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Basketball Federation announced that there were not enough signatures for the “Extraordinary General Assembly”

The Basketball Federation announced that there were not enough signatures for the “Extraordinary General Assembly”. Here is the explanation;

Subject: About the Extraordinary General Assembly requested with the agenda of “Election of Basketball Federation President”.
The “Extraordinary General Assembly Call” sent to our federation signed by 12 clubs on 23/08/2022 was evaluated by us and a press conference was held last week to inform both the clubs and the basketball community.
First of all, we find it useful to repeat once again the criteria necessary for the TRNC Basketball Federation to make a “valid” “Extraordinary General Assembly” call. (Regulation – Article 19)
It convenes upon the verbal request of the Chairman, the Board of Directors or the Supervisory Board or with the written request of 2/3 of the full number of members of the member clubs and/or associations.
In their written requests, clubs or associations must clearly state the reasons for requesting the Extraordinary General Assembly meeting. Petitions without notification will not be considered.
An extraordinary meeting request is made by the Board of Directors within 30 days at the latest.
Extraordinary general assembly meeting agenda is determined in advance.
An extraordinary general assembly call is an emergency call when a situation of necessity and/or very urgent reasons arise and a decision must be taken immediately. No reason or necessity is stated in the content of the letter we received, and we have made this call for the Extraordinary General Assembly in accordance with the conventions that have been going on up to now and the articles 18, 29, 30 and 34, which explicitly include the election of the General Assembly and/or the Presidency every 3 years. It is not possible to consider the petition containing the petition in accordance with Article 19(2) of the statute.
Continuing, it is necessary to check whether the 2/3 majority of the total number of members of the member clubs and/or associations has been achieved.

Akdeniz Sports Club – Although it signed the petition for an extraordinary general assembly call, it withdrew its signature with the letter dated 14/09/2022.

TED College – Although it signed the petition for an extraordinary general assembly call, it withdrew its signature with the letter dated 24/08/2022.

CIU Sports Club – Although it signed the petition for an extraordinary general assembly call, it withdrew its signature with the letter dated 08/09/2022.

Gönyeli Sports Club – As it has not participated in the leagues for the last 2 years, it does not have the right to vote according to the statute.

RDU Sports Club – Since it has not participated in leagues for the last 2 years, it does not have the right to vote in accordance with the statute.

Near East Sports Club – Although it signed the call for an extraordinary general assembly, it withdrew its signature.

Apart from these, KOOP, Larnaca Youth Union Sports Club and GAU did not sign an extraordinary general assembly call, and the signatures of Çetinkaya Sports Club, Soyer, Levent, EMU, Famagusta Development Academy, K. Kaymaklı and Alsancak Sports Club are valid.

Therefore, the “requirement to hold a meeting within 30 days” mentioned in Article 19(3) of the bylaws is not possible with the signature of 7 clubs in total.

Although we have informed about this issue by holding a press conference and having one-on-one meetings with many clubs in the past days, we preferred to make a collective statement and put an end to this issue.
We want you to know that the 2022 – 2023 Leagues will continue without any discrimination between the club that signed the Extraordinary General Assembly call and the club that did not, without any other club being marginalized, on the contrary, in closer relations with the clubs.

With love and respect,
PEHLIVAN IN THE AGE
TRNC Basketball Federation Board Member

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