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STATUTE OF NATIONAL CONSOCIATION

OF FRATRES BLOOD DONATORS

OF APPROVED ITALIAN MEASUREMENTS

TO AGRICULTURAL ASSEMBLY

ON 1 OCTOBER 2000

 

TITLE I

GENERAL RULES

 

ARTICLE 1 - ORIGIN

1. The national consortium of the "Fratres" blood donor groups of Misericordie d'Italia derives its origin from the National Confederation of Mercy of Italy and was founded in Lucca on June 19-20, 1971.

2. The Conscience was erected in a moral body by decree of the Ministry of Health of October 11, 1994.

ARTICLE 2 - COMPOSITION

1. Consortia consists of "Fratres" blood donors, organs and blood donors set up pursuant to Title II of the Civil Code.

2. After the acceptance of the application, the Consortium may become a member of the newly constituted group, provided that they adopt the statutory form drawn up by the Consortium itself.

3. The Implementing Regulations shall lay down the procedures for submitting the application for admission to the Consortium and the documentation to be attached.

4. The Consortium is not responsible for any administrative and / or economic failures that would arise against third parties from the associates.

ARTICLE 3 - DEFINITION, DURATION AND SEAT

1. Consortia is a grouping of volunteering for the purpose of mobilizing citizens in the field of anonymous, free, periodic and responsible donation of blood, organs and blood donation; is based on Christian principles and is inspired by human solidarity and Christian charity.

2. The Consortium has unlimited duration, no profit, is apartheid and has democratic structures and organization.

3. Membership fees are elective and free, as the benefits provided by associates to the Consortium are free.

4. The Consortium may avail itself of an employee or self-employed person solely within the limits necessary for its regular operation or for performing qualified and specialized activities.

5. It is forbidden to distribute, even indirectly, administrative surplus or otherwise named, and also the obligation to allocate them to the realization of institutional purposes.

6. The Consortium is based in the city of Florence in viale Giacomo Matteotti n ° 60.

ARTICLE 4 - LEGAL NATURE

1. The Consortium is constituted pursuant to the last paragraph of Articles 18 and 38 of the Constitution and Article 12 of the Civil Code.

ARTICLE 5 - STEM

1. The Coat of Arms consists of a heart and a drop of blood, both red on a white background.

2. The adoption of the coat of arms referred to in the preceding paragraph is mandatory for new constitution groups, which may only add their denomination.

3. The coat of arms and the names of the groups that are members at the date of entry into force of this Statute may be changed only upon prior authorization of the Consortium.

4. The coat of arms and the denomination "Fratres", registered and protected according to law, shall be adopted with the prior consent of the Consortium and their deposit is the responsibility of the Consortium.

ARTICLE 6 - FINALITY

1. It is the primary purpose of the Conspiracy to spread adequate awareness of blood donation and to promote functional initiatives to propagate the high social value of organ donation and blood donation.

2. For the attainment of the purposes of the preceding paragraph, the Consortium:

a) pursues the integral promotion of man, inspired by the Christian conception of life;

b) promotes the development of a culture of blood donation and its components, as well as the culture of social solidarity and fraternity, which is the necessary foundation;

c) Supports voluntary, free, anonymous, responsible and periodic donation;

(d) work to protect the health of donors and recipients;

e) concurs, within the scope of the law governing transfusion activities, the achievement of self-sufficiency in the national field for the satisfaction of the need for whole blood, hemocomponents and emodies;

f) encourages, with appropriate initiatives, the increase of the presence of groups throughout the national territory;

g) develop permanent action at all levels of social life, especially in the youth and student world, for the dissemination of health education and for the formation of the gift culture with reference to the inspiration and the logic of the Gospel;

(h) liaise with other donor associations in order to coordinate all blood collection initiatives, improve the activities of public transfusion facilities and propose new and more modern legal provisions on this matter;

(i) Follows progress and scientific updating in the transfusion field, contributing to a more intensive development of research and use of blood and blood derivatives and promoting good blood use;

j) also spreads organ donation and blood donation, so that everyone feels actually available to their brothers.

