Youth Union Primary Organization

Head of the primary organization of the Union of Youth of the

Nukus branch of the Uzbek State University of Physical Culture and Sports

Djaksimuratov Islam Azatbaevich

phone: (91) 391-45-45

E-mail: djaqsimuratov@list.ru

CHARTER OF THE UNION OF YOUTH OF UZBEKISTAN

CHAPTER I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1. The Youth Union of Uzbekistan (hereinafter the Union) is a non-profit non-governmental organization (NGO) formed by individuals in their organizational and legal form as a union that unites the youth of Uzbekistan in order to form a physically healthy, spiritually mature and intellectually developed, free-thinking young generation; protecting young people from external threats and the negative influence of “mass culture”, providing comprehensive support in protecting the legal and legitimate interests of young people and creating favorable conditions for them.

The union was re-registered on June 1, 2012 as the Kamolot Youth Social Movement and received certificate No. 653.

The Union is the successor of all rights and obligations of the Kamolot Youth Movement.

1.2. The Union functions in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On Non-Governmental Non-Commercial Organizations”, “On Guarantees of Non-State Non-Commercial Organizations”, and other normative legal acts regulating the activities of NGOs and in accordance with this Charter.

1.3. The Union carries out its activities on the principles of voluntariness, legality, transparency, equality of members (participants) and the principles of self-government.

1.4. The Union has the status of a legal entity from the date of its state registration and has the right to own property and be responsible for its obligations for the property, may or may not have property or personal non-property rights, assume obligations and be liable to court or be liable in court. The Union has a round seal, a stamp, letterheads with the full official name in the state language and a registered trademark by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

1.5. The members of the Union are not responsible for the obligations of the Union, and in turn, the Union is not responsible for the obligations of its members.

1.6. In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Union has the status of a legal entity on the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan, acting on the basis of the Charter and Charter of territorial structures, namely the Republic of Karakalpakstan, territorial subdivisions (hereinafter – territorial Councils) of the regions and the city of Tashkent, city and regional subdivisions of the Union (hereinafter – local councils).

1.7. The address (postal) of the executive body of the Union: Tashkent, Shaykhantakhur district, st. Alisher Navoi, house-11.

1.8. The Union carries out its activities on the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

1.9. Full name of the Union:

in the state language in Cyrillic – Ўzbekiston yoshlar ittifoқi;

in the state language in Latin – O`zbekiston yoshlar ittifoqi;

in Russian – the Youth Union of Uzbekistan;

in English – Youth unity of Uzbekistan.

CHAPTER II. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

2.1. The main goal of the Union is to involve young people in taking an active part in deepening the democratic, political and economic reforms carried out in the country, in strengthening peace and harmony in society; making its contribution to the process of Uzbekistan’s joining the number of developed countries of the world; as well as ensuring effective protection of the rights, legitimate interests and freedoms of the young generation, increasing the spiritual and professional culture of young men and women, providing support in the embodiment of their intellectual and creative potential.

2.2. The main tasks of the Union:

– the formation of harmoniously developed, free-thinking youth with a clear life position and strong convictions, capable of taking a worthy place in society and participating in the development of the country, which can become a decisive force and support in the processes of renewal; increasing their legal literacy and legal awareness;

– education of young people, in particular, unorganized youth in a spiritual and moral sense and in the spirit of military patriotism, the formation of their consciousness of historical memory, national pride and self-knowledge, involvement in current events, a sense of respect for national and universal values;

– protection of the rights and legitimate interests of young people, support of their aspirations in mastering modern professions, attraction to entrepreneurial activity;

– support for talented boys and girls, creating conditions for them to realize their creative and intellectual abilities, as well as attracting them to scientific activities;

– the formation of a healthy lifestyle and ecological culture among young people, in particular, unorganized youth, active involvement in regular physical education and sports;

– protecting young people, in particular, unorganized youth from the influence of religious extremist and destructive organizations, from negative impacts and threats introduced from the outside under the guise of “mass culture”, carrying out work among young people to prevent offenses and crimes, providing assistance and preventing their commission.

