OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
“YOUTH EUROPEAN SOCIETY”
Adopted in the Constituent Assembly, held in the town. Blagoevgrad year 02/20/2015
- GENERAL PROVISIONS
Art. 1. (1) The organization is a legal entity separate from its members, incorporated pursuant to Law for Non-profit Charter and decisions of the Constituent Assembly.
(2) The Organization is responsible for its obligations with its property.
(3) Members of the organization are not liable for the obligations of the organization.
(4) Members are responsible for payment of membership fees.
Art. 2. (1) The name of the organization is “Mladezhko evropeisko obshtestvo” which can be further displayed in English in the following way “Youth European Society”, with the following abbreviation “YES”.
(2) The name of the organization, together with an indication of the seat, address the court, where the organization is registered and the number of court registration and BULSTAT must be indicated in correspondence of the organization.
(3) The name of the branches of the organization is formed as to the name of the organization is added the word “branch” and the place where the headquarters of the branch. To the name of the branch can be added and an indication of its activity.
Seat and address of management
Art. 3. The registered office and address of the organization are: c. Blagoevgrad, pk 2700, str. “Peter Zografski” № 6, ent. B, et. 6, ap. 11.
Art. 4. The Organization is not limited by time or other termination condition.
Determination of activity
Art. 5. The organization is defined as an organization to operate in the public interest.
Main objectives of the organization
Art. 6. The Organization was established to achieve the following objectives: to represent and defend the interests of young people; to encourage dialogue between young people in the Republic of Bulgaria, Member States and candidate countries of the European Union to engage their attention to the idea of a united Europe and building a European identity; to be a major factor in building and information of educated youth motivated to be an important factor in the development of civil society and an active part of the process of decision-making in the country; to stimulate mobility in and outside the Republic of Bulgaria, informal education and intercultural dialogue; to promote employment and inclusion of all young people, regardless of what their educational level and social and cultural background; attracting new members among motivated young people to the goals of the organization; to promote solidarity, tolerance and gender equality among the young generation, as well as to encouraging tolerance between the generations; to promote the exchange of ideas and experiences, mutual understanding, and equal opportunities for young people; to promote healthy lifestyles and increase the interest of society to active sports; to create conditions for inclusion of young people in society and formed active citizenship.
Means of achieving the objectives of the organization
Art. 7. (1) To achieve its objectives the organization cooperates with companies, other non-profit organizations, organizations and institutions as well as central and local authorities develop and implement projects.
(2) To achieve its objectives the organization can participate in Bulgarian and international organizations to associate.
(3) The organization of seminars, conferences and other events on issues related to the objectives of the Organization;
(4) Establishing and maintaining contacts with Bulgarian and international organizations to partnership with them and exchange of experience;
(5) Cooperation with local and international organizations with similar aims and objectives;
(6) Collection and processing of information relating to possible programs and projects in which members of the organization could be involved in order to improve the competitiveness of young people in the labor market through practical work experience;
(7) Determination of possible funding programs;
(8) Organization and conducting various campaigns to recruit new members of the Organization;
(9) Conducting information campaigns on a healthy lifestyle and organizing sports competitions and events;
Membership rights and obligations
Art. 8. (1) Membership in the organization is voluntary. Members can be individuals and legal entities.
(2) A member of the organization can be any legal entity which shares the objectives of the organization and the means for their achievement, observes its rules and regularly paying its dues.
(3) A member of the organization can be any adult person who shares the objectives of the organization and the means for their achievement, observes its rules and regularly paying its dues.
Art. 9. Each member of the organization has the right:
- participate in the activities of the organization and the work of the General Assembly;
- To be elected in his government;
- To supervise the work of the organization and the management bodies;
- To be informed about the activities of the organization;
- to use the property of the organization and the results of its operations.
Art. 10. Each member of the organization is obliged:
- to submit monthly membership fee;
- to comply with the Articles of Organization and to work towards achieving its goals;
- to work to increase the organization’s property and raise its public credibility.
Art. 11. The rights and obligations are non-transferable and do not pass on to others in the event of death or termination of membership. The exercise of membership rights can be granted to another person by proxy by proxy with notarized signature.