ART. 7 - RELATIONS WITH ECCLESIASTIC AUTHORITY

1. With regard to the Christian character inherent in one's associative life and that of individual associates, Consciousness - also through its spiritual assistant - maintains substantial relations and reference to ecclesiastical authority.

ART. 8 - HERITAGE

1. The financial resources of the Consortium are constituted by the membership units of the groups to the extent determined annually by the assembly; from the contributions of bodies, associations, institutions, associations and benefactors; leave and donations; from the proceeds of events and activities organized by the Consortium.

ART. 9 - ECONOMIC RESOURCES

1. The revenues of the Consortium, which are administratively distinct from those of the individual associates, consist of:

(a) contributions and reimbursements provided for by state and / or regional provisions, as well as various revenue deriving from conventional relationships;

b) contributions from bodies, institutions, associations and benefactors;

c) proceeds from events, initiatives and commercial and productive activities

"no profit", within the limits permitted by law;

d) private contributions, leave and donations;

(e) any provision provided for by law, administrative acts and / or special projects for the pursuit of institutional purposes;

f) other allowed revenue.

ART. 10 - SOCIAL EXERCISE AND BALANCE SHEET

1. The business year begins on January 1 and ends December 31 of each year.

2. By 31 May of each year, a resolution shall be issued on the final balance sheet for the financial year and the budget for the following financial year.

3. Balances shall be deposited in copy at the headquarters of the Consortium together with the affiliated reports during the thirty days preceding the respective Shareholders' Meeting and as long as they are approved; the associates can take a look.

 

TITLE II

RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF ASSOCIATES

 

ART. 11 - RIGHTS

1. Associates enjoy all the rights of the Consortium, enjoy the services it establishes, participate in the assemblies and are the only ones to have voting rights there.

ART. 12 - OBLIGATIONS

1. Associates are required to comply with and comply with the statutes, regulations and resolutions legally adopted by the affiliated bodies.

 

TITLE III

BODIES AND ORGANISMS

 

ART. 13 - INDIVIDUATION

1. They are central organs of Conspiracy:

(a) the national assembly;

b) the national council;

(c) the Bureau;

d) the national president;

(e) the College of Auditors;

f) the college of probivirs.

1. They are territorial bodies of Conspiracy:

(a) the regional assembly;

b) the Regional Council;

c) the provincial assembly;

d) the provincial council.

1. They are organisms of Conspiracy:

(a) the national administrator;

b) the national spiritual assistant;

c) the national health adviser;

(d) the national secretary.

 

CHAPTER I - CENTRAL ORGANS

THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

 

ART. 14 - COMPOSITION

1. The national assembly shall be composed of legal representatives of the associated groups, among whom shall elect its chairman.

2. The members of the National Council, the College of Auditors, the Board of Trustees, the National Spiritual Assistant, the National Health Adviser and the Chairman of the National Confederation of Mercy of Italy have an advisory vote on all matters of competence of the assembly, whose meetings should be invited in the forms established for the convocation of the components referred to in the first paragraph.

3. The members of the Shareholders' Meeting who have the right to vote may delegate their function to a person enrolled in the group represented or, alternatively, the representative of another group.

4. The representative of each group may not bear more than one delegation.

ART. 15 - CONVOCATION

1. The National Assembly shall meet by 31 May of each year to decide on the balance sheet for the financial year in question and the budget for the following financial year; it also meets every four years for the renewal of the central organs.

2. The Shareholders' Meeting also meets:

(a) at all times on a due diligence by the National Council or the Bureau;

b) written and motivated request of at least one tenth of the associates.

In the cases referred to in points (a) and (b) of resolution and request, the topics to be addressed must be indicated.

1. The national assembly normally meets in the municipality where the Consortium is based; meetings at a different location are deliberated by the organ who has convened the meeting. In the event of a call in accordance with paragraph (b) of the preceding paragraph, the eligibility of the request and the venue for the meeting shall be decided by the Bureau.

2. The meeting shall be convened by the national president by written notice containing the date, time, place of the meeting and the list of topics to be discussed; the notice must be sent to the holders of the right of participation at least 20 days before the one set for the meeting. The legal representatives of the groups are notified to the seat of the legal entity represented.