2.3. In order to fulfill the aforementioned tasks, the Union may adopt an appropriate Program of Action on various aspects.

their activities.

CHAPTER III. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS

3.1. Union rights:

– to show initiative on various issues of public life, to make proposals to the bodies of state power and administration;

– in the manner prescribed by law, take part in the development of resolutions by state authorities and administration;

– to disseminate information about their activities;

– in the prescribed manner to create mass media, publishing and printing activities;

– to organize business entities in order to fulfill the tasks specified in the Charter;

– to establish their own symbolic signs;

– hold meetings, sessions, events, conferences, seminars and round tables on their activities;

– to open their territorial structures on the territory of the Republic in accordance with the legislation;

The union may also have other rights provided for by law.

3.2. The duties of the Union are as follows:

– comply with the requirements established by law;

– provide open access to information on the use of their funds and property;

– to allow the registration authority of NGOs to take part in their activities;

– in accordance with the established procedure, submit reports on their activities to the registration, tax and statistical authorities.

The union may also have other obligations provided for by law.

CHAPTER IV. MEMBERSHIP IN THE UNION

4.1. Legal entities and individuals can become members of the Union on the basis of the provisions set forth in the Charter.

4.2. Citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan and stateless individuals permanently residing in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan, who have expressed a desire to support the goals of the Union, who have reached the age of 14, but not older than 30, can become members of the Union.

4.3. In case of election to the governing body of a member of the Union, who is an individual, in accordance with the provisions of clause 4.2. of this Charter, age restrictions will not apply to it.

4.4. The admission of individuals to the Union and their removal is carried out by the General meeting of the primary organization of the Union, as well as by the meeting of the primary organization of the Council (if it is formed in the structure of the primary organization).

4.5. The admission of individuals to the relevant governing body and their removal is carried out by the decision of the primary organization and is final, not requiring the approval of the higher body of the Union.

4.6. Removal of individuals from membership of the Union occurs in the following cases:

– at the request of a member of the Union;

– upon reaching a member of the Union of 30 years (those elected to the governing bodies of the Union are an exception);

– on the commission of a member of the Union of actions contrary to this Charter;

– on the acquisition of a member of the Union of citizenship of another state;

– upon establishment by a court of a member of the Union as legally incapacitated or deceased;

– upon completion of the Union’s activities.

4.7. Members of the Union can be non-governmental non-profit organizations in the field of youth direction, enterprises, institutions and organizations of the youth sector, as well as other legal entities whose constituent documents do not contradict the goals, objectives and program documents of the Charter of the Union. Legal entities and individuals submit a corresponding application for admission to the Union.

4.8. The admission of legal entities to the Union and their removal is carried out on the basis of the decision of the meeting of the local or regional councils of the Union.

4.9. Removal of legal entities from membership of the Union occurs in the following cases:

– at the request of a member of the Union;

– on the commission of a member of the Union of actions contrary to this Charter;

– upon completion of its activities by a legal entity;

– upon completion of the Union’s activities.

4.10. The rights of members of the Union:

– free expression of opinions at general meetings, conferences, Kurultays, meetings of the governing bodies of the Union and issues of printed periodicals of the Union;

– participate in the development of decisions of the elected bodies of the Union personally or through their representative;

– elections and election to the elected governing and control and auditing bodies of the Union;

– obtaining information and participating in the activities of the Union and discussing issues related to the member;

– participate in the activities of the Union within the Charter, apply to all governing bodies of the Union with a statement or proposals.

4.11. Duties of a member of the Union:

– Participation in the implementation of the Statutory tasks of the Union;

– increasing the authority and influence of the Union among young people and society;

– to carry out the decisions of the governing bodies of the Union, meetings of primary organizations, as well as meetings of the Council;

CHAPTER V. GOVERNING BODIES OF THE UNION

AND THEIR AUTHORITY

5.1. The governing bodies of the Union include:

– Kurultai;

– Central Council;

– Executive Committee of the Central Council;

– Central Control and Auditing Commission.

