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24.- Meetings of the General Assembly
24.1    An annualGeneral Assembly meeting shall beheld once every year (the “Annual General Assembly Meeting”) in the first quarter of each calendar year, on a date as may be determined or varied by the Executive Board from time to time. The notice of the Annual General Assembly Meeting, including the date, the time, the venue and the agenda of the meeting, shall be given to all members of the NCACentitled to vote at least 30 (thirty) calendar days prior to the date of the meeting.

24.2    The chairman of the Executive Board (the “Chairman”) or a majority of the members of the Executive Board can proposethat an extraordinary meeting of the General Assembly to be heldan extraordinary general assembly meeting (the “Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting”).Upon such proposal, the Chairman of the Executive Board shall give notice of the Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting, including the date, the time, the venue and the agenda of the meeting, to allmembers of the NCACentitled to vote at least 10 (ten) calendar days prior to the meeting. If the Chairman of the Executive Board does not convene the Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting within 90 (ninety) calendar days after the date of receipt of the proposal referred above, the members of the Executive Board who call for the Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting may hold the Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting after giving 30 (thirty) calendar days’ notice, including the date, the time, the venue and the agenda of the meeting, to all members of theNCACentitled to vote. The notice and agenda shall also be posted on the information board of the NCAC, the NCAC website, or conveyed by any other means as the Executive Board deems appropriate under such circumstances.

24.3    Meetings of the General Assembly shall be chaired by the Chairman of the Executive Board or, in his or her absence, by the Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board.
    
24.4    Any documents pertaining to items mentioned in the agenda for a meeting of the General Assembly shall be sent to all members of theNCAC entitled to vote at least 15 (fifteen) calendar days prior to the date of that meeting.Meetings of the General Assembly shall only be attended by those members of the NCACentitled to vote and the Secretary General. Each member of theNCAC entitled to vote shall have 1 (one) vote. The Secretary General shall have the right to speak but not the right to vote. The Secretary General shall leave the meeting if the majority of the members of the NCACentitled to vote who are present, either in person or by proxy, so requests.
The Executive Board may invite 1 (one) or more persons to attend a meeting (or part thereof) for a specific purpose.

24.5    Amember of the NCACwho is entitled to vote butcannot attend a particular meeting of theGeneral Assembly may give a written proxy to another member of theNCACentitled to vote to represent him or her at that meeting and vote in his or her name. Any member ofNCAC entitled to vote can hold a proxy of no more than 1 (one). The proxy shall be mentioned in and attached to the minutes of the meeting.
For the avoidance of doubt, a Legal Entity Member does not have to give a proxy to its representative.

24.6    Quorum for holding a General Assembly shall be the presences of at least 2/3 (two-thirds) of all members of the NCACentitled to vote, in person or by proxy. In the event that the quorum is not met, the meeting shall be adjourned for 14 (fourteen)calendar days at the same time, venue and agenda asthe previous meeting. Quorum for the first adjournment shall be the presences of half (1/2) of all the members of theNCACentitled to vote, in person and by proxy.
In the event that the required quorum at the first adjournment is not met, the meeting shall be adjourned for a further period of 14 (fourteen)calendar days at the same time, venue and agenda of the previous meeting. If the last mentioned quorum is not present, those who are present, in person or by proxy, at the second adjournment of the meeting shall form a quorum.

24.7    All decisions or resolutions of the meetings of theGeneral Assembly shall require a majority votes cast in that meetingof fifty percent plus one (50% +1) for such decision or resolution to be validly adopted.

24.8    Allmembers of the NCACentitled to vote are present in person at any meeting of the General Assemblycan:
      a-    adopt decisions about matters that were not mentioned in the agenda
              for the meeting; and
      b-    adopt decisions even if the meeting has not been properly convened,
             in accordance with the applicable procedures.

24.9    Voting shall take place by secret ballot unless the General Assembly chooses to vote by raising hand. General Assembly’s decision to vote by raising hand shall be made by raising hand.

24.10    The Chairman shall designate at least 1 (one)personfrom those who arepresent at any meeting of the General Assembly or from those who work at the General Secretariat of the NCAC to keep its minutes. Any minutes shall include the date, the time and the venue of the meeting, the names of those present, the proxies and the resolutions or decisions adopted or rejected. The minutes shall alsostate the number of votes for such resolution. The minutes of any meeting shall be signed by the Chairman and the person who keeps the minutes.
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