The Value Of The International Cultural Conservation And Restoration Research Centre Statutes

Original Language Title: Par Starptautiskā kultūras vērtību saglabāšanas un restaurācijas pētniecības centra statūtiem

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: For international cultural assets conservation and restoration research centre article 1 of the Statute. 5 December 1956 international cultural assets conservation and restoration Research Centre (ICCROM) Statute (hereinafter referred to as the Statute) with this law is adopted and approved. 2. article. Fulfilment of the obligations provided for in the statutes shall coordinate the Ministry of Culture. 3. article. Statute of the Republic of Latvia concerning the entry into force in article 2 thereof in due time and manner, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the newspaper "journal". 4. article. The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. Along with statutes of the law put in English and their translation into Latvian language.
The Parliament adopted the law of 12 January 2012.
The President a. Smith in 2012 on January 25 of the Statute of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property As revised by the General Assembly of the XXIV session, on 11 November 2005 article 1 purpose and function of the ' International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property ICCROM ', hereinafter called ' ' , shall contribute to the worldwide conservation and restoration of cultural property by initiating, developing, promoting and facilitating conditions for such conservation and restoration. ICCROM shall exercise, in particular, the following functions: a. collect, study and circulate information concerned with scientific, technical and ethical issues relating to the conservation and restoration of cultural property; b. line, stimulat or Institute research in this domain by means, in particular, of assignments entrusted to bodies or experts, international meetings, publications and the exchange of specialists; c. give advice and make recommendations on general or specific questions relating to the conservation and restoration of cultural property; (d) promote, develop and provide training relating to the conservation and restoration of cultural property and raise the standards and practice of conservation and restoration works; e. the initiative of encourag that create a better understanding of the conservation and restoration of cultural property. Article 2 Membership 1. an international organization composed of ISA ICCROM Member States. 2. A State that is a Member State of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (hereinafter referred to as UNESCO ' ') may become a Member State of ICCROM by depositing a formal declaration of accession with the Director-General of UNESCO. Any such State that has become a Member State of ICCROM and subsequently cease to be a Member State of UNESCO shall retain its membership of ICCROM. 3. A State that is not a Member State of UNESCO, or any former Member State of ICCROM that has withdrawn from membership to the article 10, pursuan may forward an application for membership to the Director-General of ICCROM. Following considerations of the application by the Council, such a State may be admitted to membership of ICCROM by the General Assembly. Admission to membership shall require a decision taken by a two-thirds majority of the Member States of ICCROM present and voting. The Director-General of UNESCO shall be notified of the admission of a Member State of ICCROM pursuan to this paragraph. 4. Membership of the paragraph 2 pursuan acquired this article shall take effect thirty days following receipt by the Director-General of UNESCO of the formal declaration of accession. Membership to the paragraph 3 of pursuan acquired this article shall take effect on the date on which the General Assembly decide to admi the Member State concerned. 5. Each Member State shall contribute to the budget of ICCROM at a rate fixed by the General Assembly.
Article 3 organs shall: (a) the General ICCROM compris Assembly, a Council and a secretariat. Article 4 the General Assembly Composition and participation (a) 1. The General Assembly shall be composed of the members of the Member States. One of the members shall be each Member State represen. (b) Members should be chosen from the. amongs the best qualified experts concerned with the conservation and restoration of cultural property and, preferably, from those associated with amongs the institutions specialized in this field. (c) UNESCO, the Istituto Centrale per il Restored the voting and non-members of the Council referred to in article 5.1 (j) shall have the right to participat in sessions of the General Assembly in an observer capacity. They may submit proposals, but shall not have the right to vote. 2. Functions the functions of the General Assembly shall be to: (a) determin the general policies of ICCROM; (b) consider and approve. the programme of activities and budget of ICCROM for the following bienni, on the basis of proposals submitted to it by the Council; c. the new members States admi in accordanc with article 2.3; d. Select the members of the Council; e. on the proposal of the Council, the Director-General be appoin in accordanc with article 5 (d); (f) consider and approve. reports on the activities of the Council and the ICCROM Secretariat; g. fix the contributions of Member States; h. the Financial Regulations to adop of ICCROM; i. decide on the application of the sanctions provided for in article 9.3. Procedure the General Assembly shall: a. meet in ordinary session every two years; b. meet in extraordinary session if it decide to do so itself, if at least one-third of the Member States so request, or if so decided by the Council; c. meet in Rome, Italy, unless the General Assembly or the Council decide otherwise for; (d) to its own adop. Rules of procedure; e. at the beginning of each session, elect a President and other officers; f. establish such committees as may be not to carry out cessary for it its function. 4. Voting subject to article 9, each Member State shall have one vote in the General Assembly. Decision shall be taken by a simple majority of the Member States present and voting unless otherwise provided by the Statute in these or in the rules of Procedure of the General Assembly.
