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STATUTES OF BALKAN KARATE FEDERATION
The following rules concern the interpretation of this Statutes:
Terms and abbreviations to be used hereafter for simplification and clarification:
- F.B.K. - Federation Balkan Karate (A Union of the national karate federations of the Balkan countries for co-ordination of their joint efforts in achieving a better and further promotion of the karate sport in the Balkan region.)
- The headquarters of the F.B.K. is Athens,Greece. Transfer possible upon decision of the Executive Committee of the F.B.K.
- The F.B.K. Executive Committee (E.C.) is composed of : the President and five (5) to eleven (11) members, according to the number of the F.B.K. countries members that are determined each time by the Congress meeting of the F.B.K. countries members. After its members have been elected by the FBK Countries - members according to the procedure provided by the statutes, the E.C. is formed to body and elects at least three (3) Vice-Presidents from its members. Each F.B.K. country member is represented in the E.C. by one person.
Statutes - Statutes of the Federation Balkan Karate.
President - President of the Federation Balkan Karate.
The president has the responsibility of the Secretariat.
Vice-Presidents - Vice President of the Federation Balkan Karate.
Executive Committee (E.C.) Members – E.C. Member of the F.B.K.
Federation or Association - Each national karate federation or association recognised by World Karate Federation (W.K.F.).
Host federation - the federation organising official event of the Federation Balkan Karate.
I. STRUCTURE, OBJECTS AND AIMS OF THE BALKAN FEDERATION
Article 1. The Balkan Federation comprises the representatives of the karate federation of the Balkan region. Its objects are to co-ordinate and develop the friendly relations among them and promote a true spirit of mutual understanding, equality and fair-play among the Balkan countries and ensure further development of the karate sports in these countries.
Any Balkan country giving guarantee that will ensure the free participation of all countries on its territory shall be entitled to organise Balkan Championships.
Article 2. The Balkan Federation has its own flag, emblem and stamp.
Article 3. English is the official language for all correspondence and documents. A country hosting any event may use as well French and its own language as official languages.
The host federation shall ensure an interpreter for each delegation for the whole duration of the stay during the event.
Article 4. The Balkan Federation shall undertake activities aiming the implementation of the objects and tasks set in this Statutes, the World Karate Federation (W.K.F.) and European Karate Federation (E.K.F.) regulations and the agreements of the ministers of sports, their official representatives and the sports authorities of the Balkan countries.
Objects and aims:
- organisation of Balkan Karate Championships and other international events.
- strengthening the exchange of experience among the Balkan federations members.
- fostering the friendly relations, co-operation and cultural relations among the Balkan countries.
- furthering the promotion of the sport activities on the Balkan peninsula and make contribution towards world peace.
- not to allow any political, racial or religious discrimination use of doping or any other contradicting the spirit of friendship, mutual understanding and the Olympic ideal.
- to ensure a better coverage of the Balkan Championships by the mass media;
- to ensure better social activities during the Balkan Championships;
- to encourage the widening of the sport contacts among the Balkan countries from the other regions, unions and continents.
II. BALKAN CONGRESS - authority, representation and duties
Article 5. The Balkan Congress consists of not more than 1 delegate with one vote from each of the Balkan national federations.
Article 6. The Balkan Congress elects the Balkan Executive Committee and the Balkan Federation President with a separate vote.
Article 7. The Balkan Congress is held every year at the place and time of the Balkan Senior Championships or extraordinarily whenever the E.C. thinks it is necessary .
Article 8. The Balkan Congress is presided over by the President of the E.C. or in his absence by the Vice-Presidents in order of priority .
Article 9. The Balkan Congress approves the competition program and ensures the observance of the Balkan Statutes and the W.K.F. and E.K.F. technical regulations.
The Balkan Congress takes decision by vote regarding changes of the Statutes and other issues by majority of 50% plus 1 of the present members. Each federation is entitled to one vote. In case of equality the President of the Directing Committee has a decisive vote.
Article 10. The Balkan Congress awards the title Honorary member and gives a diploma.
Article 11. The minutes of the Balkan Congress shall be circulated to the national federation three months after its convention at the latest and shall be approved at the next convention.
III. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (E.C.)
Article 12. The Executive Committee consists of one representative of each national federation and has a four years term of office. All the regulations concerning the Executive Committee members which are included in the W.K.F. statutes are also in force in F.B.K. statutes.
Article 13. The Executive Committee elects the Vice-Presidents from among its members for a four year term of office.Particularely for the President of F.B.K. Executive Committee are in force the regulations which are included in the respective articles of the World Karate Federation statutes.
Article 14. The members of the Executive Committee and the President may be elected for more than one term of office.
Article 15. The newly elected bodies start functioning immediately after the Balkan Congress.
IV. BALKAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
Article 16. The Balkan Championships for seniors, junior-cadets and children are organised every year.
