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    JUA Statutes

Article 12 - President

12.1 Powers
The President shall direct the JUA and represent the JUA towards third parties.
The President must comply with the JUA Statutes and the Rules and Decisions of JUA governing bodies.
The President shall chair Congresses and EC Meetings.
The President shall have the power to:
    -    sign alone on the behalf of the JUA contracts for a duration and for an amount which is under that set by the EC each year;
       -    The President shall put up for a vote of the EC or in the event of urgency, his proposals regarding contemplated contracts for a duration or an amount beyond those set by the EC each year.

The President has the power to decide on all urgent questions under the authority of the EC.
The EC must be notified of any decisions made on this basis at its next Meeting and validate such decisions.
The President shall be free to organize the office of the JUA Headquarters as he sees fit.

12.2 Vacant seat
In the event the President is prevented from holding office during his term of office due to resignation or for any other reason, the Presidency shall be assumed by an EC Member to be appointed by the EC.
The interim President shall serve until the next Congress when a new President will be elected for the remaining duration of the initial term of office.
If a member of the EC is also a member of the IOC, that member shall serve as interim President.

Article 13 - Vice Presidents

13.1 Composition
The Vice Presidents shall be the Presidents of the Asian Zones who are elected by their General Assemblies/Congresses of their respective Zones.

13.2 Powers
The Vice Presidents shall represent the Member Federations of their respective Zones within the JUA and represent the JUA in their respective Zones.

Article 14 - General Secretary

14.1 Powers
The General Secretary shall be responsible for the administration of the Secretariat and relations with the Asian Zones and the Member National Federations. The General Secretary shall benefit from the services of a personal secretariat in his city of residence.
The General Secretary has the right to represent the JUA towards third parties by way of an express power of attorney given by the President.
 

14.2 Responsibilities
The General Secretary shall be responsible for the administrative work of the JUA in accordance with the Statutes and regulations and for application of the Decisions of the EC and of the Congress.  The General Secretary shall keep close contact with JUA EC members, the Chairpersons of Commissions and with the Member National Federations.
The General Secretary shall be responsible for the information and the correspondence within the JUA in cooperation with the relevant departments at JUA Headquarters.
The General Secretary shall be responsible for the organization of Congresses and EC meetings. The General Secretary shall establish the agendas for those meetings after consulting the EC.
The General Secretary is responsible for administrative coordination of Headquarters, for sending invitations and regulations for the Asian Championships and other important events.
In cooperation with the Asian Games Organizing Committee (AGOC), he shall inform the National Federations about the regulations and other technical details of the Olympic Judo Competitions. The General Secretary shall draft the minutes of Congress and EC meetings, together with Key Point Information.

14.3 Vacant seat
In the event the General Secretary is prevented from holding office during his term of office due to resignation or for any other reason, his office shall be assumed by an EC Member to be appointed by the EC until the next Congress when a new General Secretary will be elected for the remaining duration of the initial term of office.

Article 15 - General Treasurer

15.1 Powers
The General Treasurer shall be responsible for managing the Treasury of the JUA and shall keep regular accounts, prepare financial statements and draw up the annual finance plan which will be presented for approval at each Congress.
The General Treasurer administers the Capital funds of the JUA and settles its financial obligations. The General Treasurer must be consulted on all financial matters.
The General Treasurer shall explore possibilities of increasing the Treasury of the JUA and shall submit proposals to the EC.
The General Treasurer shall participate in negotiations with JUA official suppliers and shall coordinate with the President the TV rights to the Asian Judo Championships. The General Treasurer is also in charge of managing the copyright protecting the JUA emblem.
The General Treasurer has the right to represent the JUA towards third parties by way of an express power of attorney given by the President.

15.2 Budget
All income and expenses must be included in the annual provisional budget as approved by the EC. Any expenses not included in the budget or which have not been approved by the EC shall require prior authorization by the President and the General Treasurer before they are incurred.

15.3 Financial position
Atleast once a year, the General Treasurer shall provide an up-to-date report of the JUA financial position.

15.4 Vacant seat
In the event the General Treasurer is prevented from holding office during his term of office due to resignation or for any other reason, his office shall be assumed by an EC Member to be appointed by the EC until the next Congress when a new General Treasurer will be elected for the remaining duration of the initial term of office.

Article 16 -Technical Directors

16.1 Appointment
The Technical Directors shall be appointed by the EC at the motion of the President from among the Members who were on the President's list and who were elected by the Congress along with the President.
Technical Directors are accountable to the EC and the Congress.
In the event a Technical Director is prevented from holding office during his term of office due to resignation or for any other reason, his office shall be assumed by an EC Member to be appointed by the EC until the next Congress when a new Member will be elected for the remaining duration of the initial term of office.  The duties entrusted to the EC Member replacing him shall be defined by the EC based on the proposal made by the President.

16.2 Sports Director
The Sports Director shall guide and manage the sporting activities of the JUA.
The Sports Director shall also be responsible for incorporating new developments of and changes to the Rules and Regulations of sporting activities, as well as for the improvement of competition systems.
The Sports Director shall be responsible for sporting activity and its development and shall supervise sporting activities.
 
The Sports Director shall manage the preparations and the course of the competitions with the assistance of other members of the EC and Commission members. The Sports Director shall assume the role of Technical Delegate for the various judo events organized by Asian Games Organising Committee.
The Sports Director shall act as the chairperson of the Sports Commission.  The Members of the Sports Commission shall be nominated by the Zones and validated by the EC.

16.3 Refereeing Director
The Refereeing Director shall guide and manage the refereeing activities of the JUA and is responsible for incorporating new developments of and changes to the Rules and Regulations regarding the refereeing of judo.
The Refereeing Director shall act as the chairperson of the Refereeing Commission. The Members of the Refereeing Commission shall be nominated by the Zones and validated by the EC.
The Refereeing Director shall appoint the technical directors within his scope of authority for the Asian Championships and Asian Games.

16.4 Educational Director
The Educational Director shall guide and manage the educational activities of the JUA and shall be responsible for incorporating new developments and changes in the field of judo education.
The Educational Director shall design the annual Educational Plan and shall compile statistics. The Educational Director shall be in charge of studies to further the development of judo.
The Educational Director shall act as chairperson of the Educational Commission. The Members of the Educational Commission may be nominated by the Zones.

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