed at the meeting. However, the subjects that are requested to be discussed by at least one tenth of the members present at the meeting must also be included in the agenda.
VOTING AND DECISION-MAKING PROCEDURE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY Article 20. Only members mentioned in Article 13 may participate in the General Assembly and vote. Decisions other than the amendments to the charter and the termination are made by the absolute majority of the participating members. In case of equality, the party to which the chairman participates is considered to have provided the majority. The selection of the organs of the association is made on the basis of secret voting and open classification.
DUTIES AND AUTHORITIES OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY Article 21. General Assembly;
a) To elect the General Management and Supervisory Boards and the Board of Honor,
b) To change the charter of the association,
c) To examine the reports of the organs selected by the General Assembly of the Association, the balance sheet, income and expense tables, to discuss them, to make proposals for future studies,
d) To decide on the opening of the branches of the association, to authorize the founders of the branches, to terminate the branches that operate in a manner incompatible with the aims and principles of the association and which display a different attitude from the headquarters of the association,
e) Discussing and accepting the budget to be prepared by the Board of Directors exactly or by changing,
f) To identify new study topics to be carried out in the next period,
g) Authorizing the General Board of Directors on economic and asylum-related matters such as the purchase, sale, mortgage of the immovable and movable property required by the Association or the resolution, donation or transfer of the mortgage ,
h) Deciding to join the association or leave the association, (It uses its power in this paragraph by the General Board of Directors.)
i) To decide whether the Association is to operate internationally, to join the Associations or organizations abroad or to leave (It uses its authority in this paragraph by the General Board of Directors.)
j) To examine and decide on the objections of the members who are decided to be removed from the Association, and to decide the termination of the Association,
k) It has the duties and powers to fulfill the duties stipulated by the Law of Associations and other relevant legislation by the General Assembly.
GENERAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Article 22. a ) Formation of the General Board of Directors : The General Board of Directors is elected by the General Assembly, with 9 permanent and 9 alternate members, by secret ballot. Substitute members are called in order to start the task with the highest number of votes as long as the vacant members are vacant. Members of the General Board of Directors are elected for a period of 3 years.
b) Association Officers and Wages: When it is not possible to execute through volunteers, paid personnel may be employed with the Decision of the General Board of Directors for the execution of the Association's Services and to take part in the activities of the "Consultation and Research Organs". The amount and wages of the paid officers are determined by the General Board of Directors of the Association, taking into account the income of the association.
GENERAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS TASK DEPARTMENT
Article 23. The General Board of Directors, at its first meeting, elects a Chairman of the Board, five Vice-Presidents, a Secretary General, a Deputy Secretary General, a General Accountant and Vice-Presidents, with its administrative activities and “Consultation and Strategic The department of duty shall be assigned to determine the responsible person for each of the Research Organs.
MEETING OF THE GENERAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Article 24. The General Board of Directors is ordinary once a month and also the Chairman of the General Board or Chairman of the General Board. His assistants, the Secretary General, the Deputy Secretary General meet extraordinarily upon the call of at least three of the accountants . The General Board of Directors meets regularly every 6 months, in consultative nature, and with the heads of branches that are needed upon the request of the chairman . When the Chairman is not the Chairman, the Vice President responsible for Administrative Affairs acts as the Chairman. The member who does not attend the meeting 5 times in a row without any excuse or 7 times in any case is deemed to have been dismissed . If the original memberships are vacated , the substitute members are required to be brought to the original membership in the order of their votes. If it falls, the General Assembly is called for an extraordinary meeting in accordance with Article 14-b.
DUTIES AND AUTHORITIES OF THE GENERAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Article 25. Duties and Powers of the General Board of Directors;
a) To form the High Advisory Board, Strategic Working Boards, Studies and Academic Evaluation Commission, Editorial Board for the necessary fields of study, and to provide a suitable working environment for these bodies.
b) To determine the working principles and principles of the Advisory and Strategic Research Organs,
c) To carry out studies required by the purpose of the association, to take decisions and implement them,
d) Implementing the budget of the association, designing the new budget and carrying out its records,
e) To call the General Assembly of the Association for ordinary and extraordinary meetings,
f) To prepare the agenda of the General Assembly meetings,
g) To carry out the decisions taken at the General Assembly regarding the activities of the Association,
h) Establishing or removing additional commissions, boards in matters and fields it deems necessary,
i) To assign duties and powers to one or more members of the Association to carry out Association affairs,
j) To prepare and enforce internal regulations and directives regarding the internal functioning of the Association and especially the operation of the commissions and boards to be established,
k) Deciding and authorizing to file a lawsuit on behalf of the association, representing or having the association represented in the lawsuit to be filed,
l) To carry out other works arising from laws, regulations, internal regulations and General Assembly resolutions.
m) To supervise the activities of branches and representatives by checking whether they comply with the principles of the Association's charter.
n) If the conditions for opening a representative office are deemed necessary, to decide on the opening of Association representatives, to authorize the founders of the representative office, to terminate the representative offices that operate in a manner incompatible with the aims and principles of the association and which display a different attitude from the headquarters of the association.
