Function

Federation’s central executive body function of the organization

Competencies of the central executive body of the Federation include:

  • Ensure the implementation of the main activities of the Federation and its constituent territorial units as defined by the Charter of the Federation and the Conference of the Federation;
  • Development of current and perspective plans of the Federation and introduction of the Federation Council in its discussion;
  • To carry out current oversight of the Federation’s current work plan;
  • Development of the financial plan of the Central Executive Board and inclusion of the Federation Council in the discussion;
  • Establishment of executive apparatus for the protection of consumers’ rights by district (city) societies and their territorial associations and, if necessary, to terminate their activities or  preparation  temporarily stopping the suggestions and Submit to the Federation Council; 
  • Preparation of proposals and proposals on the organization of representative offices and branches of the Federation, Entrepreneurial structures and their appointment and dismissal, as well as participation of the Federation in other enterprises, and submit them to the Federation Council;
  • Preparation of proposals on the distribution of entrance and membership fees, payment of benefits and privileges, as well as the allocation of funds, and submitting for consideration to the Federation Council;
  • Organization of the work of the Federation committees and commissions, as well as expert councils;
  • To notify members of the Federation Council on holding the meeting of the Council;
  • General management, co-ordination and support of the Federation’s Charter of the Federation in the manner prescribed by this Charter and internal regulations;
  • Establishment of qualification attestations of employees of the central and regional executive apparatus of the Federation and making appropriate decisions on their results;
  • Organization and management of business units established under the Federation;
  •  Protecting consumers and Federation interests in government and other organizations and institutions, as well as abroad;
  • Implementing the Charter of the Federation, other powers within the framework of this Charter and the internal regulations of the Federation.
  • Establishment of executive apparatus for the protection of consumers’ rights by district (city) societies and their territorial associations and, if necessary, to terminate their activities or  preparation  temporarily stopping the suggestions and Submit to the Federation Council;