Acquisition of membership
Art. 12. Members of the Organization shall be adopted by the Management Board, applicants submit a written request to him to the effect that they accept this Statute. Board examines the application within one month and accepts or rejects the application. Members shall be admitted by open vote and a simple majority.
Termination of Membership
Art. 13. (1) Membership shall be terminated:
- unilateral statement to the organization;
- death or judicial disability;
- The termination of the legal entity – member of the organization;
- in case.
(2) Upon termination of membership, the economic relations between the former member or his successors and organization are settled after the adoption of the annual financial report of the General Assembly. In the case of outstanding obligations of the former member of the organization is carried out by offsetting claims by the organization. Determining the amount of the claim shall proceed in accordance with Art. 49, para. 3 of this Statute.
(3) The decision on expulsion shall be taken by the Governing Council of the Organization in the presence of a fault, making further membership incompatible. The decision can be appealed to the General Assembly.
(4) Cancellation of membership occurs when there is a systematic non-payment of dues and non-participation in the activities of the organization. Dropping out is found by the Board of documents and duly decision to terminate membership.
Property. Spending on property
Art. 14. (1) The property of the organization consists of the right of ownership and other real rights in fixed and current assets, property contributions by members, claims and other rights according to the current regulations.
(2) The Organization can spend property for carrying out activities aimed at achieving its objectives.
(3) In other cases, the cost of the property shall apply the provisions of art. 41 NPLEA.
Sources of funds of the organization
Art. 15. The funds shall be raised from:
- membership dues;
- voluntary contributions, donations, bequests, sponsorships;
- The target fund of the organization;
- The management of own properties;
- interest on bank accounts of the organization;
- self-financing activity of the statutes;
- advertising revenue;
- development and implementation of projects;
Art. 16. (1) The organization carries out activities related to its objects and activities: Organize and conduct workshops, conferences and other events on issues related to the objectives of the organization; establish and maintain contacts with Bulgarian and international organizations for partnership and exchange of experience; cooperating with local and international organizations with similar aims and objectives; collect and process information relating to possible programs and projects in which members of the organization and the organization could participate in order to improve the competitiveness of young people in the labor market through practical work experience; Management of funding programs for young people; organizing and conducting various campaigns, conducting information campaigns on a healthy lifestyle and organizing sports competitions and events.
Art. 17. In case of loss according to the annual balance sheet the General Assembly can decide on their coverage through additional contributions from members of the organization. The decision is taken by a majority of 50 percent plus one vote of all members of the organization.
Bodies of the organization
Art. 18. The bodies of the organization are the General Assembly and the Board.
Members of the General Assembly
Art. 19. The General Assembly all members of the organization. Organization members participate in the General Meeting personally or by proxy.
Art. 20. (1) Chlenovete- entities are represented in the General Assembly by their legal representatives or by explicitly authorized person.
(2) The attorney of a natural or legal person can only be a natural person.
(3) The warrants shall be issued specifically for participation in the General Assembly, as may be issued for a limited or unlimited number of meetings.
(4) The representatives not authorize their rights to third parties.
(5) The representatives can represent only one member of the General Assembly.
Competence of the General Assembly
Art. 21. (1) The General Assembly:
- amend the statutes;
- adopt other internal acts;
- elect and dismiss members of the Management Board;
- To decide on opening and closing of branches;
- decide on participation in other organizations;
- deciding on transformation or termination of the organization;
- adopt guidelines and program activities of the organization;
- adopt the budget of the organization;
- Decide on the amount of the membership fee or property contributions;
- accepts the Report of the Management Board and discharge the members of the Board;
- decide on the acquisition, alienation and encumbrance of real estate and establishment of property rights, as well as renting them for a period exceeding one year;
- determine the order and organize the activities of the organization;
- revoke the decisions of other organs of the Organization, contrary to the law, the Statute or other internal acts regulating the activities of the organization;
(2) The rights under par. 1, p. 1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 13 can not be assigned to other bodies of the organization.