CHAIRMAN OF THE GENERAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Article 26. The chairman of the General Board of Directors represents the association on behalf of the General Board of Directors. Presides the General Board of Directors. When necessary, it gives a written or verbal statement upon the decision of the Board of Directors. Within 30 days following the election made by the General Assembly, it reports the General Assembly Result Notification Report to the administrative authority.
Article 27. They perform the duties assigned by the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
a) Vice President in charge of Administrative Affairs: The administrative activities of the Association are carried out by the name of the Chairman of the General Board of Directors, and when it is absent, it acts as the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
b) Vice-Presidents responsible for Consultation and Strategic Research Bodies: It ensures that the Commission or Board that it is responsible for conducts the works of these organs according to the working instructions principles. They are responsible for the work of these commissions and Committees for the purposes of ASSAM.
GENERAL SECRETARY Article 28. The Secretary General conducts all the correspondence of the association related to management. Deputy Secretary Generals carry out the work given by the Secretary General. He coordinates his work with the Vice President responsible for Administrative Affairs.
INTERNAL AUDIT AND SUPERVISORY BOARD OF THE ASSOCIATION
Article 29. a ) Internal audit of the Association ; The Association is held by the General Assembly, the General Board and the Supervisory Board. The time and form of internal audit performed by these boards are specified in the articles regarding the duties and powers of the boards.
b) Association Supervisory Board; It consists of 3 original and 3 substitute members. According to the number of votes they receive from the members who are proposed or candidate for the Supervisory Board, the first three people are selected as the original, and three subsequent members are elected as substitute members. A chairman is elected among the members of the Supervisory Board. The Supervisory Board meets quarterly. The task of the original Member, who does not come to the meetings twice in a row or four times in any case, terminates. Substitute members are promoted to the original membership according to the order of votes received by the original member whose membership has fallen.
DUTIES OF THE SUPERVISORY BOARD Article 30. The Supervisory Board performs the following duties.
To inspect the activities, accounts and related transactions of the Association at least every 6 months and to report missing or wrong issues to the board of directors, To present the general accounts and wishes of the Association during the period, and their opinions about the budget for the new period to the general assembly, if necessary to call the board meeting, to attend the meetings of the General Assembly of the Association related to financial affairs without voting right, to perform other duties shown in the Regulation.
HAYSİYET DİVAN - ESTABLISHMENT AND ITS DUTIES Article 31. The Dignity Council consists of 3 principal and 3 alternate members. The members of the Dignity Council are elected by the General Assembly by secret ballot. Candidates are ranked according to the votes they received. The first 3 people will be the original, and the next 3 will be substitute members. In case of a tie, the draw system is applied. The dignity court examines the status of the members sent to it and decides. The Board of Honor is empowered to impose disciplinary sanctions written in article 32 of the ASSAM Regulation.
DISCIPLINARY PENALTIES Article 32. Dignity Court is authorized to give the following disciplinary penalties about the members of the Association:
ORGANIZATION AND DUTIES OF CONSULTATION AND STRATEGIC RESEARCH ORGANS:
HIGH ADVISORY BOARD Article 33. Establishment and Duties of the High Advisory Board;
a) It is formed by the General Board of Directors from people who have sufficient knowledge, knowledge and experience, in the amount of need, scientists and management experience in the works suitable for ASSAM's establishment purposes.
b) The principles and principles of establishment and work are determined by the General Management Board.
c) Convenes at the periods and times to be determined by the General Board of Directors and consults the topics on the agenda.
d) The persons to be elected to the High Advisory Board are not required to be ASSAM Members. The issues regarding the employment of members are determined by the General Board of Directors and the amount of their wages is determined by the General Assembly.
e) Decisions are advisory.