3. The same notice shall also be fixed for the same day, provided that at least one hour after the scheduled time for the first convocation, the meeting at second call, in the event that the first departure is deserted.

4. The Implementing Regulations of the By-laws shall govern the manner in which the Shareholders' Meeting shall attend.

ART. 16 - VALIDITY OF MEETINGS

1. Meetings of the National Assembly shall be valid at the first convocation if at least half of the components referred to in the first paragraph of Article 14 are present; in the second call the validity of the meetings is subject to the presence of at least one quarter of the members with a vote of deliberation.

2. The provision referred to in the preceding paragraph shall not apply to resolutions whose validity is subordinated by law or by statute to the favorable vote of a special quorum.

ART. 17 - ATTRIBUTIONS

1. The National Assembly:

a) elects the national council, the college of auditors and the college of probivers;

(b) revoke the organs referred to in (a) above or individual members thereof;

c) decides on the final and final budgets;

d) deliberate on issues of a general nature and of a programmatic direction;

e) deliberates on amendments to the By-Laws;

f) deliberates the approval of the statute of the associated groups;

(g) deliberates on the matters referred to in Title V below;

(h) fixing, at the same time as the approval of the budget, the allocation of financial resources, including in relation to the working conditions of the members of the governing board, either on the proposal of the national council or on the request of at least two thirds of the members of the assembly;

i) approve extraordinary funding for any required entitlement;

(j) approve multiannual economic commitments;

k) approves specific project-specific guidelines for the association of all structures;

l) exercises any other function attributed by law or statute.

ART. 18 - VALIDITY OF THE DECISIONS

1. The resolutions of the National Assembly shall be adopted by a majority of votes cast.

2. Amendments to the Articles of Association shall be approved by the Shareholders' Meeting with the presence of at least half and one of the members and with the favorable vote of the majority of those present.

3. Resolutions relating to the dissolution and transfer of assets shall be adopted by the majority provided for in the third paragraph of Article 21 of the Civil Code.

 

THE NATIONAL COUNCIL

ART. 19 - COMPOSITION

1. The national council shall be composed of 15 members elected by the national assembly in accordance with the rules laid down in the regulations implementing the Staff Regulations.

2. The National Spiritual Assistant, the National Health Adviser, the Presidents of Regional Councils, and the President of the National Confederation of Mercy of Italy, have an advisory vote on all matters within the competence of the National Council, whose meetings should be invited in the forms established for the convocation of the components referred to in the first paragraph.

ART. 20 - CONVOCATION

1. The national board shall meet each year by 30 April in order to adopt the final balance sheet for the preceding financial year and the forecast budget for the following financial year to be submitted to the national assembly.

2. The national council may also be convened at any time on a concise basis by the presidency or at the request of at least one third of the national councilors; deliberation and request must indicate the topics to be addressed. The meetings referred to in this paragraph shall be held within thirty days of the date of the deliberation or the acquisition of the request.

3. The Chairman shall send the notice of convocation to the rightholders at least fifteen days before the date fixed for the meeting.

4. In the event of urgency, the time limit referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be reduced to five days and within the same deadlines the agenda may be supplemented. In such cases, the national council firstly verifies the existence of the premise of urgency.

5. The National Council normally meets in the municipality where the Consortium is based; meetings at a different location are deliberated by the Bureau.

ART. 21 - VALIDITY OF MEETINGS

1. Meetings of the National Council shall be valid at the first convocation if there is an absolute majority of its members; at second call the validity of the meetings is subject to the presence of at least one third of its members.

2. The provision referred to in the preceding paragraph shall not apply to resolutions whose validity is subordinated by law or by statute to the favorable vote of a special quorum.