(3) Decisions of the General Assembly are binding for the other bodies of the organization.
(4) Decisions of the General Meeting shall be subject to judicial control concerning their legality and compliance with the statutes.
(5) The decisions of the organs of the organization which were taken contrary to law, statute or a previous decision of the General Assembly may be challenged before the general meeting at the request of the members of the organization or its body made within one month of learning but no later than one year from the date of the decision.
(6) Disputes under par. 4 can be brought before the court of registration of the organization of any member of the organization or his body or by the prosecutor within one month of becoming aware of them, but not later than one year from the date of the decision.
Holding General Assembly
Art. 22. (1) The General Meeting shall be held at least once godishno- General Meeting. The first general meeting may be held no later than 12 / twelve / months after the establishment of the organization.
(2) The General Assembly may be convened at any time by Soviet Management as Extraordinary General Meeting.
Convening of the General Meeting
Art. 23. (1) The General Assembly is convened by the Board. It may be convened at the request of 1/3 (one third) of the members of the organization.
(2) If, in case of request of 1/3 (one third) of the members of the Organization for convening the General Meeting, the Board within two weeks does not send a written notice convening a General Meeting shall be convened by the court at the seat of Organization upon written request of the interested members or a person.
(3) The convocation is done by written notice received by all members of the organization at least 7 (seven) days before the meeting date.
(4) The invitation contains the agenda of the issues proposed for discussion, proposals for solutions, the date, time and place of the General Assembly and on whose initiative it is convened.
Right to information
Art. 24. The written materials related to the agenda of the General Meeting shall be made available to members at the headquarters of the Organization no later than the date of publication or the invitation to the General Meeting. They shall be given to every member free.
List of participants
Art. 25. (1) At the meeting of the General Assembly to draw up a list of members present or their representatives. Members and representatives certify their presence by signing and identity. The list shall be authenticated by the Chairman and Secretary of the General Assembly.
(2) The list in the preceding paragraph shall include members who have announced their presence to the time of the first vote after the establishment of a quorum.
Art. 26. (1) The General Assembly may sit if appeared members representing more than half of all members.
(2) In the absence of a quorum, the Management Board shall convene a new session one hour later at the same place and the same agenda regardless of the number of members.
(3) At a meeting of the General Assembly at etc. “Flip quorum” shall have regard to the provisions of Art. 29, para. 2 and par. 3 of the Statute.
Art. 27. All members are entitled to one vote.
Conflict of interests
Art. 28. Members of the organization or his representative can not vote for:
- claims against it;
- The action or failure to act to realize the liability of the organization;
- in resolving issues relating to him, his wife or relatives in a straight line- without limitation, collateral line- up to the fourth degree, or svatovstvo- to the second degree.
Art. 29. (1) The General Meeting shall be adopted by a majority of those present.
(2) Decisions of art. 21, para. 1 pt. 1 and pt. 6 of the Statute requires a 2/3 majority of those present.
Art. 30. (1) The General Assembly may adopt resolutions on matters that were not published in the invitation.
(2) The General Assembly shall take effect immediately, unless their effect is delayed or if the law they enter into force after publication.
Art. 31. (1) The General Meeting is kept in a special book. The minutes are kept as required by law.
(2) The minutes of the General Meeting shall be signed by the chairman and secretary of the meeting and by the tellers. Protocols apply to a list of attendees and documents relating to the convening of the General Assembly.
(3) Each member present at the General Meeting has the right to request and monitor the accurate recording of the decisions in the report.
Art. 32. (1) The Organization is governed by a Board. The Management Board shall elect a Chairman who represents the Organization before third parties in the country and abroad, organize and direct the activities of the Board and its meetings.
(2) Board members elected by the General Assembly for a term of 5 (five) years.
(3) The Management Board consists of 7 (seven) members, who are members of the organization.
(4) Member of the Management Board may be a legal entity and member of the organization, such as the meetings of the Board shall be represented by its legal representative or explicitly authorized individual.
(5) The first board determined in the founding protocol composed of seven members, with a term of five years.
(6) Board members may be reappointed without limitation.