STRATEGIC RESEARCH COMMITTEES
Article 34. Establishment and Duties of Strategic Research Boards;
a) It consists of people appointed by the General Board of Directors in order to carry out strategic investigations and researches in the fields and geographical areas that are appropriate to the objectives of ASSAM and specified in their activities.
b) The General Board of Directors decides on which subjects and areas, and in which names and in what amount, the Strategic Research Board will be formed.
c) The election of the Heads of the Strategic Research Boards, how the appropriate organization will be for each, and the working principles and principles of the Boards are determined by the General Board of Directors.
d) The persons who will be elected to the Strategic Research Boards are not required to be ASSAM Members. The issues regarding the employment of the members are determined by the General Board of Directors, and the wages to be paid are determined by the General Assembly.
e) Strategic Research Boards are the main boards of the association that will make scientific and strategic evaluations at the social, cultural, economic, military and political level about the Geography and Countries specified in ASSAM 's objectives and activities.
f) Articles and studies to be published in ASSAM Publishing organs and in the general press are consulted in the relevant working board.
g) Seminars, conferences, panels, open sessions, symposiums and forums to be held on subjects suitable for ASSAM objectives are determined by the Strategic Research Boards in the annual ASSAM activity plans and put into practice on time.
Article 35. Establishment and Duties of Scientific Studies and Academic Evaluation Commission;
a) Consists of Scientists who are determined by the decisions of the General Board of Directors among the people who have scientific careers to examine the theses and studies prepared in accordance with the objectives of ASSAM and specified in their activities and to make academic evaluations.
b) The establishment and working principles and principles of the Commission are determined by the General Management Board,
c) The chairman and the department of the commission, meeting procedures, principles and periods are determined by the decisions of the Board consisting of the Commission Members.
d) The Board gives scientific opinions regarding the studies, reviews and theses that will provide scientific careers in Higher Education Institutions and to be published in Association Publications.
e) The persons to be elected to the Scientific Studies and Academic Evaluation Commission are not required to be ASSAM members. The issues regarding the employment of the members are determined by the General Board of Directors and the amount of their wages is determined by the General Assembly.
Article 36. Establishment and Duties of the Editorial Board;
a) The Editorial Board is established by the General Board of Directors to manage the visual and written media that will publish the articles, etudes, scientific research and news produced by ASSAM Commissions and Boards.
b) The formation, working principles and principles of the Editorial Board are determined by the General Management Board.
c) The persons to be elected to the Editorial Board are not required to be ASSAM members. The issues regarding the employment of the members are determined by the General Board of Directors, and the wages to be paid are determined by the General Assembly.
ESTABLISHMENT OF BRANCHES AND REPRESENTATIVES
Article 37. a ) Establishment of Branches: For this purpose, the founding committee of at least three persons authorized by the board of directors of the association gives the branch establishment notification and necessary documents specified in the 7th article of the Associations Regulation regarding the branch establishment to the largest civilian authority of the place where the branch will be opened. In order to open branches in provinces or districts, it is obligatory to register at least 10 or more members in the Management or Strategic Research Boards capable of conducting research and investigation or having academic formation .
b) Branches cannot open a Representative Office.
c) on the branch organization for other necessary documents and procedures, 7th of Association Regulation to Md.s will move accordingly.
d) Establishment of Representatives: For this purpose, the founding committee of at least three persons authorized by the board of directors of the association shall give the representative establishment notification and the necessary documents to the largest administrative authority of the place where the representative office will be opened , based on the procedures specified for the branches. In order to be opened, it is obligatory to register at least 5 or more members in the Management or Strategic Research Boards capable of doing research and investigation or having academic formation.
e) When the representatives develop over time and increase the number of members who can research and examine to the level of branches, Şb . The carcasses for Gn . Cnt . To apply it on.
f) The address of the representative is determined by the person or persons appointed as a representative by the decision of the General Board of Directors (whichever is close to him) Gn . Mrk .e / is notified to the branch and the local administrative authority of that place in writing. Representatives may not be represented in the General Assembly.
ORGANS OF BRANCHES Article 38. Branch organs consist of Branch General Assembly, Branch Board of Directors and Branch Supervision Board. With the decision of the ASSAM General Management Board, in addition to the Branch organs, those required from the "Consultation and Strategic Research Organs" located in the ASSAM Central bodies can be established within the required branches. The "Consultation and Strategic Research Organs" activities to be established within the branches are determined by the General Board of Directors. they can see .
DUTIES AND POWERS
MEETING TIME OF BRANCHES GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND HOW TO REPRESENT IN THE GENERAL CENTER GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Article 39. Branch General Assembly consists of all members registered at the branch. Branches are obliged to complete their ordinary general assembly meetings at least two months before the General Headquarters Ordinary General Assembly meeting. The ordinary general assemblies of the branches meet every three years, in September, at the place, day and time to be determined by the branch board of directors, with the headquarters to be completed at least two months before the ordinary general assembly meeting. The Branch General Assembly elects the Branch Board of Directors, the Supervisory Board and the Delegates of the Headquarters. Election secret ballot is by open classification. According to the number of votes, the main and alternate members are determined. Branches; Ordinary or extraordinary general meeting within thirty days following the management and supervision including boards and other bodies to the full and alternate members of the branch General Meeting Notification of Results report of the Regulations of the Association's 17 nd to prepare material according to the principles, management of administrative authority by the chairman and the Association Headquarters they must report. In the headquarters general assembly meetings, branches are represented by branch delegates elected in the last general assembly and the main members of the board of directors. The main members of the branch management boards are the natural delegates of the headquarters general assembly.
