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19.10.2009, 16:27
Congress to make lasting decisions in Cyprus
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The EHF Executive Committee has tabled seven motions for the 10th EHF Extraordinary Congress to vote upon.
 

Congress to make lasting decisions in Cyprus

Altogether 47 EHF Member Federations registered for the 9th EHF Conference of Presidents and the 10th EHF Extraordinary Congress coming up in Limassol, Cyprus, on 24 October 2009.

“The Conference Presidents is a very important event inside the EHF organisation and functioning. As the leaders of the European Member Federations are meeting there, it gives us the flexibility to use the occasion and organise an Extraordinary Congress,” EHF President Tor Lian said.

Forum of discussion

The leaders of the Member Federations will have the possibility to voice their opinion on a number of current matters important in European Handball. The agenda will include a report from the President, a summary on the EHF Integrity Programme, an analysis of the new EHF EURO Qualification format. The subject “European Handball and its stakeholders” will also be discussed on 24 October morning at the EHF Conference of Presidents.

EO Congress: a detailed look at the motions

The Congress will begin on Saturday afternoon. Tor Lian, President of the EHF, will be chairing the event, supported by EHF Vice President Jean Brihault.

The EHF Executive Committee has tabled seven motions for the 10th EHF Extraordinary Congress to vote upon.

Motion 1: Removal of the restrictions regarding the civil procedure

The EHF Executive Committee moves that all provisions excluding or restricting recourse to civil proceedings be removed from the EHF Statutes in order achieve conformity with common law.

Motion 2: Implementation of Anti-Corruption and Fair Competition Act

The EHF Executive Committee moves that corruption, bribery, manipulation as well as other kinds of undue influence be expressly named in the EHF Statutes as constituting a violation of the EHF’s fundamental principles.

Motion 3: Implementation of Anti-Corruption and Fair Competition Act

To implement the amendment to the EHF Statutes proposed in Motion 2, the EHF Executive Committee moves to adopt and implement detailed provisions relating to corruption, bribery, manipulation and other types of undue influence in the EHF Arbitration Regulations and in the list of penalties of the Arbitration Regulations.

Motion 4: “Acts of Grace”

The EHF Executive Committee moves to incorporate a provision in the Statutes under which certain penalties or obligations resulting from decisions of the EHF bodies may be remitted or waived in precisely defined conditions.

Motion 5: European Handball Strategic Forum (EHSF)

The EHF Executive Committee moves to implement a common strategic platform (European Handball Strategic Forum) for all stakeholders – National Teams, Leagues, Clubs and Players – targeting at the creation of a coordinated body for exchanging opinions and working on contributions for the future development of top level handball.

The participation of the different stakeholders is based on a democratic principle. The respective body of each group - National Teams, Leagues, Clubs and Players - recognised by the EHF nominates its representatives.

Motion 6: Change of Allocation Mode for the EHF EUROs in the future

The EHF Executive Committee moves to change the awarding procedure for future EHF Euro events and to entrust the awarding of such events, in accordance with defined conditions, to the EHF Executive Committee.

Motion 7: Adaption of the qualification system for the Men’s and Women’s EHF EUROs after 2010

The EHF Executive Committee moves to divide the qualifications for the Men’s and the Women’s European Championships into two phases. The first phase will be played in tournament format, the second in groups with home and away matches.

Creating a complete picture

EHF President Tor Lian is looking forward to the weekend in Cyprus with great expectations: “We are living times of rapid change and this holds true for our sport handball as well. We have to understand it and we have to give response to the new trends. This weekend we will discuss how to create a complete picture in handball with structures involving all the stakeholders (clubs, leagues, players, etc),” he summarised.

Congress coverage

In line with the open information strategy of the EHF, www.europhandball.com will be covering the happenings of the Congress. The E-News Service will send out summary and qualification draw results (for more information please refer to EHF NEWS 112) in order to keep you informed of developments in handball on the European continent.


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