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Georgian Computer Society Regulations


Tbilisi 2002
1. General Issues
1.1 Georgian Computer Society (the Society) is a Georgian non-Governmental academic-educational organization.
1.2 The Society is a non-profit legal entity governed under Georgian civil law. Its legal organizational type is a Society. The Society becomes a legal entity at the moment of its registration. During accomplishment of its goals defined in its regulations the Society abides by Georgian Constitution, Georgian civil law, other legal regulations, this document and international laws.
1.3 Depending on its goals, the Society conducts its activities in Georgia and other countries.
1.4 The Society is entitled to have own funds, a round stamp baring its name, own property, banking accounts in Georgian and other currencies in Georgian banks and those abroad, as well as other attributes of a legal entity.
1.5 The Society is entitled to enter contracts to achieve its goals. It can determine duties and responsibilities, have international communications with other legal entities and individuals, enter agreements, contracts, and participate in activities that do not conflict with Georgian law.
1.6 The Society has right to establish affiliates (divisions) according to the law, which will act by the norms adopted by the Society, as well as carry out additional entrepreneurial activities.
1.7 Legal arguments between the Society and other bodies or individuals will be settled according to the rules established by the Georgian Law.
1.8 The Society will be created for unlimited period.
1.9 The legal address of the Society is: Luxemburg Street 8, Tbilisi, 380060, Georgia.

2. Goals and Objectives of the Society
The main goal of the society is to, in abidance with Georgian Law, facilitate the following:
* Computerization of Georgia
* Increasing computer skills of citizens of Georgia
* Development of Internet in Georgia
* Adoption and popularization of Georgian computing terms
* Adoption of IT standards
* Integration into international organizations with similar profile
* Introduction of modern standards into education system of Georgia
* Implementation of computer-aided teaching
* Implementation of distant-learning methods over the Internet
* Professional education of population and training
* Protection of rights and interests of scientists, educationists, and other professional groups
* Implementation of and participation in projects for development of science, technology, education and art
* Protection of professional and social rights of individuals with internet-related professions

3. Types of Activities of the Society

To achieve the goals described above, the society conducts the following activities, while abiding by the Georgian Law:

* Scientific research and education
* Organization of conferences, symposia, discussions, seminars, exhibitions, and other activities
* Participation in activities of public Societys in Georgia and abroad
* Collection of fees and contributions
* Establishment of educational and research computer centers
* Organization of promotional, publishing, consulting and translation activities
* Various activities aimed at protection of human rights
* Creation of affiliates, divisions, and representations
* Referential activities for nominating prominent scientists, educationists, and Internet-professionals for awards
* Establishment of own awards and publishing houses
* Publishing and distribution of books, course books, multimedia products, distant education courses, journals, brochures on paper medium and in electronic format.
* Acting as Internet Services Provider. Creation of various servers, Internet nodes and channels, Internet clubs, etc.
* Implementation of any other activities, including commercial activities, that does not conflict with the Law

4. Founders of the Society

The founders of the society are:

Simon Razmadze – citizen of Georgia
Born in city of Rustavi on January 27, 1953
Address: Luxemburg Street, 8, Tbilisi, Georgia
Mathematician, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, leading IT expert in Parliament of Georgia, Professor at Tbilisi State University
Gela Pavliashvili – citizen of Georgia
Born in town of Kakabeti, on September 6, 1963
Address: Varketili, 2nd microraion, 14 block, 24
Mathematician, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, leading IT expert in Parliament of Georgia, Professor at Tbilisi State University
Levan Roinishvili – citizen of Georgia
Born in Tbilisi on July 9, 1973
Address: Oniashvili St 25, Tbilisi, 380060, Georgia
Mathematician, Senior IT expert at the Microfinance Bank of Georgia, member of the New York Academy of Sciences
Temur Kiviladze – citizen of Georgia
Born in town Tetritskaro, on January 30, 1952
Address: Didi Digomi, 3rd microraion, 4 block, 41
Engineer, Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor at Tbilisi State University
Joseph Bliadze – citizen of Georgia
Born in Tbilisi on June 6, 1960
Address: Zubalashvili St 44
Mathematician, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor at Tbilisi State University, Financial Manager of MagtiCom Ltd.
Alexander Gugunishvili – citizen of Georgia
Born in town of Chiatura, on February 9, 1953
Address: Bejanishvili St 49
Mathematician, leading IT expert in Parliament of Georgia

