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AIBA Board of Directors

 

Save as otherwise provided by this Constitution, the executive power to govern AIBA is vested in the Board. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Board has both the power and, where so required by this Constitution, the duty to:

  • convene meetings of the Congress in accordance with the requirements of this Constitution;
  • save as required by article 19.2(a), determine the Agendas of Congress meetings;
  • implement the decisions adopted by the Congress;
  • appoint, and where appropriate, remove the Vice President;
  • make and amend such regulations as may be required by this Constitution;
  • make, amend and repeal such other regulations which, in the opinion of the Board, may from time to time be, or have been, necessary or desirable for the management and administration of AIBA and the sport of boxing worldwide;
  • admit boxing associations as Provisional Members of AIBA;
  • suspend National Federations from their memberships of AIBA and, where appropriate, revoke suchsuspensions;
  • regulate relations between AIBA, the Confederations and the National Federations with respect to non-AIBA national and international boxing organizations;
  • determine criteria for redistribution of resources to Confederations and for boxing development andprojects;
  • establish and vary such committees as may be required by this Constitution;
  • establish, vary and abolish such other committees as, in the opinion of the Board, may from time to time be, or have been, necessary or desirable for the management and administration of AIBA and the sport of boxing worldwide;
  • subject to the approval of the Congress, appoint the members of the Ethics Committee and the Disciplinary Committee;
  • save as may otherwise be required by this Constitution or by the Regulations, appoint and dismiss the members of committees established by it;
  • prepare the annual budget and the annual accounts of AIBA;
  • approve AIBA expenditures which were not foreseen in the annual budget and which exceed the limit of the amounts which may be expended at the discretion of the Secretary General;
  • appoint and, where appropriate, dismiss the Auditor;
  • appoint the Secretary General following a selection process further described in the Regulations, and, where appropriate, dismiss the Secretary General;
  • appoint and, where appropriate, dismiss:
    • the Finance Adviser;
    • the Legal Counsel;
  • determine the location and dates for all AIBA Competitions;
  • monitor compliance with the requirements of this Constitution;
  • lodge such complaints with the Disciplinary Committee and/or Ethics Committee with respect to alleged breaches of this Constitution or the Regulations by any persons or bodies as the Board may consider necessary or appropriate;
  • nominate persons to the Congress who the Board considers are worthy of being awarded Distinguished Service Awards;
  • propose amendments to, or the replacement of, this Constitution for the consideration and determination of the Congress;
  • decide to hold relationships or collaborate with other sports organizations; and
  • do all other acts and things which are either specified in this Constitution and the Regulations, or which do not fall within the competence of another body under this Constitution and the Regulations.