1. The highest authority of the Society is the General Assembly of Members.
2. The Management Board shall convene the General Assembly of Members at least once every 3 years or more, upon the written substantiated request of at least half of the members of the Review Board or at least half of the full members of the Society . The Management Board shall inform all the members of its deadline, place, and agenda by sending invitations at least 14 calendar days before the date of the commencement of the session.
3. All members of the Society , including those in an advisory capacity, supporting and honorary members as well as invited guests, can participate in the General Assembly of Members.
4. The competence of the General Assembly of Members is the following:
a. verifying and approving statements of the Management Board and Review Board for the term of office,
b. adopting the rules of procedure on the deliberations of the General Assembly of Members,
c. granting discharge to the outgoing Management Board,
d. appointing and dismissing members of the Management Board, Review Board, and Disciplinary Board,
e. adopting amendments to the Statute,
f. adopting a resolution on the dissolution of the Society ,
g. processing of appeals against Society’s resolutions brought by members of the Society ; appeals shall be filed in writing via the Management Board within 30 days from the day of adopting the resolution by the Management Board. The appeal shall be considered at the next General Assembly of Members; the resolution of the Society shall remain in force until its consideration by the General Assembly of Members.
h. appointing and dismissing members of the Disciplinary Board, handling complaints of members of the Society filed against actions of the elected authorities of the Society.
5. Resolutions of the General Assembly of Members are passed by a simple majority of votes of members of the Society who participate in the deliberations.
6. Each member has one vote.
7. The General Assembly of Members is responsible for the adoption of resolutions that are non-reserved for other authorities of the Society.