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8.- Secretary General
8.1    The Secretary General is appointed by the Executive Board and is accountable to the Executive Board. The position of the Secretary General shall be independent against the activities of an arbitrator or the work of an arbitrator generally, whether in Cambodia or abroad. For the avoidance of doubt, the Secretary General shall not directly or indirectly engage in any work as an arbitrator or in any capacity in the arbitration proceedings, whether in Cambodia or abroad, while serving as the Secretary General.

8.2    The roles and functions of the Secretary General shall include any or all of the items set out in the Internal Rules or any additional rules as set forth by the Executive Board from time to time. The qualifications of the Secretary General shall be determined by the Executive Board from time to time.

8.3    In managing the General Secretariat of the NCAC, the Secretary General shall ensure that:
     a-   the financial accounting system of the NCAC is established in conformity
            with the applicable laws and regulations;
     b-  recruitment of staff for the NCAC is in conformity with the applicable laws
          and regulations;
     c-  all material activities of the NCAC, as may be determined by the Executive
           Board from time to time, is regularly reported to the Executive Board; and
     d-  all expenditures incurred and any obligation or agreement entered into by
           the NCAC is in compliance with the applicable laws and regulations, the
           Internal Rules and his/her roles and duties.

8.4    The Secretary General may be dismissed by the Executive Board for any of the following reasons:
     a-  failure to implement, meet and achieve the NCAC’s goals and objectives
           or the policies set by the Executive Board;
     b-  conducting activities or having any financial or legal interests, or political
           or social affiliations that could discredit or impair the integrity of the NCAC
           and this extends to activities of 6 (six) degrees of relatives by
           consanguinity, spouse and 3 (three) degrees of relatives by affinityand
           business associates of the Secretary General;
     c-  acceptance of any position or appointment (whether political or otherwise),
           remuneration or title that would give the impression of impropriety or
           impairing his/her roles and performance or the integrity of the NCAC; or
     d-  any misconduct, including but not limited to, involvement in bribery,
           corruption,
           misappropriation, mismanagement or nepotism.
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