Article 5

The Council Composition (a) 1. The Council shall be elected by consis of members the General Assembly, a representative of the Director-General of UNESCO, a representative of the Italian Government, a representative of the Istituto Centrale per il Restored and non-members of voting referred to in sub-paragraph (i) below. b. There shall be twelve elected members plus one elected member for every five Member States after the first 30. The total number of elected members shall not, however, exceeds 100 twenty-five. (c) the members elected by the General Assembly shall be chosen from amongs the best qualified experts concerned with the conservation and restoration of cultural property, taking into considerations the desirability of achieving equitable representation of the major cultural regions of the world and an appropriate coverage of the different fields of specialization relevant to the work of ICCROM. The General Assembly shall also take into account the capacity of such person to fulfil the administrative and executive functions of the Council. d. members of the Council who are elected by the General Assembly shall serve for a term of Office of four years. However, at the first ordinary session of the General Assembly at which the present provision is in force, half the members elected by the General Assembly shall serve for a term of Office of four years and half shall serve for a term of Office of two years. If at that session the number of members to be elected is uneven, one half of the members plus one shall be elected for a term of Office of four years. e. Elected members of the Council shall serve from the closur of the session of the General Assembly at which they were elected until the closur of the session held in the year in which their term of office expires. f. members of the Council shall be eligible for re-election, except that they may be not serve for more than two consecutive life terms. g. In the event of the death, permanent incapacity or resignation of an elected member of the Council, the seat of the falling vacant shall be filled for the remainder of the term of Office, by the candidate who, at the last election held by the General Assembly, without being elected, received the highest number of votes. If this candidate is not available to serve, the seat shall be filled by the candidate with the next highest number of votes and so on until exhaustion of the candidate at the election of said. If the seat cannot be filled by a candidate who sought membership at the previous election, the seat shall remain vacant until an election is held at the next session of the General Assembly. h. members of the Council elected by the General Assembly elected in their personal capacity a. They shall perform their function in the interests of ICCROM and not as representatives of States. i. Non-voting members of the Council shall be a representative of the International Council of Museum and a representative of the International Council on Monument and sites. j. Non-voting members of the Council may participat in the discussions of the Council. 2. Functions the functions of the Council shall be to: (a) under the authority of the General Assembly overseas the execution of the programme of activities and budget adopted by the latter; b. in accordanc with the decisions and directives of the General Assembly and having regard to the arising between two ordinary circumstanc sessions, take all measure on behalf of cessary not the General Assembly, and in close cooperation with the Director-General, to ensur the effective and rational execution of the approved programme of activities by the Director-General; c. a policies, formulat in close cooperation with the Director-General, and submit them, as appropriate, to the General Assembly for approval; d. review and adjust, where not a draft programme cessary, of activities and budget drawn up by the Director-General and approve it for submission to the General Assembly; e. consider applications for admission to membership of ICCROM in accordanc with article 2.3; f. make recommendations to the General Assembly on the appointment of the Director-General and on the latter's terms and ' conditions of appointment, and, as appropriate, extend the Director-General ' 