(7) By decision of the general meeting of the board functions can be performed by a single entity which governor.
Art. 33. (1) Board members or individuals who represent legal entities, members of the board must:
1. have a permanent residence in the country;
2. have appropriate professional qualifications and experience;
3. not have been sentenced to imprisonment for deliberate indictable offense.
Rights and obligations of the Board, President, Vice-President and Secretary
Art. 34. (1). Management Board:
1. represent the Organization and determine the extent of representative power of its individual members;
2. ensure that the decisions of the General Assembly;
3. dispose of the property of the organization in compliance with the statutes;
4. Prepares and submits to the General Assembly a draft budget;
5. prepare and submit to the General Assembly a report on the activities of the organization;
6. determine the order and organize the activities of the organization, including the common benefit, and is responsible for this;
7. determine the address of the organization;
8. take decisions on all matters which by law or the statutes do not belong to the rights of another body;
9. fulfill the obligations stipulated in the statutes.
(2) Members of the Board have equal rights and obligations regardless of the internal distribution of functions between the members and the decisions with which the right of control of the executive members.
(3) Members of the Board are obliged to fulfill their duties in the interest of the Organization and to keep the secrets of the organization and after they cease to be members of the council.
(4) The Management Board shall adopt rules of procedure and elect a chairman and two deputy chairmen from its members.
(5) The Board shall hold regular meetings at least once every three months to discuss the status and development of the organization.
(6) Each member of the Board may request the President to convene a meeting to discuss particular issues.
(7) The Board ensures the protection of the property of the organization.
(8) The Management Board shall adopt the organizational and management structure, procedures for appointment and dismissal of personnel, the salaries and other internal rules of the organization.
(9) The Board shall prepare and submit to the General Assembly a report on the activities of the organization.
(10) The Management Board shall prepare and submit to the General Assembly a draft budget.
(11) The Board shall ensure that the decisions of the General Assembly.
(12) The Board shall consider and decide all other matters except those within the competence of the General Assembly.
Art. 34. (1) The Chairman of the Management Board represents the Management Board and the Organization as it engages with his signature.
(2) The Chairman of the Board:
a) manage the overall activity in the implementation of the decisions of the General Assembly and Board of Directors;
b) manages the operations of the organization and coordinates overall activities;
c) prepare and submit to the Organization a draft program of activities of the organization, which is periodically updated by the Board;
d) prepare and submit to the General Assembly a report on activities of the organization during the reporting period that begins on 1 January and ends on 31 December of the year;
e) convene meetings of the Governing Board;
f) approve the rules for competition, instructions, programs, establishment-official roster of staff and other acts related to the activities of the organization;
g) resolve other issues related to the activities assigned by the General Assembly, the Statute and the Management Board.
Art. 34b. (1) The Vice-Chairman of the Board replaces the President in his absence.
(2) The Deputy predsedyatelya can perform other tasks assigned by the board.
Art. 34c. Secretary of the Management Board shall assist the President and Vice-President of the Management Board in organizing and coordinating the overall activities of the organization as well as ensuring the implementation of decisions of the organs of the organization.
Quorum and Majority
Art. 35. (1) The Management Board can decide if more than half the members of the Board in person or represented by another member of the council. No director may represent more than one absent.
(2) Decisions shall be taken by a majority of those present.
(3) The Board may take decisions without a meeting if all members have been informed in writing of this vote and none opposed. Any member, wherewith a bilateral telephone or other connection, ensuring the identification and allowing participation in the discussion and decision making. The vote of this Article shall be certified in the minutes by the President.
(4) Except where expressly referred to in this Statute, the Governing Council decided unanimously to:
1. significant change in the activity of the organization;
2. significant organizational changes;
3. long-term cooperation essential for the organization or the termination of such cooperation;
4. The decision on the proposal before the General Assembly for the establishment of a branch.
Art. 36. The Management Board is obliged to prepare the foreseen in the Law on Accountancy activities of the organization in accordance with the principles of transparency, reliability and timeliness.
