Regulation Of The Commission Of Surveillance Of The Institute Of The Fund National Of The Housing For The Workers

Original Language Title: Reglamento de la Comisión de Vigilancia del Instituto del Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda para los Trabajadores

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THE NATIONAL HOUSING FUND INSTITUTE ' S MONITORING COMMISSION REGULATION FOR WORKERS

Last reform published in the DOF on December 22, 1998.

Published in the DOF on February 16, 1973.

On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which says: United Mexican States.-National Housing Fund Institute for Workers.

CHAPTER I

From the integration of the Commission

ARTICLE 1o. The Supervisory Commission will be integrated with nine members appointed by the General Assembly. Each of the representations shall propose the appointment of three members, with their respective alternates.

Members of the Commission may not be members of the General Assembly or the Board of Directors.

The members of the Supervisory Commission shall last for six years and shall be removed by the General Assembly, at the request of the representation that has proposed them.

The removal request that presents the representation will be done through the Director General.

As the General Assembly meets, the members of the Supervisory Commission whose removal has been requested will be immediately suspended in their duties.

CHAPTER II

Of the functions and powers of the Commission

ARTICLE 2o. The Monitoring Committee of the National Housing Fund Institute for Workers has the following powers and functions:

I. Monitor that the administration of resources and expenses, as well as operations, are made in accordance with the provisions of the Law of the Institute, its Regulations and other applicable provisions;

II. To carry out the audit of the financial statements and to check, where appropriate, the guarantees of the Institute's operating goods;

III.-To propose to the Assembly and the Board of Directors, where appropriate, the measures it deems appropriate to improve the functioning of the Institute; and

IV. In the cases that you believe warrant it, quote General Assembly.

ARTICLE 3o. The Supervisory Commission shall also have the following powers:

I. Appoint one of each representation from among its members so that, at the request of the Board of Directors, they attend the sessions of the Board with a voice but no vote.

(F. DE E., D.O.F. MARCH 27, 1973)

II. Make matters that you consider convenient to be included in the Session Order of the Board of Directors and the General Assembly.

III. Make timely the Commission's budget to be included in the general budget of the Institute to be submitted to the General Assembly.

ARTICLE 4. For the effective fulfilment of its powers and functions, the Supervisory Commission shall at all times have the staff and the elements it requires, having access and the right to review the books of accounts, documents, property and property of the Institute.

ARTICLE 5o. The Supervisory Commission shall appoint an external auditor, who shall be a public accountant in his profession, to audit and certify the financial statements of the Institute.

ARTICLE 6o. The external auditor shall have the most extensive powers to review the Institute's accounting and documents and, in the exercise of his duties, shall:

I. Carry out monthly an examination of the revenue, expenditure and accounting records of other operations of the Institute, reviewing the documentation relating to the transactions carried out and confronting the actual and proposed results;

II. To inform the Supervisory Commission of the administration of the resources and expenses, determining whether these are carried out in accordance with the Law, its Regulations and in accordance with the approved budgets;

(F. DE E., D.O.F. MARCH 27, 1973)

III. To examine the accounting records and other necessary elements, in order to give an annual opinion on the financial statements of the Institute, in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles applicable to the various operations of this;

IV. To examine and corroborate, in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the Commission for Surveillance, the records and the accounting checks, by making sure that the various operations carried out by the Commission are selective and of other nature. Institute have been properly registered;

V. Prepare the reports requested by the Commission of Surveillance on the work of the Institute whose consideration is of interest to the Commission, in accordance with its legal powers;

VI. To suggest to the Supervisory Commission the amendments and reforms which it considers appropriate to introduce into the accounting procedures of the Institute; and

VII. Carry out the other acts inherent in its powers entrusted to it by the Commission.

ARTICLE 7o. The Audit Committee shall present to the General Assembly an opinion on the financial statements of each social year of the Institute, together with the opinion of the external auditor, for which the said States shall be informed thereof. less than 30 days before the date on which the corresponding General Assembly is to be held.

CHAPTER III

Of the sessions

(REFORMED FIRST PARAGRAPH, D.O.F. MARCH 8, 1979)

ARTICLE 8o. The Commission shall regularly meet twice a month on the day and time that has been fixed in the previous ordinary session.

When there are matters which are of importance to you, you may convene an extraordinary session of the Commission, the President-in-Office, the Board of Directors, the Director-General or two members of at least two representations. of which the Commission is composed.

Both ordinary and extraordinary sessions will be held at the premises of the National Housing Fund Institute for Workers.

ARTICLE 9o. The agenda for each session shall be drawn up by the Secretary and subject to the approval of the President-in-Office of the Commission.

Once the previous approval has been obtained, the same must be sent to the members of the Commission, at least forty-eight hours before the date of the meeting, through the Secretary.