ART. 22 - ATTRIBUTIONS

1. The National Council:

(a) elects, among its members, the national president, the national vice-president, three members of the bureau, the national secretary and the national administrator;

b) proposes to the competent ecclesiastical authority the appointment of the national spiritual assistant;

c) appoint the national health adviser;

d) appoint the members of the Technical and Scientific Committee;

e) appoint the committee to review powers;

f) nominates the electoral committee;

g) deliberates on the organic plant and the legal and economic status of the employee;

h) adopt the balance sheets to be submitted to the Shareholders' Meeting;

i) adopt the budget estimates to be submitted to the Shareholders' Meeting;

j) deliberates on the convening of the Shareholders' Meeting;

k) assumes any general provision inherent in the life and activity of the Consortium;

l) establish lines and interventions concerning relations with other blood donor associations and institutions;

m) approves training, information and communication projects within and outside the Consortium;

(n) approve implementing, administrative and organizing regulations;

(o) confer on the proposal of the Bureau and in accordance with the rules laid down in the rules for the implementation of the Staff Regulations, honors, attestations and benevolences;

p) nominates the delegates of the Consortium by determining their powers and establishes permanent or temporary committees with advisory, special or representative functions, establishes its composition and appoints the members;

q) he cares for the interests of the Consortium and, where permitted, of individual associates, in any case with the power to conciliate, to transgress and to promote judicial and administrative actions and instances and to withstand them in every state and degree of jurisdiction, revocation and cassation;

r) Exercise any other function attributed to you by the law, by the statute, the regulations and other administrative acts.

ART. 23 - VALIDITY OF THE DECISIONS

1. The deliberations of the national council shall be adopted by a majority of votes cast, subject to the measures whose validity is subject to the favorable vote of a special quorum.

ART. 24 - DECISIONS AND SURROUNDINGS

1. Members who do not participate without justified reason at three consecutive meetings shall cease their office in accordance with the rules laid down in the Regulations implementing the Staff Regulations; the decree is adopted by the national council by an absolute majority of votes.

2. In the event of the resignation, the annulment or death of a national councilor, the highest number of votes in the last elections shall be counted, and the latter shall remain in office until the member replaced by him.

3. The substitutions referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be deliberated by the national council and shall have immediate effect.

4. If it is not possible to make substitutions for more than half of the overall elected councilors, the National Council is dissolved and renewed by the assembly at its first useful meeting.

PRESIDENCY COUNCIL

ART. 25 - COMPOSITION

1. The Bureau shall consist of the national president, the national vice-president, the national secretary, the national administrator and three members elected by the national council in his / her severance.

2. The National Spiritual Assistant and the National Health Adviser shall have an advisory vote on all questions of competence of the Bureau, to which meetings shall be convened in the forms established for the convocation of the components referred to in the first paragraph.

ART. 26 - CONVOCATION

1. In relation to his / her powers, the Bureau shall be permanently constituted and may be convened by the Chairperson at any time by telephone and simultaneous notice of the agenda.

ART. 27 - VALIDITY OF MEETINGS

1. Meetings of the Bureau shall be valid if there are at least four members, including the Chairperson or the Senior Officer.

ART. 28 - ATTRIBUTIONS

1. The Bureau:

(a) implement the decisions of the assembly and of the national council;

b) decide on applications for admission of new groups;

c) it cares for the ordinary administrative management of the Consortium;

d) prepare the preliminary and final budgets;

e) coordinate the activities of the territorial bodies;

(f) examine the acts of the territorial bodies under and for the effects referred to in the following Article 49;

(g) propose to the National Council the contributions referred to in Article 22 (1) (o);

h) maintains relations with the authorities and with other institutions and organizations at national level;

i) decides on the convening of the Shareholders' Meeting;

(j) follow the technical aspects of national health and voluntary legislation;

(k) adopt, by reason of the urgent substitution of powers and without the ratification of the national council at its first useful meeting, the deliberations referred to in Article 22, first paragraph, points (e), (f), (k), ), p), q) of the Articles of Association;

l) perform all administrative and / or management acts that are outside the competence of other organs of the Consortium.

1. The Bureau may assign positions to each of its members, subject to the decision-making of collegiality.

ART. 29 - VALIDITY OF THE DECISIONS

1. The deliberations of the Bureau shall be adopted by a majority of votes cast, except for measures whose validity is subject to the favorable vote of a special quorum.

ART. 30 - CHARGING PERMANENT

1. The members of the Bureau shall remain in office until their replacement.

2. The resignation of the individual members shall be directed to the chairman, shall be irrevocable and shall take effect upon receipt of the relevant recommendation with acknowledgment of receipt.

3. In the event of simultaneous resignation that reduces the Bureau's chairmanship to less than four members, the Chairman shall convene - within 10 days - the National Council for the necessary substitutions.