's appointment in accordanc with article 5 (d); g. appoin the Director-General in the envisaged in article 6 of the circumstanc (e); h. approve the structure of the Secretariat proposed by the Director-General; i. approve the Staff Regulations; j. make recommendations to the General Assembly on the adoption of the Financial Regulations; k. appoin the External Auditor; l. supervis the financial operations of ICCROM; m. prepare a report on its activities for considerations by the General Assembly at its ordinary sessions; n. exercise such other functions as may be assigned to it by the General Assembly procedure 3 the Council shall: a. meet: (i) immediately after an ordinary session. of the General Assembly; II. immediately before the following ordinary session of theGeneral Assembly; and (iii). once in the interval between its sessions referred to in (i) and (ii) above; b. meet in Rome, Italy, unless the General Assembly or the Council itself decide otherwise for; c. it is own adop rules of procedure; (d) at the beginning of the first session following an ordinary session of the General Assembly, elect a Chairperson and other officers who shall hold office until the closur of the following ordinary session of the General Assembly; e. establish such committees as may be not to carry out cessary for it its function. 4. Voting Each elected member of the Council, the representative of the Director-General of UNESCO, the representatives of the Italian Government and the representatives of the Istituto Centrale per il Restored the shall have one vote. Shall be taken by a decision by simple majority of such members present and voting, unless otherwise provided by the Statute in these or in the rules of Procedure of the Council. Article 6 the Secretariat a. The Secretariat of ICCROM shall consis of the Director-General and such staff as may be required. (b). The responsibilities of the Director-General and the staff shall be international in character. In the discharge of their duties they shall not seek ither nor receive instructions from any Government or authority external to ICCROM. They shall refrain from any action which might prejudice their positions as international officials. Each Member State to respect the undertak international character of the responsibilities of the Director-General and the staff, and not seek to influence them in the discharge of their duties. (c) shall be appointed by the staff. in accordanc with Staff Regulations approved by the Council. All members of the staff shall be responsible to the Director-General. d. the Director-General shall be nominated by the Council and, except as provided in sub-paragraph (e) below, shall be appointed by the General Assembly. The General Assembly, on the recommendations of the Council, shall fix the duration of the appointment and approve the terms and conditions under which the Director-General shall serve. The Director-General ' 's appointment by the General Assembly may be extended by the Council not more than twice and for a term of up to two years on each occasion, provided, however, that the duration of the Director-General ' 's appointment and any extensions thereof by the Council shall, in the case, a total of 12 of six years. The Director-General shall be eligible for re-appointment by the General Assembly. e. If the Office of Director-General falls vacant in the interval between two sessions of the General Assembly, a new Director-General may be appointed by the Council for a period ending on the day of the closur of the next ordinary session of the General Assembly. The Council shall also determin the terms and conditions of appointment of the Director-General to be led in a contract signed by the Chairperson of the Council and the new Director-General. (f). The Director-General shall a proposal for formulat appropriate action by the General Assembly and the Council, and shall prepare, for submission to the Council, a draft programme of activities and budget. In accordanc with the decision of the General Assembly and the Council, the Director-General shall be responsible for the effective and rational execution of the approved programme of activities. He/she shall prepare and communicate it to the Member States, periodic reports on ICCROM's activities '.
