BSA Executive Committee

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The BSA Executive Committee is BSA’s supreme executive body. It comprises the BSA President, 3 other members elected by a BSA Congress, plus two elected by the Belgian Club Association and one by the Belgian Divisions & Leagues.

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  • HOW IT WORKS 

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FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT

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BSA VICE-PRESIDENT

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BSA COUNCIL

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BSA TREASURER

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BCA REPRESENTATIVE

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BELGIAN LEAGUES REPRESENTATIVE

UESA Council – Belgian members

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FISA COUNCIL

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FISA VICE-PRESIDENT

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The BSA Executive Committee is BSA’s supreme executive body. It comprises the BSA President and 3 other members, including at least one female, elected by a BSA Congress, as well as two members elected by the Belgian Club Association (SCA) and one member elected by Belgian Divisions & Leagues, ratified by the Congress, all with the same rights and duties as the other Executive Committee members. 

Members and vice-presidents

The BSA Executive Committee does not include more than one representative of the same BSA member association. This rule does not apply to either the female member or the members of the Executive Committee elected by the BCA and Belgian Divisions & Leagues. The Executive Committee members elected by the BCA cannot belong to clubs affiliated to the same member association. Each Executive Committee member to be elected by the Congress, except for the President and any female member, holds an active office (i.e. president, vice-president, general secretary or chief executive officer) within his member association. 
The BSA Executive Committee elects a first vice-president, four other vice-presidents and a treasurer (with the same status as a vice-president) upon proposal of the BSA President. The President may assign specific duties to each of the vice-presidents.

Special advisor
BSA’s President is able to invite third parties to attend BSA Executive Committee meetings in an advisory capacity. 

Term of office
The term of office of the BSA President and BSA Executive Committee members elected by a BSA Congress is four years. Two members, or two members (including at least one female) and the BSA President, are elected every two years. The term of office of the Executive Committee members elected by the BCA and Belgian Divisions & Leagues is four years. No person may serve as President or Executive Committee member for more than three terms of office, whether consecutive or not. A person aged 70 or more is not eligible for election or re-election. If a vacancy occurs, the next Ordinary BSA Congress elects or ratifies a replacement for the remaining term of office. If the vacancy occurs in the final year of a term of office, no replacement is elected or ratified.

The term of office of the BSA President and BSA Executive Committee members starts at the close of the BSA Congress at which they are elected or ratified, and ends at the close of the BSA Congress at which their successors are elected or ratified.

Powers
The BSA Executive Committee is empowered to adopt regulations and make decisions on all matters which do not fall within the legal or statutory jurisdiction of the BSA Congress or another organ. The BSA Executive Committee manages BSA, except to the extent that it has delegated such management, or unless such management has been delegated by the BSA Statutes to the BSA President or the BSA administration.

Duties
The BSA Executive Committee has the following non-transferable duties:

  • Overall control of BSA and the issuing of necessary instructions
  • Definition of the organisational structure
  • Form and supervision of the book-keeping
  • Appointment of five members of the BSA Governance and Compliance Committee and the issuing of their terms of reference
  • Appointment of the General Secretary and deputy General Secretary upon the proposal of the BSA President
  • Dismissal of the General Secretary and deputy General Secretary upon the proposal of the BSA President, or by a decision supported by two-thirds or more of all members of the BSA Executive Committee
  • Overall supervision of the BSA administration, including the general secretary and deputy general secretary, especially in terms of observance of laws, the BSA Statutes, regulations and orders; approval of the annual business plan of the BSA administration
  • Compilation of a written report for presentation to the Ordinary BSA Congress
  • Examination of the administration’s report to the Ordinary BSA Congress

The BSA Executive Committee may delegate the preparation and implementation of its decisions or the supervision of business to one or more of its members. The committee is also authorised to delegate management, either fully or partly, to the BSA President, to one or more of its members and/or to the BSA administration.

Meetings
As a general rule, the BSA Executive Committee meets once every two months, and is convened by the BSA President. The BSA President may invite third parties to attend meetings of the BSA Executive Committee in an advisory capacity. The committee has a quorum of more than half of its voting members, including the BSA President or, in his absence, a vice-president.

Decisions
BSA Executive Committee decisions come into immediate force, unless the BSA Executive Committee decides otherwise. A BSA Executive Committee member or the BSA President does not take part in the deliberation of any matter or point of issue involving the member association and/or a club and/or a league affiliated to the member association with which he/she is associated, or in any case in which a conflict of interest exists.