 

PRESIDENT

ART. 31 - FUNCTIONS

1. The president has the signature and the legal representation of the Consortium is in front of third parties or in court.

2. The Chairman:

(a) convene the Assembly, the National Council and the Bureau;

b) presiding over the National Council and the Bureau;

c) supervise the operation of the offices and services and the execution of the acts, taking the necessary measures;

d) Exercise any other function attributed to him by law, by the statute, regulations and other normative acts.

1. The chairman is replaced by the Vice-President in all his functions, in the event of absence or impediment.

2. In the event of the Chairperson and Vice-President being absent or prevented at the same time, his / her duties shall be exercised by the senior national councilor of the age of the Bureau, with the exception of the national administrator and the national secretary.

ART. 32 - CHARGING PERMANENT

1. The President shall remain in office until the appointment of the new President.

2. The resignation of the chairman is directed to the vice chairman, they are irrevocable and take effect upon receipt of the relevant recommendation with acknowledgment of receipt.

3. In the event of his resignation, termination or death of the President, his duties shall be exercised by the Vice-President.

4. Within ten days of the occurrence of one of the events referred to in the preceding paragraph, the Vice President convenes the National Council for the adoption of the appointment of the new chairman.

 

CONTEXT OF AUDITORS OF THE ACCOUNTS

ART. 33 - COMPOSITION

1. The College of Auditors shall be composed of three actual members and two alternates elected by the Assembly.

2. The Chairman of the Consortium shall chair and chair the assembly of the College within thirty days of the elections referred to in the preceding paragraph; At the meeting, the college elects, among its actual members, its chairman.

ART. 34 - FUNCTIONS

1. The College of Auditors:

a) controls the administrative and financial management and reports on the control of the cash;

b) supervise the regular keeping of records and accounting documents;

c) submits to the National Council, at the end of each year, the report on the balance sheet to be presented to the Shareholders' Meeting, including reports from the collegiums of auditors working in regional and provincial councils.

 

COLLECTION OF PROBABLE

ART. 35 - COMPOSITION

1. The college of probiviri is composed of three actual members and two alternates elected by the assembly.

2. The Chairman of the Consortium shall chair and chair the assembly of the College within thirty days of the elections referred to in the preceding paragraph; At the meeting, the college elects, among its actual members, its chairman.

ART. 36 - FUNCTIONS

1. The college of probivirs exercises, at the request of those who are interested, the judicial activity on disputes between the organs of the Conspiracy, between the members of the consociational organs and the organ of belonging, between the Consortium and the associates and between the individuals associated as such among themselves.

2. Appeals against the acts of the affiliated bodies shall be filed within sixty days of the date of notification or notification of the contested act or when the person concerned has been fully aware of it.

3. The College of Proponents shall decide on the admissibility of the appeal in advance; the decision of merit is preceded by the contradiction and must be adequately motivated.

4. The decisions of the Board of Trustees are binding on the parties and may be contested only in accordance with the rules of the Civil Procedure Code.

 

CHAPTER II - TERRITORIAL BODIES

THE REGIONAL ASSEMBLY

 

ART. 37 - COMPOSITION

1. The regional assembly is the reference organ of the Consortium on the regional territory and is composed of legal representatives of the associated groups based in the regional territory.

2. The members of the assembly may delegate their function to a person enrolled in the group represented or, alternatively, the representative of another group.

3. The representative of each group may not bear more than one delegation.

ART. 38 - MEETINGS AND DELEGATIONS

1. The Regional Assembly shall meet every four years for the appointment of the Regional Council and the College of Auditors, composed of three members, to whom, in relation to the activities of the regional bodies, the functions referred to in Article 34, first paragraph, points (a) and (b).

2. The Shareholders' Meeting is also called:

(a) by the thirty-third of March each year to decide on the accounting report for the financial year followed by the report of the college of auditors. The Assembly's decision, accompanied by a report, shall be forwarded by the Chairman of the Regional Council to the National Board of Statutory Auditors for the purposes referred to in Article 34, first subparagraph, point (c), and to act in forecast balance for the next financial year.

