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The Assembly of Delegates is the SIG’s supreme decision-making body. The delegates of the SIG’s member communities decide on statutory business and resolutions and elect the members of various SIG bodies.
The Assembly of Delegates (DV) is made up of the delegates representing the individual member communities. Each community is entitled to a certain number of delegate votes in line with its number of members. The regular DV convenes once a year and has the competences specified in the Swiss Civil Code and the SIG’s Articles of Association. The delegates decide in particular on the annual report, the annual accounts, the amount of the membership fee, the levying of extraordinary contributions, the election of members to the SIG’s organisational bodies, the admission and exclusion of member communities and changes to the Articles of Association. Moreover, the DV decides on motions put forward by the SIG’s bodies or members, and takes note of the budget.
Please note that the DV reports are available in German and French only. You can select your preferred language version on the website.