Article 7 Financial procedures (a). The budget of ICCROM shall be drawn up on a biennial basis. The draft budget for the forthcoming Forum shall be communicated to bienni Member States, along with the programme of activities, at least 60 days prior to the General Assembly at which they are to be considered. (b). The financial period of ICCROM shall be the two calendar years following the ordinary session of the General Assembly unless the General Assembly decide otherwise of. (c) the contributions of Member States for a financial period shall be paid in two equal annual instalment, one of which shall be due at the beginning of the first calendar year and the other at the beginning of the second calendar year. d. the Director-General may accept voluntary contributions, gifts, bequest and subvention will be published directly from Governments, and private institutions, associations and private persons, subject to the conditions specified in the Financial Regulations. (e) the budget shall be administered by the Secretariat in accordanc with the Financial Regulations, under the supervision of the Council. Article 8 Legal status, ICCROM shall enjoy on the territory of each Member State, the legal capacity for the cessary not attainmen of its aims and the exercise of its functions. Article 9

Sanctions A Member State shall lose its right to vote in the General Assembly and it right it proposes candidate for membership of the Council when the total amount of its contribution to ICCROM that have fallen due and that have not been paid, the irrespectiv of the calendar year or years to which the contributions relate, exceeds 100 for the amount of the contributions payable by that Member State for the current calendar year and the preceding calendar year immediately. A Member State that has omitted to pay its contributions that have fallen due during four consecutive calendar years shall also cease to be entitled to receive any services from ICCROM. The membership of a Member State that has omitted to pay its contributions that have fallen due during six consecutive calendar years shall be suspended by the General Assembly. The General Assembly may permit a Member not in the vertheles State to exercise the aforementioned rights including the right to receive services from ICCROM, or decide not to suspend its membership, if it is satisfied that failure to pay is due to special circumstanc-beyond the Member State's control. Article 10 Withdrawals from Membership Any Member State may withdraw from ICCROM by notice addressed to the Director-General of ICCROM at any time after the expiry of a period of two years from the date of its accession or admission by the General Assembly. Such withdrawals shall take effect on 31 December of the year following that during which the notice was given. Of such withdrawals shall be the financial obligation of the affec owed table to ICCROM on the data the withdrawals takes effect. The Director-General of ICCROM shall inform the Director-General of UNESCO of the date on which the attention of a Member State takes effect. Article 11 amendment of the Statute a. Amendments to the present Statute may be proposed by a Member of the State or by the Council. They shall be adopted by the General Assembly by a decision taken by a two-thirds majority of the Member States present and voting, provided that the said two-thirds majority is more than one half of the Member States of ICCROM. (b). The Director-General of ICCROM shall communicate proposed amendments to all Member States and to the Director-General of UNESCO at least 180 days prior to the session of the General Assembly on whose agenda they are to be placed. c. If, following the communication of a proposed amendment, a Member State or the Council wishes to introduce an amendment to the said proposed amendment, it may do so provided that it is communicated to all Member States and to the Director-General of UNESCO at least 90 days prior to the session of the General Assembly on whose agenda the original proposed amendment is to be placed. Article 12 Entry into force of the Statute shall these enter into force immediately after the closur of the XXIII session of the General Assembly of ICCROM. Article 13 Dissolution may be dissolved by a decision ICCROM of the General Assembly. The General Assembly may so resolve only if (a) the six months written notice setting out the grounds for the proposed dissolution has been sent to all Member States. Any resolution to the ICCROM dissolv shall require a two-thirds majority of the Member States present and voting, provided that the said two-thirds majority is more than one half of the member States of ICCROM. Article 14 the Authoritativ texts the English and French texts of the Statute shall be equally these authoritativ.
