EGF Special General Meeting

7th February 2004, EGCC, Amstelveen, Netherlands

1. Oleg Gavrilov, vice-president of the EGF opened the meeting 20:15 and acted as chairman.

Present with voting rights

  • Germany Martin Stiassny president
  • Czechia Jana Hricova president
  • Russia Oleg Gavrilov member of board
  • Finland Matti Siivola president
  • Ukraine Arkadi Bogatski president
  • Turkey Aylin Demir general secretary
  • The Netherlands Jan van Rongen president
  • Sweden Ulf Olsson delegate
  • Armenia Davit Harutyunyan delegate
  • Romania Valentin Urzieanu delegate
  • Slovenia Gregor Butala treasurer
  • Norway Morten Ofstad delegate
  • Poland Roman Pszonka vice president
  • Luxemburg Laurent Heiser member of board
  • Ireland Stephen Flinter delegate
  • Switzerland Roberto Morrison delegate

    Present without voting rights

  • Serbia And Montenegro Zoran Jankovic president
  • Denmark Thomas Heshe delegate
  • Slovakia Jardon Peter delegate
  • France Arnaud Knippel delegate
  • EGF-executive Hans Kostka treasurer

    2. Hans Kostka was chosen to help count the votes.

    3. The meeting confirmed the candidate list as Jan van Rongen, Marc Gonzales Garnicer, Ales Cieply, Arkadi Bogatski

    4. The result of the vote was

  • Jan van Rongen 11
  • Ales Cieply 10
  • Arkadi Bogatski 5
  • Marc Gonzales Garnicer 4.

    Jan van Rongen and Ales Cieply were elected.

    5. The meeting closed 20:45.






    Nominations for SGM 7th February 2004 to join EGF Executive

    Jan Van Rongen - Nominated by Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway and Ireland
    Marc Gonzalez Carnicer - Nominated by Germany, Netherlands, Sweden and Ireland
    Arkadii Bogatsky - Nominated by Russia, seconded by Ukraine and Belarus
    Ales Cieply - Nominated by Czechia and Norway, seconded by Slovakia, Russia and Croatia
    Slawomir Piela - Nominated by Poland
    Roman Pszonka - Nominated by Poland
    George Stihi- Nominated by Switzerland, seconded by Sweden - Candidate withdrew

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