At the General Assembly the full Committee of the Association is up for election. The KISC Committee consists of 16 seats:
- four reserved seats: the World Scout Committee, European Scout Committee, Mouvement Scout de Suisse and the Swiss Scout Home Foundation (owner of the Tower estate)
- six seats for National Scout Organisations who are members of the KISC Association
- six seats for Individual Members
The National Scout Organisations have already been contacted by letter regarding the possibility to nominate a representative to stand as a candidate for one of the NSO seats.
If, as an Individual Member, you are interested in standing as a candidate for the upcoming elections, you must fulfil the following criteria and do the following (not later as 26th April 2010 but preferbly before 15th April 2010):
- be at least 18 years old on 6th June 2010
- have paid your membership fees up to and including 2010
- willingness to adhere to the job description
- send a letter/email including a short profile of not more than 15 lines in English and/or German and a headshot (face picture)
The letter or email should be addressed to the Director of Kandersteg International Scout Centre, Wagetiweg, CH-3718 Kandersteg Switzerland or be send by email. The envelope should be marked "GA 2010 - Confidential"
The Statutes declare in Art. 12 that the General Assembly can only take decisions about matters previously stated on the agenda. In order to distribute the agenda with the invitation it is required that agenda items reach the Director of Kandersteg International Scout Centre no later than 40 days before the opening of the General Assembly.
If you have any items for the agenda please ensure that your proposal has reached the Director no later than 26th April 2010, but preferably before 15th April 2010.
Delegation of Votes
Those Members who are not able to attend the General Assembly may delegate their vote to another Member. The authorisation must be written and presented to the Committee before the opening of the General Assembly. It is essential that the delegation of a vote must state the name of the Member designated to hold the vote.
Art. 13 of the Statutes limits the number of delegated votes a Member can represent to no more than two. Representatives of National Scout Organisations may represent no more than four other National Scout Organisations.