  International cultural assets conservation and restoration research centre revised statute XXIV General Assembly session 2005 November 11 article 1 aim and functions of the international cultural assets conservation and restoration research centre, hereinafter referred to as the ' ICCROM ', promoting the preservation of cultural values and restoration of the world, proposing, developing, promoting, and facilitating the conservation and restoration of such conditions. ICCROM especially performs the following functions: (a) collect, study and) disseminate information relating to the scientific, technical and ethical issues relating to the conservation of cultural property and restoration; (b) promote or coordinate) organizes the research in this area, in particular to organisations or experts, international meetings, publications and exchanges of experts; (c)) to advise and make recommendations on General or specific issues relating to the conservation of cultural property and restoration; (d) promote, develop and) provides training in relation to the conservation of the cultural and historic preservation, as well as improving conservation and restoration work standards and practices; e) support initiatives to deepen understanding of the conservation and cultural restoration. 2. Article 1 of the ICCROM is an international Membership Organization, which consists of Member States. 2. in a country that is the United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization (hereinafter referred to as "UNESCO"), a Member State may become a member of ICCROM shall be submitted to the Director-General of UNESCO official declaration of accession. Any State that becomes a Member State of ICCROM and then withdraw from UNESCO, ICCROM will continue to be a member. 3. a State which is not a Member State of UNESCO, or any former ICCROM Member which has withdrawn their membership in the Organization in accordance with the provisions of article 10, may be submitted to the Director-General of ICCROM application for membership in that organization. After the Council, having reviewed the application, the General Assembly can take the ICCROM. To take the country, need decision, ICCROM adopted by ICCROM Member States present and voting in the two-thirds majority. UNESCO Director-General announces the admission of a Member State of ICCROM in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph. 4. participation reached in accordance with paragraph 2 of this article shall enter into force thirty days after the date on which the Director-General of UNESCO received the official notification of accession. Membership is achieved in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 3, shall enter into force on the day on which the General Assembly decides to admit the Member State concerned. 5. each Member State shall make contributions to the budget of ICCROM in accordance with the General Assembly fixed rate. Article 3 authorities ICCROM shall consist of the General Assembly, the Council and the Secretariat. Article 4 General Assembly composition and membership 1 (a)), the General Assembly made up of delegates from the Member States. Each Member shall be represented by one delegate.
(b)) must be selected from those Delegates at the more skilled professionals related to the conservation of cultural property and renovating, and preferably from among the experts associated with the institutions that specialize in this area. (c)), UNESCO, the Istituto Centrale per il Restored and article 5, paragraph 1 (j)) the following representatives of the Council, without voting rights, have the right to participate in General Assembly sessions as an observer. They may submit proposals, but they have no right to vote. 2. the functions of the General Assembly has the following functions: (a)) to determine the general policies of ICCROM; (b)) to consider and approve the budget of ICCROM activities and programs for the next two years, on the basis of the proposals submitted to the Council; c) admit new Member States in accordance with article 2, paragraph 3; (d)) to designate the members of the Council; e) after a recommendation from the Council, shall appoint the Director-General, in accordance with article 6, paragraph 1 (d)); (f)) to consider and approve the reports of the Council and the Secretariat of ICCROM's activities; (g) determine the contribution of the Member States); (h) adopt the financial regulations of ICCROM); I) decide on the penalties specified in article 9. 3. the procedure of the General Assembly: (a) to meet the current session) every two years; (b) shall meet in extraordinary session) if it decides, at the request of at least one third of the Member States or if the Council so decides; (c)) is in Rome, Italy, unless the General Assembly or the Council decides otherwise; d) adopt its rules of procedure; (e)) at the beginning of each session shall elect its Chairman and other officers; f) set up a Committee that it may be necessary for the implementation of its functions. 4. voting on the basis of the provisions of article 9, each Member State General Assembly shall have one vote. Decisions shall be taken by the Member States present and voting in the simple majority of votes, unless these articles of association or the rules of procedure of the General Assembly provides otherwise. 5. Article 1 (a), the Council, the composition of the Council is composed of) General Assembly elected members, the Director-General of UNESCO representative, the representative of the Government of Italy, the Istituto Centrale per il Restored by the representative and i) this paragraph contains the members without voting rights.
(b)) is twelve members elected and another elected member for every five Member States after the first thirty. However, the total number of members to be elected shall not exceed twenty-five.