5.2. Kurultay is the highest governing body of the Union. In order to hear reports and make decisions in the Central Council and the Central Control and Auditing Commission, the reporting Kurultai is convened at least once a year, and to fulfill other competencies specified in this Charter, the authorized Kurultai convenes once every five years. The decision to convene the Kurultay is taken by the meeting of the Central Council. The decision to convene the Kurultay is considered adopted if at least two-thirds of the members of the Central Council vote for it. The decision to convene and the agenda will be announced no later than two weeks before Kurultay.

5.3. An extraordinary meeting of the Kurultai may be convened by a decision of a meeting of the Central Council, as well as by at least ten percent of the members of the Central Control and Auditing Commission or members of the Union.

5.4. Kurultay has the right to consider all issues related to the activities of the Union and make appropriate decisions on them.

The powers of the Kurultai include:

– Approval of the Charter of the Union in its new edition with amendments and additions;

– Decision on reorganization and termination of the Union’s activities;

– Listening to reports of the Central Council and the Central Control and Auditing Commission and making decisions on them;

– Election of the composition of the Central Council and the Central Control and Auditing Commission;

– Election of the Chairman of the Central Council and the Chairman of the Central Control and Auditing Commission for a five-year term.

Decisions on amendments and additions to the Charter, reorganization and termination of the Union are considered to have been made by a two-thirds majority of the Kurultai delegates. Decisions on other issues are considered taken for them by the majority of the Kurultai delegates.

A Kurultay is considered competent to make decisions if two-thirds of the delegates elected at its office are present.

Kurultay delegates are elected at conferences of regional councils. Representative norms of the Kurultay delegates, the procedure for elections, the agenda of the Kurultay and the date of its holding are determined by the meeting of the Central Council.

5.5. The Central Council is the governing body of the Union between Kurultays and is elected for a term of up to five years and consists of at least sixty-one people.

5.5.1. The Central Council, in accordance with their posts, includes the Chairman of the Central Council, his deputies, heads of financial, economic, organizational and personnel divisions of the Central Council, Director of the Institute for the Study of Youth Problems and Training of Perspective Cadres, chief editors of central newspapers founded by the Union, Director of Yoshlar Joint Stock Company »National TV and Radio Company of Uzbekistan and chairmen of regional councils.

The Central Council should form its composition of representatives of youth from various industries, such as science, education, culture, art, media, manufacturing and services, entrepreneurship and farming, sports, health and the environment, the military, law enforcement, etc. Also, the Central Council may include representatives of partner organizations of the Union and qualified persons.

The Central Council must include at least two young people from each territory (Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and the city of Tashkent).

5.5.2. Central Council:

– Ensures the implementation of Kurultay decisions, implementation of program goals and objectives, compliance with the terms of the Charter;

– Carries out activities on behalf of the organization in the implementation of the rights and obligations of legal entities;

– elects members of the Executive Committee of the Central Council and early terminates the powers of their members;

– Hears reports, semi-annual and annual reports of the Chairman of the Central Council, his deputies, divides work areas between them, early dismiss them from their powers.

– Creates commissions and working groups on the priorities of the Union’s activities, from time to time listens to their reports and makes appropriate decisions based on the results;

– Approves the annual work plan of the Central Council and hears reports on its implementation and makes appropriate decisions on the basis of the report;

– Approves the general budget of the Union, the budget of the Central Council and listens to a report on their implementation and makes appropriate decisions on the basis of the report;

– The central apparatus of the Union determines the structure and staffing of regional and local Councils, entrepreneurial structures created by the Union, the media, as well as primary organizations with the status of a legal entity, determine the size, procedure and form of remuneration for employees;

– Approves the internal regulations of the Union;

– Decides to delegate certain tasks of the Central Council to the powers of the Executive Committee;

– Removes from office the chairman of the Central Council and his deputies, for failure to fulfill his powers and duties, elects the chairman of the Central Council and his deputies until the next Kurultai, also excludes and elects members of the Council.