Article 17. The Balkan Championships shall be conducted if at least three (3) federations are participating. Special efforts shall be made by the national federations – members of F.B.K. to ensure the participation of the best teams in the Balkan Championships.
Article 18. The kata competition may be organised at the same place and time with the kumite competitions or separately with regard to the place and the dates.
Article 19. The kata and kumite competitions are held within 2 - 3 days.
Article 20. The Balkan Executive Committee recommend the Balkan Championships to be held at central regions so that the sports delegations face no difficulty in going to the championships.
Article 21. The host country can prepare badges, posters, diplomas and other materials with the logo of F.B.K.
Article 22. A. Kata - compulsory kata in accordance with the W.K.F. regulations.
B. Kata - team event in accordance with the W.K.F. requirements.
Article 23. The age of the participants in the Balkan championships is determined in accordance with the W.K.F. and E.K.F. Technical Regulations. For the children championships by decisions of the F.B.K. Executive Committee.
Article 24. Kata - kumite shall be evaluated in accordance with the W.K.F. Regulations.
Article 25. The decisions of the judges are final and no country may contest them.
a/ no country may select a judge;
b/ each year the judges board publishes a list of the international judges (referees);
c/ the F.B.K. judges are dressed in the standard W.K.F. uniform.
Article 26. The participating (visiting) country ensures up to 3 judges for the Balkan Championships, whose accommodation and board expenses will be covered by the host country.
a/ the host country - no limits in the number of referees;
b/ it is recommended the host country to ensure neutral judges.
Article 27. The Executive Committee shall arrange a judging and medical seminars prior to the Balkan Championships.
Article 28. The host country shall provide and arrange the following:
a/ permanent medical services.
b/ medical examination and check-up of the insurance of the participants prior to the competitions.
c/ first aid and ambulance services during the days of the tournament - the exact number to be determined by the number of the competition tatamis.
d/ doping test control of the winners of the first places.
CLASSIFICATION AND PRIZES
Article 29. The awarding ceremony is conducted in accordance with the W.K.F. regulations.
CEREMONIES - PROTOCOL
Article 30. The Balkan Championships is opened by a ceremony comprising parade of the participants bearing the national flag of the respective country. The flag of the Balkan Federation and the host country shall be hoisted and the anthem of the host country played.
Welcome addresses shall be delivered by a representative of the host country and a representative of the Balkan Federation.
At the closing ceremony the flag of F.B.K. will be handed over to a representative of the federation hosting the next Balkan Championships. All participants shall attend the opening and closing ceremonies.
Article 31. At the medal awarding ceremony for kata and kumite individual and teams events, the winner's national anthem will be played and at the same time the national flags of the winner, runners-up and bronze medallists shall be raised .
Article 32. The Federation organising the Balkan Championships prepares the protocol of the competition programme on the basis of the Statutes and the decisions of the Balkan Committee at least 3 months before the date of the competitions.
Article 33. The deadline for the preliminary entries in the Balkan Championships is at least 3 months before the championships and for nominative entries at least 15 days before the competitions.
FINANCIAL CONDITIONS AND FACILITIES
Article 34. The Balkan Championships shall be organised by each of the national federations members of the F.B.K. on the basis of rotation and reciprocity if possible and always in accordance with the E.C. decision.
Article 35. The participating federations-members of the F.B.K. cover their travel expenses.
Article 36. The staying expenses of the delegations (board and lodging) are born by the participating countries-members of the F.B.K.
Article 37. The President, the Vice-Presidents and the members of the E.C. of the Balkan Federation along with Chairmen of the various committees are invited to the Balkan Championship regardless the delegations of the participating federations and their expenses for accommodation and board are born by the organising federation.
The organisers may invite at their own expense the honorary members of W.K.F. and E.K.F.
Article 38. The television and advertising rights are property of the organising country.
Article 39. The organising federations shall provide the following for the smooth running of the event:
- indoors sport hall meeting the requirements for international competitions equipped with tatamis approved by the W.K.F.
- suitable conference rooms for holding the Balkan Congress, the E.C. and the meetings of the several committees.
- a copy of the competition lists after each day and a complete bulletin at the end of the championships to each team.
- the host country publishes information bulletin during the running of the event.
- full protections & security for all the participants.
V. GENERAL REGULATIONS
Article 40. All matters not covered in the present Statutes are settled in accordance with the Statutes and the Technical Regulations of the W.K.F. or the decisions of the Balkan E.C.
Article 41. For the better quality of the services of the Balkan Federation, there will be constructed two (2) commissions with specific tasks.
1. Referee Commission. It will be consist of one referee-judge (in preference an international one) from every country. It will have its own Chairman who will chair its meetings and a Secretary who keeps the minutes of these meetings.
