Executive Board

The Composition of the AFG-NOC  Executive Board:

The executive board should be composed of 15 members as follows:

1. President

2. 3 vice presidents (one Female & 2 Male VPs)

3. Secretary General

4. Assistant Secretary General

5. Treasurer Formatted

6. Treasurer Assistant

7. 6 members

8. One Athlete representative fulfilling the conditions mentioned in the Rule 28.1.3 of the Olympic Charter

Note 1: All those members (except for the Secretary General who is a non-voting member appointed by the Executive Board) must be elected by the General Assembly from among its voting members and the nominees submitted by its voting members,

Note 2: As per the Olympic Charter, the representatives of the national federations affiliated to the International Federations governing sports included in the programme of the Olympic Games must constitute the voting majority of the Executive Board. In other words, this means that at least 8 members of the Executive Board shall be representatives of national federations affiliated to the International Federations governing sports included in the programme of the Olympic Games.

Note 3: Both genders shall be represented within the Executive Board.

Note 4: In addition, any Afghan IOC member(s) shall be ex-officio voting member(s) of the Executive Board.

Note 5: The President, 1st Vice president, 2nd Vice President, 3rd Vice President, Secretary General and Treasurer shall constitute the members of the Board of Management.

The Duties and Powers of the Executive Board and the members of the Executive Board:

1. The main duties and powers of the Executive Board are as follows:

a) To lead and direct all the affairs of the AFG-NOC including the administrative, financial, technical and international matters;

b) To prepare the annual action plan and budget of the AFG-NOC to be submitted to the General Assembly for approval;

c) To appoint the managerial positions of the AFG-NOC such as the directors of the NOC, the persons in charge of the various sections of the National Teams’ Monitoring Center, Commissions, sport delegations and the AFG-NOC Olympic

Academy;

d) To appoint the AFG-NOC’s representatives participating in international forums and congresses;

e) To cooperate and support the national federations and other national sport bodies in international forums and extend any assistance to the Afghan individuals who hold positions in international federations, Asian confederations and other international sports organizations recognized by the International Olympic Committee;

f) To examine and approve all the missions organized by the AFG-NOC and approve individuals selected for a single or group mission;

g) To study and approve the internal bye-laws of the AFG-NOC codified to govern the AFG-NOC’s own affairs such as those of administration, employment, finance and transactions;

h) To study and approve the organizational chart and the human resources structure of the AFG-NOC.

i) To exercise any other power and responsibility as delegated by the General Assembly within the framework of these AFG-NOC Statutes.

Note 1: The Executive Board and the members of the Executive Board are accountable to the General Assembly for their work.