5. Membership
5.1 Citizens of Georgia and other countries, agreeing to the goals of the Society and abiding by its regulation, are eligible to become members of the Society
5.2 To become a member of the Society a letter of application and a recommendation of a current member are required. Accepting a member is done by the supervisory board or during a closed voting on General meeting.
5.3 Membership is terminated upon
* personal written request
* no payment of the membership fees for 12 consecutive months without prior consent of the Supervisory Board
* decision of the general meeting of the members of the Society, when the person’s actions disagree with goals of the Society, or the person does not fulfill his/her duties
* court decision
* decease
5.4 Upon the decision of the Supervisory Board, a person may be elected an Honorary Member of the Society, when such a person actively supports goals and activities of the Society, but is not its member. Honorary members are not necessarily subject to the rights and duties defined in these regulations. The status of an Honorary Member is defined by the Supervisory Board.

6. Duties and Responsibilities of Members
6.1 Members of the Society are entitled to:
* participate in general meetings of the Society
* vote and be elected to managerial positions in the Society
* participate in activities and programs of the society according to his/her qualifications
* receive information about events organized by the Society
* receive information from managerial bodies and managers of the Society about their activities
* propose issues for discussion to managerial bodies and managers of the Society and participate in the discussion
* participate in Supervisory Board’s meetings with right to vote
* to use the information and the material and technical basis of the Society
* to have the Certificate of Society Membership
* to wear the Society emblem and use the Society symbolic.

6.2. A member of the Society is committed:
* to help achieving the Society aims by his own activities
* to keep the Society Rules and the decisions of the general meetings
* to take part in the arrangements carried out by the Society
* to pay the membership dues according to the amount determined by the general meeting
* to defend (to take care of) the honor, authority and property of the Society.

7. Management of the Society

7.1. The Society is found by the founders’ decision. The founders are members of the Society. The founders confirm the Society Rules by the majority of the two thirds, of the presented members;

7.2. The supreme organ of the Society is the general meeting of the Society members. The general meeting is authorized if more then a half of the Society members(votes), if not otherwise specified in the law or the Society Rules. Each member of the Society has one vote. The vote cannot be given to the other person;

7.3. The general meeting’s terms of reference cover:
* to make alterations and introduce amendments into the Society Rules, that needs the majority of the two thirds of the presented members;
* to confirm (prove) the main trends, the special purpose programs and the long-term projects;
* to alter the aim of the Society; to amalgamate the Society with other organizations, maintaining the similarity of the primary (original) aim, that needs the majority of the two thirds of the presented members.
* to define the powers of the members of the board to elect the members of the board. The election is carried out by secret ballot. In case of dividing the votes into equal parts the new sortition is carried out according to the rule determined by the general meeting;
* to listen to and confirm the accounts of the board;
* to make a decision on ceasing the activity of the Society, that needs a majority of the two thirds of the presented members.

7.4. During the periods of time between general meetings the directing organ of the Society is the board, that is elected by the general meeting for the period of 5 years and is consisted of 3 members:

Simon Razmadze – citizen of Georgia
Born in city of Rustavi on January 27, 1953
Address: Luxemburg Street, 8, Tbilisi, Georgia
Mathematician, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, leading IT expert in Parliament of Georgia, Professor at Tbilisi State University
Gela Pavliashvili – citizen of Georgia
Born in town of Kakabeti, on September 6, 1963
Address: Varketili, 2nd microraion, 14 block, 24
Mathematician, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, leading IT expert in Parliament of Georgia, Professor at Tbilisi State University
Levan Roinishvili – citizen of Georgia
Born in Tbilisi on July 9, 1973
Address: Oniashvili St 25, Tbilisi, 380060, Georgia
Mathematician, Senior IT expert at the Microfinance Bank of Georgia, member of the New York Academy of Sciences

