|Organization of a ICC|
|Written by Administrator|
|Monday, 22 September 2008 20:02|
The founders of a future ICC between two or more countries must each create a national section that is tied to their respective countries and districts.
The two sections together constitute an Inter-Country Committee.
Each section is composed of founding Rotar ians, clubs and distr icts. The ICC may take the name of the founding club or district.
Both sections are autonomous and shall meet at a general meeting once a year, alternating countries (delegates must be able to travel).
Naturally, Inter-Country Committees are open to Rotaractors, spouses of Rotarians and, possibly, to non-Rotarian associated members.
National sections must conform to the laws governing their country (in France, under the Law of 1901 concerning Associations).
Each president shall have a term of 3 years.
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