The decision of the assembly with an ad hoc report shall be transmitted, by the chairman of the regional council, to the national administrator for the purposes referred to in the following second paragraph, point (b) of Article 52;

(b) at any time on the basis of the deliberation of the Regional Council;

c) at least a tenth of its members, upon written and substantiated request.

1. In the cases referred to in (b) and (c), resolution and request must indicate the topics to be dealt with.

2. For the validity of meetings and resolutions, the first paragraph of Article 16 and the first paragraph of Article 18 of the Staff Regulations shall apply.

3. The Implementing Regulations of the By-laws shall govern the manner of convening and attending the regional assembly.

 

THE REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

ART. 39 - COMPOSITION

1. The Regional Council shall consist of 7 members elected by the Regional Assembly in accordance with the rules laid down in the Statute for the Implementation of the Staff Regulations.

2. The Regional Council elects the president, vice president, administrator and secretary, who is responsible for preparing the minutes of the regional bodies and, jointly with the chairman, their subscription.

3. The Regional Spiritual Assistant and the Regional Health Adviser shall have an advisory vote on all matters within the competence of the Regional Council, whose meetings shall be invited in the forms established for the convocation of the components referred to in the first paragraph.

ART. 40 - MEETINGS AND DELEGATIONS

1. The Regional Council shall also meet at any time on the determination of the President.

2. For the validity of meetings and deliberations, Articles 21, first paragraph shall apply

paragraph 23 and the articles of association.

3. The rules for the implementation of the Staff Regulations shall govern the procedures for convening and attending the Regional Council.

ART. 41 - ATTRIBUTIONS

1. The Regional Council:

a) has relations with the local authority in compliance with the program lines of the Consortium with which it agrees with events and initiatives;

(b) designates representatives in regionally relevant bodies;

c) liaise with provincial bodies and groups by promoting consultations and meetings for updating regulatory provisions and regional activities;

(d) settle, on a conciliation basis, disputes between homologous bodies of two or more provinces included in the region;

(e) have relations with other associations at regional level;

f) it forms the groupings and, with a special regulation, determines the competences and regulates its operation;

g) proposes to the competent ecclesiastical authority the appointment of the regional spiritual assistant;

h) Appoint the regional health adviser.

 

THE PROVINCIAL ASSEMBLY

 

ART. 42 - COMPOSITION

1. The provincial assembly is the reference body of the Consortium on the provincial territory and is composed of legal representatives of the associated groups with headquarters in the provincial territory.

ART. 43 - EXTENSION OF RULES

1. The Provincial Assembly shall apply the rules laid down in Articles 37, second and third indents, and 38 of the Statute.

 

THE PROVINCIAL COUNCIL

 

ART. 44 - COMPOSITION

1. The provincial council is composed of 7 members elected by the provincial assembly in accordance with the rules laid down in the regulations implementing the statute.

2. The provincial council elects the chairman, the vice president, the administrator and the secretary, who is responsible for preparing the minutes of the provincial bodies and, jointly with the chairman, their subscription.

3. The Provincial Spiritual Assistant and the Provincial Health Adviser have an advisory vote on all matters within the Provincial Council, whose meetings should be invited in the forms established for the convocation of the components referred to in the first paragraph.

ART. 45 - EXTENSION OF RULES

1. The Provincial Council shall apply the discipline provided for in Article 40 of the Staff Regulations.

ART. 46 - ATTRIBUTIONS

1. The provincial council:

a) coordinates the associative activity of the groups in harmony with the program lines of the Consortium;

b) designates its representatives in provincial bodies in accordance with the rules governing the organization of the provincial administration;

(c) has relations with the other associations sitting in the jurisdiction;

d) collects and transmits to the Consortium, on a special survey template prepared by the Bureau, annual statistical data on the institutional activities of the groups of expertise;

e) coordinate the promotion, propaganda and training of the groups in accordance with the guidelines established by the central organs of the Consortium;

f) Receive affiliation requests from the new groups and transmit them, by reasoned opinion, to the Consortium through the Regional Council;

g) has relations with other associations at provincial level;

h) resolving, on a conciliatory basis, disputes between groups within the province;

i) propose to the competent ecclesiastical authority the appointment of the Provincial Spiritual Assistant;

j) appoint the provincial health counselor.