BRANCH BOARD OF DIRECTORS Article 40. Formation and Duties of Branch Boards of Directors:
a) Formation of Branch Boards of Directors: 5 principal and 5 alternate members are elected by the Branch General Assembly. The Branch Board of Directors selects a chairman, two vice presidents, a secretary and a treasurer among its members. The branches opened by the General Board of Directors convene their general assemblies within six months at the latest. The branch board of directors may call for an extraordinary meeting by at least three of its members. Ordinary meetings are held at least once a month. Branch board of directors execute all their works in accordance with the regulations, ASSAM General Assembly, General Board of Directors decisions, Associations Law and Regulation. Substitute members are called in order to start the task with the highest number of votes as long as the vacant members are vacant. Branch Board Members are elected for a period of 3 years.
b) Branch Officers and Salaries: When it is not possible to execute through volunteers, paid personnel can be employed with the proposal of the Branch Boards of Directors and the General Board of Directors Decision to be employed in the activities of the "Consultation and Research Organs". The amount of paid officers is determined by the General Board of Directors of the Association, and the wages to be paid are determined by the General Assembly of the Association, taking into account the income of the Association and the Branch.
BRANCH CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Article 41. The head of the Branch Board of Directors represents the association on behalf of the Branch Board of Directors. The branch presides over the board of directors. When necessary, the branch gives a written or verbal statement upon the decision of the board of directors. Within 30 days following the election made by the branch general assembly, it reports the “Branch General Assembly Final Report” to the administrative authority and the Headquarters of the Association.
CHAIRMAN OF THE BRANCH
Article 42. Deputy chairmen of the board of directors perform the duties assigned by the chairman of the board of directors. In the absence of the chairman of the board of directors, he performs all kinds of duties and uses his powers by proxy.
BRANCH AUDITING BOARD
Article 43. Branch Supervisory Board consists of 3 original and 3 alternate members. According to the number of votes they receive from the members who are proposed or candidate for the Supervisory Board, the first three people are selected as the original, and three subsequent members are chosen as substitute members. A chairman is elected among the members of the Branch Supervisory Board. The Supervisory Board meets quarterly. The duty of the principal, who does not come to the meetings for two consecutive times or, possibly, four times in a period, ends. Substitute members are promoted to the original membership according to the order of votes received by the original member whose membership has fallen.
DUTIES OF BRANCH AUDITING BOARD
Article 44. Branch Supervisory Board performs the following duties.
a) To inspect the accounts of the branch and its related transactions at least once every 6 months and to report missing or incorrect matters to the branch board of directors,
b) Submitting the calculations and activities of the association during the period, their general wishes and wishes and their views on the budget for the new period to the branch general assembly with a report,
c) To call the general assembly of the branch to the meeting when necessary,
d) To attend the meetings of the Association Branch Board of Directors related to financial affairs without the right to vote,
e) To perform other duties shown in the Regulation.
Article 45. In cases where there are no other provisions in this regulation, all organs of the association are gathered with absolute majority, decisions are taken with the absolute majority of the participants. In case of equality of votes, the party to which the chairman attends provides the majority.
BOOK AND RECORDS
Article 46. The board of the association keeps the books shown below;
a) Member Registry Book: The identity of the members of the association, their entrance to the association, the dues they will provide are written in this book.
b) Decision Book: In these books to be kept by the Board of Directors, the decisions are written and signed in order of date and number.
c) Document Books: Print the incoming and outgoing documents in the date and number order.
d) Balance Sheet Budget and Final Account Book: Each year's balance sheet and final account schedules are kept in this file.
e) Income and Expense Book,
f) Fixture Book,
g) Receipt Document Registry .
MEMBER FEES, INCOME AND GOODS
Article 47. Income of the Association; It is the income from members 'dues , donations from associations of similar purpose, workers and employers' unions and professional organizations in order to achieve their goals.
