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Rules and Regulation

C 28 DISSOLUTION

C 28.1 FINA may be dissolved only by a 2/3 majority vote at a special Congress convened for this purpose.

C 28.2 In the event of dissolution, the Congress shall appoint a liquidator who shall discharge all debts and liabilities incurred on behalf of FINA. The remaining assets, if any, shall be donated as directed by the Congress to a suitable body for the ongoing promotion and development of Aquatics.

C 28.3 At the conclusion of the liquidation, the liquidators shall submit a final report to the Congress, which shall declare the liquidation closed.

* The following rules regarding the composition of the FINA Executive will be valid from 2017:

C 3.8 FINA Executive – means the Executive Committee consisting of eight (8) Bureau members - the FINA President, the First Vice President, the FINA Honorary Treasurer, four Vice Presidents and one more member to be nominated by the President in accordance with FINA Rule C 17.8.

C 17.8 The Executive shall consist of eight (8) Bureau members, the FINA President, the First Vice President, the FINA Honorary Treasurer, four Vice Presidents and one more member to be nominated by the President to ensure the Continental representation within the FINA Executive in accordance with the geographical distribution provided in C 17.5.

The Executive will be responsible for making decisions on matters referred to it in the FINA Rules and Regulations or matters referred to it by the Bureau or for other cases, which need decisions between the meetings of the Bureau.

The President may, from time to time, request persons with knowledge in special areas to attend meetings with the Executive.

The Executive shall meet on request by the President, when there are items of such importance that cannot be solved by the President alone.

The FINA Executive Director shall attend all the meetings without vote.