Also decides other issues regarding Legal Acts, Charter and Resolution of Kurultay.

5.5.3. The meeting of the Central Council is convened at least once every six months and has the authority to make decisions if two-thirds of its members are present. Decisions of the Central Council are considered accepted if the majority of the members of the Central Council vote.

5.6. To make urgent decisions on the Union’s activities, the Central Council elects an Executive Committee of at least fifteen people from its members for a five-year term. The Executive Committee, in accordance with their positions, includes the Chairman of the Central Council, his deputies, heads of financial, economic, organizational and personnel divisions of the Central Council, Director of the Institute for the Study of Youth Problems and Training of Perspective Cadres, chief editors of central newspapers founded by the Union, Director of the joint-stock company ” Yoshlar ”of the National TV and Radio Company of Uzbekistan and chairmen of regional councils.

5.6.1. The composition of the members of the Executive Committee is determined by the decision of the Central Council.

5.6.2. Executive Committee of the Central Council:

– coordinates the activities of regional and other organizational units of the Union, business structures, the media and other organizations that are fully or partially members of the organization;

– makes decisions on the disposal of the property of the Union and its individual divisions that are not included in the powers of the Central Council;

– decides on the creation and termination of the activities of the divisions of the Union, also approves their founding documents;

– ensures the adoption of operational decisions on organizational issues, draws up a work plan, organizes the study of the implementation of plans and decisions, deserves reports from the executors, makes appropriate decisions based on the results;

– makes decisions on the implementation of projects in various areas defined in the Union Program;

– makes decisions on establishing partnerships with foreign and international organizations, as well as on sending and receiving a delegation;

– convenes meetings of the Central Council, determines the agenda;

– considers and approves the budget of the regional councils of the Union, hearing reports on their implementation and making appropriate decisions based on the results;

– calls for disciplinary responsibility of the staff of the apparatus in the governing bodies of the Union;

– approves internal labor standards, job descriptions of employees;

– approves the list of documents regulating the internal activities of the Union;

– distribution and conservation of property and assets of the Union and its divisions (except for issues within the competence of the Central Council), holding grants, tenders and other competitions, as well as making a decision on checking the activities of subordinate organizations;

– cancellation of decisions of the governing bodies of regional and local councils of the Union, legislative acts of the Executive Committee, as well as decisions contrary to the Charter;

– establishes business structures, monitors their activities and listens to reports, based on the results, makes appropriate decisions to achieve the statutory goals and objectives;

– approves and dismisses the chief executive director, chief accountant, heads of departments, heads of executive bodies of the Central Council, heads of mass media and chief accountants of the Central Council;

– solves other issues related to decisions of higher authorities.

5.6.3. The Chairman of the Central Council convenes meetings of the Executive Committee and presides over these meetings.

If the chairman of the Central Council does not fulfill his duties, then by decision of the Executive Committee of the Central Council one of his deputies shall fulfill his duties.

5.6.4. The functions and tasks of the Chairman of the Central Council include the following:

– coordinates general activities within the framework of the Charter and the Program of the Union;

– acts without a power of attorney on behalf of the Union and the Central Council, represents the interests of the Union before all legal entities and individuals, as well as foreign organizations;

– supervises the work of the Central Council, its Executive Committee, deputy chairmen and employees of the Central Council, hires employees and dismisses them from office;

– enters into contracts, including the conclusion of employment contracts, the issuance of a power of attorney, bank accounts, etc.

– opens accounts, uses the rights of the first signature in banking, financial and other documents, issues mandatory documents, decrees for all employees;

– delegates some of his powers to the Deputy Chairmen of the Central Council in the manner established by the decision of the Executive Committee of the Central Council;

– resolves other issues that are not within the competence of the Central Council and its Executive Committee.

