The General Assembly will be held after the World Congress, in
Theatre 2, Hong Kong Conference & Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong
on Friday 6 May 2011 at 9am-1pm.
Attendance is restricted to CI member organisations only.
Members will be notified of procedural details within the
Provisional General Assembly Agenda
- To receive CI's annual accounts, auditor's report and report of
the Council for 2010.
- To appoint the auditors and fix their remuneration.
- To receive a report from the Council of the work and finances
of CI over the period since the last General Assembly (Sydney 2007)
and plans for the future.
- The election of the President.
- The election of 13 Council member organisations.
Voting delegates and elections
Each Full Member is entitled to one Voting Delegate at the
General Assembly. Affiliate and Government Members can attend as
observers, but not vote. In March 2011, Full Members will
be asked to name their Voting Delegate or a Proxy.
To be eligible for nomination as CI President, candidates must
be Voting Delegates, representing Full Members, which are in
compliance with CI membership rules. To be eligible for nomination
as a Council member, candidates must have been a Full Member for
two years and in compliance with CI membership rules. The
deadline for nominations to be received at CI is 5
Both elections will be carried out by secret ballot and the
results announced as soon as possible during the General Assembly.
Each Voting Delegate (ie each Full Member) is entitled to cast one
vote for up to 13 different candidates. There can be no more than
one elected candidate from any one country. If there are more than
two candidates for President, a single transferable vote procedure
will be used.
In Downloads below you will find documents that cover the
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- General Assembly and Council Election - procedure and
deadlines for action
- CI Council Elections - nomination forms and legal
- Supporting information
The names of the people who govern CI and the organisations they belong to.Go to Who's Who
Speakers at CI World Congress 2011 include leading figures from corporations, NGOs, and the world's consumer organisations.Go to Speakers