Today, Tuesday, through visual communication technology, the Extraordinary General Assembly No. 2 of the year 2023 of the Emirates Football Association was held, headed by Abdullah Nasser Al-Junaibi, Acting President of the Federation, and with the participation of members of the Board of Directors and members of the General Assembly, noting that this assembly comes within the framework of preparation for the upcoming general assembly to elect A new board of directors for the Football Association following the resignation of Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi from the presidency of the federation after his appointment as vice president of the National Olympic Committee.
And the Football Association announced in a press statement that during the meeting, some amendments to the statute and the election regulations were approved, and the continuation of work in the judicial and arbitration committees was approved, in addition to an emphasis on ensuring the continuity of work of the elections committee and the elections appeal committee.
During its last meeting, the Football Association decided to hold the general assembly to elect a new board of directors within 90 days, according to the articles of association of the Football Association.
The meeting of the Extraordinary General Assembly began with the Secretary General of the Football Association, Muhammad Hazam Al Dhaheri, reviewing the agenda and calling for attendance in order to ensure the completion of the legal quorum, and the members ratified the agenda.
In his speech during the meeting, Abdullah Nasser Al Junaibi, Acting President of the Federation, thanked the wise leadership for its unlimited support for football and sports in general.
Al Janabi thanked Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi for his efforts during his presidency of the Emirates Football Association, and to Salem Abdullah Al Shamsi, who apologized for completing his work as a member of the Board of Directors, wishing them continued success.
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