5.7. The Central Control and Auditing Commission is the central controlling body of the Union.

5.7.1. The Central Control and Auditing Commission is accountable and is elected by the Kurultai, consisting of eleven people, for a period of 5 years.

Control and audit commissions of local (regional) structures are elected and are subject to the relevant reporting and election conferences, with a minimum of five members.

In this case, the Union’s Central Control and Auditing Commission has the right to control the activities of regional councils, business structures and the Union’s media. Based on the results of the audit, the commission prepares a report and submits it to the Central Council for consideration and decision-making.

5.7.2. The powers of the Control and Auditing Commission of the Central Council include:

– carry out the execution of the budget, financial and economic activities of the Union and its structures;

– control over compliance with the provisions of this Charter;

– prevention of violations of legislation in the field of finance, entrepreneurship and other activities of the Union;

– give recommendations on the termination of decisions of the Central Council, lower electoral bodies and control auditing commissions in case of non-compliance with this Charter or decisions of the Kurultay of the Union;

– consideration of applications from members of the Union;

– making proposals to eliminate the identified deficiencies in the financial and economic activities of the Union;

– execution of other powers in accordance with the decisions of the Kurultai.

5.7.3. When checking financial and economic activities, all officials and employees are required to submit the necessary documents, at the request of the Central Control and Auditing Commission.

5.7.4. Members of the Control and Auditing Commission cannot be members of the elected governing body of the Union. Members of the governing bodies of the Union cannot be members of the control and audit commission.

5.7.5. Members of the Central Control and Auditing Commission have the right to participate, as a consultant, at all meetings of the governing bodies of the Union.

5.7.6. The Central Control and Auditing Commission carries out its activities on the basis of this Charter, the Resolutions of the Kurultai and the Regulations on the Central Control and Auditing Commission.

CHAPTER VI. STRUCTURE OF THE UNION

6.1. The structure of the Union includes:

– The central office of the Union;

– regional structures of the Union;

– local structures of the Union;

– primary organizations of the Union;

– enterprises, organizations and institutions wholly created or managed by the Union, including the media.

In addition, the Union and its individual branches have branches “Kamalak” (hereinafter referred to as the children’s organization “Kamalak” and its divisions), acting in the direction of children’s activities. Children’s organization “Kamalak” and its subdivisions are not a separate unit of the Union. They are part of the Union and its separate subdivisions.

The Union may, in accordance with the established procedure, create its own periodicals, publishing and printing companies, training centers, business structures and other institutions on the basis of its founding documents.

6.2. Local and regional councils are formed in accordance with the administrative-territorial division of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

6.2.1. Individual members unite in the primary organizations of the Union, which will be created at the places of their work, study and service.

6.2.2. The primary organizations of the Union are formed with the consent of district or city councils, if they have at least five people (volunteers).

6.2.3. By decision of the Executive Committee of the Central Council, the primary organization of the Union may be granted the status of a legal entity. Consideration of this issue is primarily related to its financial and other capabilities.

The procedure for granting the status of a legal entity to primary organizations is determined by a separate local regulatory legal act.

6.2.4. The supreme governing body of the primary organization of the Union is the General Meeting of the relevant members or the reporting and electoral meeting of the members.

Primary organizations with more than one hundred members hold General Meetings at least twice a year, and the meeting is competent if two-thirds of the members of the primary organization are present.

Reporting and electoral meetings are held once a year in primary organizations (except for higher educational institutions) with more than one hundred members of the Union, it is attended by elected representatives (delegates) among the members of the Union, standing on the basis of the primary organization.

Reporting and electoral meetings in higher educational institutions are held at least once every two and a half years.

6.2.5. The powers of the General Meeting include:

– making decisions related to the general activities of the primary organization;

– hearing and evaluating the report on the semi-annual and annual activities of the primary organization;

– election of the leader of the primary organization for a period of two and a half years;

– approval of the annual work plan of the primary organization;

– acceptance and removal of individuals from membership in the Union;

– selection of delegates on the basis of quotas at their conferences established by the highest organizations of the Union;

– making a decision on prereduction of the activities of the primary organization.