(c)), the General Assembly elected members shall be selected from those most qualified professionals related to the conservation of cultural property and renovating, taking into account the desirability of getting to that level is represented in the world's major cultural regions and under cover in different areas of specialization related to the work of ICCROM. The General Assembly also take into account that person's ability to implement the Administrative Council and executive functions. (d)), the General Assembly elected Board members term of four years. However, the General Assembly, first regular session, in which the terms of this provision, a party General Assembly elected members term is four years, and the other two years. If the number of members elected to the session is odd, then a four-year term of Office of half of the members shall be elected and another Member. (e) the members of the Council elected) their obligations from the moment when you closed the session of the General Assembly, during which they are elected until the conclusion of the session, which takes place in the year in which their term of office expires. f) members of the Board may be re-elected, but they can't be in the post for more than two terms in a row. (g) the members of the Council elected) death, permanent disability, or resignation of the free space in the event the remaining mandate is this candidate that elected candidates from the last General Assembly elections, received the highest number of votes. If he cannot enter into the post space occupies the candidate who received the second largest number of votes, and so on until the election of the candidates referred to the end of the list. If the site cannot take a candidate who in previous elections raised his candidacy, the site remains free until the election of the next General Assembly session. h) General Assembly elected Council members shall be elected on the basis of their personal abilities. They carry out their duties in the interest of the country, rather than as ICCROM. I) representatives of the Council without the right to vote is the International Museum Council representative and significant international monuments and sites protection Council representative. j) non-voting representatives of the Council may participate in the discussions. 2. the functions of the Council shall have the following functions: (a) the Chair of the General Assembly) to monitor the implementation of the programme of measures and adopted by the General Assembly in the implementation of the budget; (b)) taking into account the decisions of the General Assembly and directives and respecting the circumstances arising during the period between two regular sessions of the General Assembly, on behalf of and in close cooperation with the Director-General to take all necessary measures to ensure that the approved activities of the Director-General of the efficient and effective programme implementation; (c) in close cooperation with the Director-General) to develop the Organization's policies and, where appropriate, submit them for approval to the General Assembly; d) review and, where necessary, to adjust the measures drawn up by the Director General of the program and budget of the project and to approve it for submission to the General Assembly; (e) to examine the application for admission) ICCROM in accordance with article 2, paragraph 3; (f)) to provide recommendations to the General Assembly for the appointment of the Director-General and of the conditions of his appointment, as well as, where appropriate, extend the term of Office of the Director-General, in accordance with article 6, paragraph 1 (d)); (g) appoint the Director-General) article 6 e) in the cases provided for in paragraph 1; (h) to approve the proposed by the Director-General) the structure of the Secretariat; (I) approve the staff regulations); j) give recommendations to the General Assembly the adoption of the financial regulations; (k) to appoint the external auditor); l) to monitor financial operations of ICCROM; m) on its activities to prepare a report, in its ordinary session of the General Assembly of the appearance; n) perform other duties that it may ask the General Assembly. 3. the procedure of the Council: (a) to convene a session i)) immediately after the current session of the General Assembly; II) directly before the General Assembly of the next regular session, and III) once in a while between i and ii) indent below) sessions; (b)) to meet the session in Rome, Italy, unless the General Assembly or the Council decides otherwise; (c) adopt its rules of procedure); (d)) at the beginning of its first session, the General Assembly's regular session, elect a Chairman and other officers, who take office until the next General Assembly regular session closing; e) established by the Commission, it may be necessary to perform its duties. 4. voting each Member of Council elected Director-General of UNESCO's representative, a representative of the Government of Italy and the Istituto Centrale per il Restored the delegate has one vote. Decisions shall be taken by the members present and voting, a simple majority vote, unless these articles of association or the rules of procedure of the Council provides otherwise. Article 6 (a)) ICCROM Secretariat the Secretariat shall consist of the Director-General and such staff as may be required. (b) the duties of the Director-General and staff) are essentially international. In carrying out their duties, they do not require a reference to any Government or authority outside the ICCROM, and following instructions from them. They shall refrain from any action that may adversely reflect on their international officer's post. Each Member State undertakes to respect the responsibilities of the Director-General and staff of international importance and not to seek to influence them in the discharge of their duties. c) employees appointed in accordance with the staff regulations approved by the Council. All employees are subject to the