Decisions

Board of Commissioners Meetings

 

There are three types of counsel meetings

 

Regular meetings in session according to a regular time schedule

Urgent meetings the chief of the counsel calls for

Exceptional meetings based on a request made y four of commissioners

 

The chief of the counsel prepares an agenda of the meetings of the counsel, by whom they were headed, and running the organizational and administrative work agenda of the counsel

 

When the chief of the counsel is absent, the vice of the president takes over, the tasks, and in case both, the president and the vice president, are absent, the commissioners who are entitled to vote will have the right to appoint a temp chief for the counsel

 

The counsel meeting will count as correct in case of forming a quorum and thus decisions are taken with the majority of members present, and in case there are equal votes, the vote of the president for some side is counted for that side unless the law states otherwise

 

It is favorable that the counsel's decisions are made in consensus whenever is possible or else the above item is applied

 

The counsel members make their votes in a public session unless one of the voting members requests voting to be confidential, the chief of the counsel themselves sorts the votes before the audience

 

All members should attend all the counsel meetings; on behalf voting is not accepted 

For each member an acting member who could attend on behalf of them in the counsel meetings, only they have no right to vote

 

The counsel has the right to summon any person to attend the counsel meetings (including a meeting held in a closed session) to offer information or consultation for the counsel