7.5. The general meeting elects the Chairman from the members of the board for 5 years.

7.6. The meeting of the board is appointed by the chairman of the Society according to the needs of the Society. The meeting of the board is authorized if at least the 2/3 of the board members are present. The decisions are made by the majority of the votes. The protocol of the meeting is made, that represents the points discussed at the meeting and the corresponding decisions.

7.7. The members of the board are obliged to direct the activities of the Society according to the laws and the Society rules and are responsible for damages caused by the negligence of their duties.

7.8. The board:
* manages the property of the Society;
* appoints the general meeting and manages its organization;
* accepts new members of the Society;
* establishes groups and departments to realize the aims of the Society, appoints their heads;
* makes the decisions about the foundation and liquidation of the branches of the Society, confirms their rules, appoints and relieves their heads;
* establishes businesses and self-financing organizations, approves their statements, appoints and relieves their heads;
* composes the annual budget and balance, financial plans and projects;
* carries out appointing and relieving of the coworkers of the Society except the members of the board;
* determines the conditions of payment for the work, makes up the decision about awarding prizes;
* makes up decisions to achieve the aims planned according to the Society rules.

7. 9. All the activities of the board are directed by the Chairman of the Society. The Chairman is elected by the general meeting of the Society members for a term of 5 years.

7. 10. The Chairman of the Society:
* represents the Society in legal and physical relations inside as well as outside the country;
* appoints and leads the board sessions;
* provides the execution of board decisions;
* concludes the agreements and contracts, carries out the talks, gives power of attorney, in agreement with the board manages the property of the Society on behalf of the Society;
* opens and closes accounts in banks in national and foreign currencies, signs the financial and other official documentation;
* carries out other activities according to the rights defined by the board.

7.11. In the case of the Chairman’s resignation or ceasing his rights ahead of time the board within a month elects a new chairman for the remaining period of time.
8. The property of the Society, its financial-economic activities

8.1. The property of the Society consists of property, capital, and other values, that are represented in its independent balance and are needed to carry out the Society activities, provided by these regulations.

8.2. According to the law the funds of the Society are constituted by:
* membership dues;
* charity donations made by Georgian and foreign juridical persons;
* the income brought by functioning of own enterprises and organizations of the Society;
* grants;
* the income brought by the various arrangements carried out according to the law;
* the incomes of other sources that don’t contradict the legislation;

8.3. The Society can own buildings, transport means, funds, shares (stocks), residential funds, stock and other property, not contradicting the legislation.

8.4. To achieve the abovementioned objectives the Society can carry out the additional business, establish the enterprises and organizations, using the profits of their activities to achieve objectives of the regulations. It cannot be permitted to distribute the profits among the founders of the Society, sponsors and the board members.

8.5. The Society can carry out any activities, despite the fact of its being explicitly noted in the Society regulations.

8.6. The Society Board is responsible for the right usage of funds and taking care of the property of the Society.

8.7. The Society owns, uses and distributes its property and funds according to the objectives.

8.8. The monetary transactions are carried out in cash or by checks.

9. Liquidation of the Society and the distribution of Property

9.1. The reorganization of the Society is carried out according to the rules determined by the legislation.

9.2. The liquidation of the Society is carried out:
* if all of its objectives are achieved;
* by the authority of the general meeting;
* in case of annulling of its registration according to the legislation;

9.3. The residual property left after the liquidation of the Society should be distributed by the liquidating commission according to the current legislation of Georgia.

The signatures of the Society founders:

S. Razmadze (the chair-man of the Society)
G. Pavliashvili (the member of the board)
L. Roinishvili (the member of the board)
T. Kiviladze
J. Bliadze
A. Gugunishvili.

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