Its task will be the development of the Refereeing level by organising seminars, examinations, for the organisation of the Referees in different levels, publishing the annual Register of the official Balkan Referees and report for valuating the work done by the Referees.
2. Technical Commission. It will be consist of one person from every country. It will have each one Chairman who will chair its meetings and a Secretary who keeps the minutes of these meetings.
Its task shall be the development of the Karate standards, and communicate with the corresponding international organisation where its members belong. It will be responsible for publishing books and written material for educational purposes and make proposals that promote the quality of Karate tournaments.
3. The duration of the Commissions is equal to that of the Executive Committee, which, though, has the power to change these Commissions whenever the E.C. considers it necessary.
4. The E.C. has the possibility to also form other committees by its decision whenever the E.C. considers it necessary.
These Statutes are approved by the Congress of the Federation Balkan Karate on Thursday 23 of October 2010.
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Ispitivača Karate saveza BiH za period 2010. – 2012. godine
1. Ćupina Suad 8. DAN K.K. «Bosna» - Sarajevo
2. Klepić Zdenko 6.DAN K.K.“ Neretva „ Mostar -
3. Klepić Miroslav 6. DAN K.K.“Neretva“ Mostar -
4. Honing Miran 6. DAN K.K. «Energija» - Banja Luka
5. Kremenović Miroljub 6. DAN K.K. «Sinñelić» - Banja Luka
6. Marić Miroslav 6. DAN K.K. «Sinñelić» - Banja Luka
7. Ćupina Faruk 5.DAN K.K.“ Student“ - Mostar
8. Ćurović Memsur 5. DAN K.K. «Holiday» - Goražde
9. Muslić Nijaz 5. DAN K.K. «Bihać» - Bihać
10. Potur Ramiz 5. DAN K.K. «Ilidža» - Ilidža
11. Selman Fikret 5. DAN K.K. «Tuzla-Sinbra» - Tuzla
12. Sipović Zijad 5. DAN K.K. «Ippon» - Sarajevo
13. Tihak Rašid 5. DAN K.K. «Bugojno» - Bugojno
14. Tirić-Čampara Merita 5. DAN K.K. «Sensei» - Sarajevo
15. Topalović Željko 5. DAN K.K. «Vitez» - Vitez
16. Arnautović Adnan 4. DAN K.K. «Travnik» - Travnik
17. Babić Nermin 4. DAN K.K. «Bihać» - Bihać
18. Buća Raif 4. DAN K.K. «Rašid Buća» - Ilijaš
19. Dević Nebojša 4.DAN K.K. «Sinñelić» - Banja Luka
20. Drakovac Mufid 4. DAN K.K. «Kapiten» - Ilidža
21. Drndarević Miroslav 4. DAN K.K. «Sinñelić» - Banja Luka
22. Huzejrović Husein 4. DAN K.K. «Bihać» - Bihać
23. Jusko Ismir 4. DAN K.K. «Bushido» -Sarajevo
24. Kovač Mirza 4. DAN K.K. «Mladost» - Zenica
25. Martinović Mirko 4. DAN K.K. «Banja Luka» - Banja Luka
26. Mičivoda Ramiz 4. DAN K.K. «Goražde» - Goražde
27. Muhović Denis 4. DAN K.K. «Champion» - Sarajevo
28. Muminović Admir 4. DAN K.K. «Bushido» - Sarajevo
29. Skenderović Isat 4. DAN K.K. «Samuraj»- Sarajevo
30. Tabaković Omer 4. DAN K.K. «Travnik» - Travnik
31. Aitidir Mustafa 3. DAN K.K. «Mojmilo» - Sarajevo
32. Arifović Mustafa 3. DAN K.K. «Srebrenik» - Srebrenik
33. Beganović Ferid 3. DAN K.K. «Sloga» - Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje
34. Begić Mujo 3. DAN K.K. «Feniks» -Bosanska Krupa
35. Bitić Sulejman 3. DAN K.K. «Sakib Bitić» - Kakanj
36. Blagojević Nedeljko 3. DAN K.K. «Student» - Banja Luka
37. Ćupina Admir 3. DAN K.K. «Bosna» - Sarajevo
38. Ćupina Sead 3. DAN K.K. «Bosna» - Sarajevo
39. Ferhatbegović Dizdarević Lejla 3. DAN K.K. «Tuzla-Sinbra» - Tuzla
40. Gogić Jasmin 3. DAN K.K. «Novi Grad» - Sarajevo
41. Hadžić Adnan 3. DAN K.K. «Bosna» - Sarajevo
42. Halilović Edhem 3. DAN K.K. «Doboj Istok» - Doboj Istok b
43. Halilović Velija 3. DAN K.K. «Bošnjak» - Konjic
44. Husanović Muhamed 3. DAN K.K. «Sloboda» - Tuzla
45. Kalušić Arnel 3. DAN K.K. «Internacional» - Zenica
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