 

CHAPTER III - GENERAL RULES FOR ORGANISMS

 

ART. 47 - ELIGIBILITY AND DURATION OF ORGANS

1. All organs of the Conspiracy are elected by universal suffrage.

2. Persons belonging to the members of the Consortium shall be eligible to be members of the Associated Groups provided they have reached the eighteenth year of age on the day fixed for voting.

3. All organs, ordinarily, shall be in office for four years and shall resign within thirty days of the proclamation by the ballot box chairman at the end of the polls.

ART. 48 - INCOMPATIBILITY

1. Members of the College of Auditors and of the Board of Trustees may not be part of the central and territorial councils.

2. The incompatibility referred to in the preceding paragraph also exists between the two colleges.

3. The office of member of the college of auditors and the member of the college of probivires are also incompatible with any other function or use within or representing the Consortium.

4. Members of regional and provincial councils may not be part of the national council; the incompatibility also exists between the position of Regional Adviser with the office of Provincial Councilor.

5. Those covering political and / or union positions are not eligible in the organs of the Conspiracy.

ART. 49 - EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ACT OF THE TERRITORIAL ORGANS

1. The acts of extraordinary administration and the convention schemes approved by the territorial bodies shall be examined by the Presidency within thirty days of their receipt in order to verify their compatibility with the Statute and the regulations of the Consortium.

2. The verification referred to in the preceding paragraph may not extend to the merits of the measure.

3. If the Bureau is in a negative direction, the decision of incompatibility shall be pronounced upon hearing of the chairman of the body concerned.

4. Relations arising from the acts referred to in this Article shall be attributed to the Consortium and shall be signed by the national president who has the power, from time to time, to delegate the function to the chairman of the competent territorial authority.

ART. 50 - ELECTION AND SURROUNDING OF THE COMPONENTS OF THE ORGANS

1. The Implementing Regulations of the Statute govern the further procedures for electing and superseding the organs of the Conspiracy in accordance with the principles of democracy that allow the associates to participate in the dual profile of active and passive electorate.

ART. 51 - PARTICIPATION IN THE MEETINGS OF ESTRANEE PEOPLE TO ORGAN

1. In the manner provided for in the Implementing Regulations for the Statute and for the sole purpose of reporting on specific topics, meetings of the Collegial Bodies may take place during the debate by persons outside it.

2. Always in accordance with the rules laid down in the Statute for the Implementation of the Staff Regulations, the meetings of the central collegiate bodies or, where appropriate, the discussion of individual subjects under discussion, the participation, as auditors, body concerned, provided they are registered with the associated groups.

3. Participation by non-members at the meetings of the territorial bodies shall be governed by each regional council and each provincial council with regulations made effective pursuant to Article 49 above.

 

CHAPTER IV - ORGANISMS

 

ART. 52 - THE NATIONAL ADMINISTRATOR

1. The national administrator:

a) directs and carries out the administration and accounting of the Consortium;

b) gathers the proposals of the territorial bodies and prepares the forecast budget;

c) acquires the accounts of the territorial bodies and prepares the final balance sheet;

(d) manage the fund for which the bill is made to the Bureau;

e) maintains relationships with credit institutions by issuing orders for collection and payment that are jointly signed with the national president or any delegates.

ART. 53 - THE NATIONAL SPIRITUAL ASSISTANT

1. The National Spiritual Assistant:

a) Ensure that the general addresses of the Conscience remain adhering to Christian inspiration and work to increase the contribution of the Christian world to the donation of blood, organs and blood medullary;

b) presides over the spiritual formation of the movement and maintains relations with the spiritual assistants of the territorial bodies and associated groups;

c) participate, through an advisory vote, at the meetings of the National Assembly, the National Council and the Bureau.

ART. 54 - THE NATIONAL HEALTH CONSULTANT

1. The National Health Adviser:

(a) Indicate and elaborate the general criteria on the addresses and organization of health services and carry out related controls;

b) maintains relations with the health advisors of the territorial bodies and associated groups;

c) participate, through an advisory vote, at the meetings of the National Assembly, the National Council and the Bureau.