Director General. (d) the Director-General nominated by the Council) and, with the exception of the point of this article) contains the case, appointed by the General Assembly. The General Assembly, acting on a recommendation from the Council, shall determine the term and the conditions under which the Director-General shall remain in Office. The General Assembly made the appointment of the Director-General of the Council, may extend no more than two times, and each time for a period not exceeding two years, but with the condition that the term of Office of the Director-General and its extension by the Council shall in any case not exceeding six years. The General Assembly of the Director-General may be reappointed. (e) if the Director-General) vacant between two sessions of the General Assembly, the Council may appoint a new Director-General for a period that ends next General Assembly regular session closing day. The Council also provides for the appointment of the Director-General conditions of the contract, signed by the President of the Council and the new Director-General. (f) draw up proposals by the Director-General) for the General Assembly and the Council the measures to be taken and shall prepare for submission to the Council of programmes of measures and budget. In accordance with the General Assembly and the decisions of the Council Director-General responsible for the programme of activities approved by the effective and rational execution. He/she shall prepare and transmit to the Member States the periodic reports on the measures taken by ICCROM. Article 7 (a) of the financial procedures) shall prepare a budget of ICCROM two year period. The draft budget for the next two years, as well as the programmes of measures shall be sent to the Member States at least 60 days before the General Assembly, in which they are to be considered. (b) the financial period of ICCROM) is two calendar years after the current session of the General Assembly, unless the General Assembly decides otherwise. c) contributions from Member States on the financial period is paid in two equal annual instalments, one of which is performed first at the beginning of the calendar year and the other at the beginning of the second calendar year. (d) the Director General may accept voluntary) contributions, gifts, bequests and subsidies directly from Governments, public and private institutions, associations and individuals in accordance with the conditions specified in the financial regulations. e) budget shall be managed by the Secretariat in accordance with the financial regulations of the Council. Article 8 legal status in the territory of a Member State of ICCROM Everyone has the necessary legal capacity, in order to achieve its objectives and fulfil its functions. Article 9 penalties Member States lose their voting rights in the General Assembly and their right to nominate candidates for membership of the Council if its total contribution payable ICCROM amount that come due and is paid irrespective of the calendar year or years to which the contributions relate, the Member State concerned to exceed the payment amount for the current calendar year and the preceding calendar year. The Member State which has not made its own contributions that come to maturity, four consecutive calendar years shall also lose the right to receive services from ICCROM. The General Assembly suspended the membership of a Member State that six consecutive calendar years are not taken my contributions that come to maturity. However, the General Assembly may permit a Member State to implement the foregoing rights, including the right to receive services from ICCROM, or decide not to terminate membership if a Member State is satisfied that the payment is not made in relation to the particular circumstances that are beyond the control of the Member State. Article 10 withdrawal

Any Member State may withdraw the membership of ICCROM Director-General of ICCROM, sending a notification addressed, at any time after the expiry of two years from the date of accession or admission made by the General Assembly. Such withdrawal shall take effect on 31 December of the year following the year in which the notice was given. Such withdrawal is without prejudice to the financial commitment to ICCROM, which this country has the day of withdrawal of membership becomes effective. Director-General of ICCROM shall inform the Director-General of UNESCO on the date of entry into force of the withdrawal of a Member State. Article 11 amendment of a Statute) amendments to these statutes may propose to the Member State or the Council. It accepts the General Assembly to the decision taken by the Member States present and voting a two-thirds majority of the two-thirds majority is more than half of the number of Member States of ICCROM. (b) the Director-General of ICCROM) proposed amendments to inform all the Member States and the Director-General of UNESCO at least 180 days before the session of the General Assembly that they should be included in the agenda. c) If, after receiving information on the proposed amendment, the Member State or the Council wants the proposed amendment, they can do so if it shall notify to all the Member States and the Director-General of UNESCO at least 90 days prior to the session of the General Assembly, the agenda of which contains the original proposed amendment. Article 12 entry into force of the Statute shall enter into force immediately after the ICCROM General Assembly XXIII session closed. Article 13 termination of the transaction can be aborted with ICCROM General Assembly decision. The General Assembly may adopt such a decision only if the six months before that, all Member States have sent a written statement setting out the reasons. Any decision on the termination of ICCROM present and voting member of the two-thirds majority of the two-thirds majority is more than half the number of the Member States of ICCROM.
Article 14 authentic texts This statute in the English and French texts are equally authentic.