By-Laws for the Regional Environmental Centre Moldova

(Approved by the Board of Directors on 26th April 1999, amended at the meeting of the Board of Directors on 14 September 2010)

 

  1. The governing document of the Regional Environmental Centre Moldova is the Charter which was signed in Aarhus, Denmark on 24th June 1998 by the Government of Moldova and the European Commission and amended on 10 October 2006.

  2. These by-laws shall be used only in conjunction with this REC Moldova Charter.

  3. The registered name of the REC Moldova is: REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE MOLDOVA hereinafter referred to as REC Moldova.

  4. REC Moldova is constituted as a legal entity under Moldovan law and the registered address is in Moldova.

  5. The governing and executive body of the REC Moldova is the Board of Directors and shall hereinafter be referred to as the Board.

  6. The activities of the REC Moldova have been set out in the Clause 1.3 of the Charter and these by-laws when referring to the activities of the REC Moldova refer only to these activities.

  7. The Charter, Article 2 establishes the Board as the governing and executive body of the REC Moldova.

  8. The Charter Article 3 outlines the general powers and responsibilities of the Board.

  9. Under Clause 5.1 of the Charter the Board shall elect a Chairperson from among its members by a simple majority vote. The Chairperson shall hold this office for three years, and be eligible for reelection.

  10. The Executive Director shall act as the Secretary to the REC Board with responsibility for notifying the members of the date of each Board meeting, preparing the Agenda, keeping the Minutes at each meeting, circulating the draft Minutes to all Board members for their comments and preparing the final Minutes for approval by the Board. The Executive Director shall also be responsible for keeping the signed Minutes in a Register with all other documents relating to the REC Moldova Board Meetings.

  11. The number of Board members, their qualifications and tenure are set out in Clause 3.2 of the Charter.

 

 

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