Member fees; 100 (one hundred) TL as an entrance fee and 240 ( two hundred and forty ) TL as an annual fee . Annual dues can be paid in equal installments every month, as well as once. The determination of the dues amount is under the authority of the General Assembly. Cash contributions; ASSAM can carry out joint projects with public institutions and organizations on matters falling within its fields of duty, in violation of the provisions of Law No. 5072 on Associations and Foundations' Relations with Public Institutions and Organizations. It can accept in-kind and cash contributions from public institutions and organizations for use in joint projects. ASSAM may receive in-kind and cash assistance from persons, institutions and organizations abroad to be used for its own purpose. Detailed information about the identity of the person and institution and the country of the beneficiary shall be notified to the administrative authority at the latest one month before the assistance is received. The Association can acquire movable and immovable property in order to realize its purpose and continue its works.
THE ASSOCIATION'S BORROWING PROCEDURE AND THE DEBT LOADING PROCEDURES Article 48. The Association may borrow with the decision of the board of directors, if necessary, in order to achieve its objectives and carry out its activities. This borrowing can be on the purchase of goods and services on credit, or on cash. However, this borrowing cannot be made in amounts that cannot be covered by the income sources of the association and in a quality that will make the association difficult to pay. £ 1,000 debt installs all operations of the Association. (Thousands of Turkish Lira) n of all expenditures in excess of the association chairman or vice president in charge of administrative affairs with the general accountant's signature is mandatory. 1.000 TL. ' the water does not exceed the expenses chairman, vice-chairman or general accountant can be done with a single signature.
PROCEDURE FOR INCOME AND EXPENSES
Article 49. Association revenues are collected with receipts and expenses are made with expenditure documents. If income is collected through banks , documents such as receipts or bank statements issued by the bank replace the receipt. The retention period of these documents is five years. Association money is stored in an account to be opened in a bank on behalf of the Association. Association money is stored in an account to be opened in a bank on behalf of the Association. The amount of money to be stored in the vault of the association should be the number to be found as a result of multiplying the civil servant salary coefficient by a thousand. 25% of the fees collected from the members of the branches are sent to the headquarters no later than the 15th of each month.
CHANGING THE ASSOCIATION'S REGULATION
Article 50. The charter of the Association can be changed with the written request of the Board of Directors or one fifth of the members by the approval vote of 2/3 of the members attending the general meeting.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ASSOCIATION Article 51. The General Assembly of the Association shall decide on the dissolution of the Association. In the first meeting, it is mandatory to have at least 2/3 of the members who have the right to attend the general assembly according to the bylaws. In this way, if the majority cannot be obtained, a call is made for a second meeting. Members who will meet upon this call can discuss the issue of termination regardless of the number. Decisions on termination are made by a 2/3 majority of the members present.
LIQUIDATION OF GOODS AT THE END OF TERMINATION
Article 52. The general assembly, which decides the dissolution of the association, elects a three-person board for the liquidation of the association's goods. This board determines the association's assets, receivables and debts. It takes its receivables, pays off debts. The General Assembly, who decided to dissolve, decided to transfer the goods of the Association to the Justice Defenders Association and Yunus Nature Sports Association in an equal amount.
Article 53. In matters not mentioned in this regulation, act in accordance with the Law on Associations and other relevant legislation.
OBLIGATION TO PROVIDE DECLARATION
Article 54. The heads of the Board of Directors of the Association, Headquarters and Branch are obliged to prepare the Association Declarations of the previous year in accordance with the article 83 of the Associations Regulation and submit them to the administrative authority in the first four months of each calendar year. The headquarters and branches in the provincial centers and districts within the boundaries of the metropolitan municipality give their statements as one copy, and the branches in the other district center give two copies. The branches are also obliged to send a copy of the declarations they will give to the administrative authority to the General Directorate of the Association. A declaration is not given separately for the representatives, but all kinds of information about the representations are shown in the Association Headquarters declaration.
FOUNDERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
Name and surname
TC Identification number
Article 1. The General Assembly of the Association convenes at the latest within 6 months upon the call of the temporary General Board of Directors and forms the bodies of the Association. During this period, the Interim General Board of Directors shall serve below.
General president:Adnan TANRIVERDI
Vice President:Fethi KIRAN
Vice President:Gürcan ONAT
Vice President:Mustafa HACIMUSTAFAOĞULLARI
Vice President: Ali Coşar
Vice President: Ersan ERGÜR
General Secretary: A. K. Melih TANRIVERDİ
Deputy Secretary General:Mehmet Emin KOÇAK
General Accountant:Aykut Ozer
Madde 55- Derneğin ilk kurucularının tamamı T.C. uyruklu olup, kimlik bilgileri aşağıda belirtilmiştir:
Adı ve Soyadı
TC Kimlik NO
M. Emin KOÇAK
Dr. Mehmet Naci EFE