Responsibility of board members
Art. 37. (1) Members of the Board are jointly responsible for their actions, which harm the interests of the organization and give guarantee for their management.
(2) Each member of the Board may be relieved of liability if it is found not guilty for the damage.
V. ANNUAL ACCOUNTS
Documents annual closure
Art. 40. Every year until the end of February, the Management Board shall draw up for the past calendar year annual financial statements and management report and submit them to an independent audit under the Accounting Act.
Contents of the activity report
Art. 41. In the activity report describes the progress of the activity and status of the organization and explains the annual financial statements.
Appointment of independent auditors
Art. 42. (1) Where the law requires a mandatory independent audit of Statutory Auditors shall be determined by the General Assembly.
(2) When the General Assembly has chosen registered auditor until the end of the calendar year, it is appointed by the Board.
Adoption of the annual closure
Art. 43. The annual financial statements, the report and the report of the auditor shall be adopted by the Management Board and then submitted for debate for the purpose of convening a General Meeting.
Mandatory reporting information
Art. 44. In accordance with the Accounting Act, the organization will prepare accounting information in accordance with the principles of transparency, reliability and timeliness.
Art. 45. The Organization does not distribute profit.
Books of the organization
Art. 46. (1) The meetings of the General Assembly and the Management Board shall be kept, which reflect the discussions, proposals and statements and decisions. The minutes shall be certified by the signatures of the president of the Authority and the recorder and bound in special books. The books are kept by the president of the authority. Organization members and members of the Board can examine the contents of the protocol books and receive copies or extracts of the minutes. Chairman of the meeting of the corporate body and the person making the record, responsible for certifying the accuracy of its content.
(2) The Organization keeps a book of its members, in which the names and addresses of all members, PIN, profession and as the name, registered office and address of management, and data for the registration with the competent registry and UIC members – legal entities.
(3) The legal entity with non-profit public benefit report on its activities annually, which should contain:
1. implemented activities, funds spent on them, their relationship with the objectives and programs of the organization and performance;
2. the amount of donated property and income from other activities to raise funds;
3. The type, size, value and purpose of donations received and granted, as well as data about donors;
4. The financial result.
(4) The annual report and financial statements of the entity non-profit public benefit is submitted on paper or electronically. They are public and are published in the newsletter and the website of the central register.
- TERMINATION AND LIQUIDATION
Grounds for Termination
Art. 48. The Company shall be terminated:
1. The decision of the General Assembly;
2. If it is declared bankrupt;
3. a decision of the district court of the organization in the event of NPLEA;
Art. 49. (1) Upon termination of the organization shall be liquidated, unless the conversion of the organization.
(2) The liquidation is carried out by the Management Board of the organization. It performs actions envisaged law on liquidation of the organization, cashing its property and satisfaction of creditors of the organization.
(3) The liquidator is obliged if possible to satisfy the creditors of the entity non-profit public benefit of cash, and if nevazmozhno- by cashing first the movable, then the property of a non-profit purpose.
(4) The property can not be transferred in any way to:
1. The founding members and current and former members;
2. persons who have been members of its bodies and employees;
3. liquidators except remuneration due;
4. The spouses of persons under p. 1-3;
5. relatives of the persons under p. 1-3 in a straight line- without limitation, collateral line- up to the fourth degree, or svatovstvo- to the second degree;
6. legal entities in which the persons under p. 1-5 are managers or can impose or block decision-making.
(5) The assets remaining after satisfaction of creditors is granted by a court decision on legal non-profit entity, established for the public benefit with the same or similar profit if the order of its distribution is not covered by statutes or instrument .
(6) If the property is not provided under Para. 5, it is submitted to the municipality where the headquarters of the terminated legal non-profit entity. The municipality is obliged to provide the property to perform as close as possible to the purpose of the terminated legal entity non-profit public benefit.
TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS
Art. 50. Amendments to this Constitution may be carried out under specified therein and the Law on non-profit purpose.
Art. 51. As regards the interpretation or application of the provisions of this Statute shall apply to the general Bulgarian legislation and the provisions of the non-profit purpose.
Art. 52. The Organization has a seal.