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2016 FIDE Arbiters’ Commission Councilors’ Meeting

Official FIDE logoThe 2016 FIDE Arbiters’ Commission Councilors’ Meeting will be held in Madrid, in the period 10 to 13 June 2016.

Federations and individuals who are interested to send proposals to be discussed in the Meeting and in the Baku FIDE Congress Arbiters’ Commission Meeting (September 2016) are kindly requested to send them to the FIDE Arbiters’ Commission (Chairman Takis Nikolopoulos, e-mail: takisnik@yahoo.com and Secretary Aris Marghetis, e-mail:arismarghetis@rogers.com), not later than 5 June 2016.

Agenda:

1. IA and FA Title Applications.
– Recommendations for the GA.

2. FA titles from FIDE Arbiters’ Seminars.
– Recommendations for the GA.

3. Anti cheating lectures for Arbiters on Internet
– Reports

4. Amendments of the Regulations.
– Regulations for the titles of Arbiters
– Regulations for the classification of the Arbiters
– Regulations for the training of the Chess Arbiters.
– Anti cheating guidelines for Arbiters

5. Update of the List of Lecturers.
– Recommendations by Federations.

6. Classification of the Arbiters.
– Lists of Arbiters per Categories for approval in the Congress

7. Arbiters’ Magazine.
– Presentation of the third issue.

8. 2016 Arbiters’ Awards
-Nominations

9. FIDE Arbiters’ Commission’s Budget for 2016-2017.

10. 2014 Arbiters’ Manual.
-Corrections and Updates

11. Others

Takis Nikolopoulos
Chairman
FIDE Arbiters’ Commission

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