ARTICLE 10o. During the extraordinary sessions, the Commission will deal only with the issues identified in the respective call, and the agenda will not include general issues.

ARTICLE 11o. The sessions will be developed in the following order:

I. Verification of the quorum by the Secretary of the Commission;

II. Consideration and approval, if any, of the Order of the Day;

III. Reading and approval, if any, of the minutes of the previous session;

IV. Discussion and approval, if any, of the issues included in the Order of the Day;

V. Date and time ratification for the next session; and

VI. Designation of the member to whom the Presidency of the following session corresponds, in the terms of Article 17 of the Law of the Institute.

ARTICLE 12o. The Commission may, in order to be present in the course of its meetings, call on the officials of the Institute which it considers appropriate for the purposes of the Committee's proceedings.

ARTICLE 13o. The Commission, legally convened, may be held when, at least, five of its members or alternate members are meeting, including representatives of the Federal Government and the workers ' sectors. and patterns.

ARTICLE 14o. Any member of the Commission may request the President to suspend or lift the session due to the lack of the quorum required in the previous article.

ARTICLE 15o. In the event that the sitting cannot be verified for lack of a quorum, the President-in-Office shall quote a new session to be held within forty-eight hours.

(F. DE E., D.O.F. MARCH 27, 1973)

ARTICLE 16o. The attendance of the alternates to the meetings of the Commission shall be voluntary with the right to speak. Where an owning member is unable to attend a session, he shall communicate it to his or her alternate so that he/she attends the owner's duties and exercises the right to vote.

(ADDED, D.O.F. 4 MAY 1994)

Sectoral Directors will be able to attend the sessions of the H. Surveillance Commission with right to voice but no vote.

ARTICLE 17o. The Commission will discuss the issues of its competence without submitting to special formalities. The members of the Commission who disagree with the opinion of the majority may request that the reasoned testimony of their divergent opinion be recorded in the minutes.

CHAPTER IV

Of the votes

ARTICLE 18o. The agreements of the Commission shall be taken by the majority vote of its members present. One vote shall be taken for each of the members of the Commission.

The votes will always be nominal and in alphabetical order of the members of the same.

In case of a tie, the vote will be deferred to the next session.

CHAPTER V

From the Presidency

ARTICLE 19o. The Chair of the meetings of the Commission shall, on a rotating basis, correspond to each of the members of the representations which make up the Committee.

The members of each representation will be held alternately, by session, the presidency of the Commission. Within each representation, the participation of its members in the presidency will be in alphabetical order.

If the owning member to whom the session presidency corresponds is absent, he will chair his acting alternate instead. In the absence of this, you will preside over the owner of the same representation that takes the following place in alphabetical order.

ARTICLE 20. The President-in-Office will moderate the discussions, consult if the issues of the Agenda are sufficiently discussed and, if necessary, ask for the vote.

Upon completion of each session, your President will have the following powers and obligations up to the time the following session is initiated:

I. Subscribe to the trades to be issued by the Commission;

II. Review and approve, where appropriate, the Order of the Day for the next session to be prepared by the Secretary;

III. To convene an extraordinary session of the Commission in cases where, in its opinion, it is justified.

In the absence of the President, these functions shall correspond to his or her alternate or, if he chaired the alternate, to the corresponding owner.

CHAPTER VI

From the Secretariat

(REFORMED, D.O.F. DECEMBER 22, 1998)

ARTICLE 21o. The Secretariat of the Supervisory Board shall be the Secretary-General of the Institute.

ARTICLE 22o. During the ordinary and extraordinary sessions, the Secretary shall assist the President in the work of the Commission.

ARTICLE 23o. Powers and obligations of the Secretary of the Commission:

I. To draw up the minutes of each of the meetings of the Commission and to record them, under their signature and that of the President of the sitting, in the respective book;

II. Formulate and dispatch the offices to be rotated by the Commission, under its signature and that of the President;

III. Verify the quorum at the start of each session;

IV. Read the minutes of the previous session;

V. Collect the votes;

VI. Circular with opportunity between the members of the Commission on the citations, initiatives and opinions of the members of the Commission;

VII. Protect the files and offices of the Commission and direct the work of the Commission's staff, in accordance with the instructions of the Commission itself; and

VIII. Any other person who is responsible for his or her duties or is entrusted by the Commission.

TRANSIENT

UNICO.-This Regulation shall enter into force from the date of its approval by the General Assembly of the Institute.-The President of the General Assembly, Bernardo Quintana.-Heading.-The Director General, Jesús Silva-Herzog F.- Heading.-The Secretary of the General Assembly, Roberto Molina-Pasquel H.-Rubrica.