6.2.6. The powers of the reporting and selection meeting include:

– hearing and evaluating reports on the general activities of the primary organization for the past period;

– election of members of the Council and leaders of the primary organization for a period of two and a half years;

– approval of the annual work plan of the primary organization;

– election of delegates to the conference on the basis of quotas established by the supreme bodies of the Union;

– making a decision to terminate the activities of the primary organization.

6.2.7. In the primary organization, where there are more than one hundred members, the reporting and election meeting elects the Council, which includes at least seven members. Meetings of the Council are held at least once every two months.

6.2.8. The tasks and powers of the Council of the primary organization include:

– Convocation of a reporting and election meeting, to ensure the implementation of decisions;

– consideration and implementation of tasks and recommendations of higher organizations;

– distribution of responsibilities and accountability of members of the management board;

– organization of auxiliary structures and coordination of the activities of primary organizations;

– acceptance and removal of individuals from membership in the Union;

– consideration and decision-making on issues related to the work plan and daily activities of the primary organization;

– consideration of issues of protecting the legitimate interests of members and submit proposals to the management bodies and senior management;

– reward material and spiritual incentives for members and captains who have achieved a certain degree of success;

– organization of contests, competitions and other events among the members of the primary organization.

6.2.9. The activity of the primary organization is directed by the Leader. Its powers include:

– lead the primary organization;

– appointment of line leaders (coordinators) from the members of the primary organization;

– to be on behalf of the primary organization in relations with the administration of the educational institution (organization, enterprise), government bodies, citizens’ self-government bodies, trade union organizations and other public organizations and citizens.

6.2.10. The head of a primary organization with the status of a legal entity has the following rights:

– to act without a power of attorney on behalf of the primary organization;

– to dispose of the property of the primary organization within the limits of their authority;

– conclude contracts on behalf of the primary organization, including economic contracts and labor contracts;

– issuance of a power of attorney;

– opening accounts or other numbers in banks using the first right to sign for all banking, financial and other documents;

– issuance of mandatory instructions and decrees for all employees of the primary organization;

– carrying out activities that do not contradict the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan and this Charter.

6.3. The highest governing body of the local and regional Council of the Union is the Conference, which is held at least once every two and a half years. The conference is called by an appropriate meeting of the local or regional Council. The norms of representation, the procedure and terms for the selection of delegates to the conference are determined by the meeting of the relevant Council of the Union.

The composition of delegates and delegates to the regional conference will consist of delegates elected by the local Council of the Conference and representatives of legal entities, members of the regional council. At the same time, the number of representatives of legal entities accepted at a meeting of the regional council is determined by the meeting of the regional council.

The composition of the participants and delegates to the Conference of the Local Council will consist of delegates elected by the governing body of the primary organization and representatives of legal entities who were adopted by the meeting of the local council. At the same time, the number of representatives of legal entities admitted to the meeting of the local council is determined by the meeting of the local council.

6.3.1. Conference of Local or Regional Councils:

– hears and approves the report of the relevant Council for the reporting period;

– determines the main directions of the future work of the relevant Council;

– hears and approves the report of the relevant control and audit commission;

– approves at least twenty-one members of the relevant meeting of the Council and elects at least five members of the control and audit commission for a period of two and a half years;

– elects the Chairman of the relevant Council and his deputies for a period of two and a half years;

– considers other issues related to his competence.

6.3.2. The regional and local council of the Union is headed by the corresponding meeting of the Council, elected for the period between the Conference. Meetings of the Council are convened at least once every six months and are convened by the Chairman of the relevant Council

6.3.3. The duties and powers of local or regional councils of the Union include:

– making decisions on the implementation of orders of higher authorities;

– form commissions and working groups from their members to coordinate and organize the work of the relevant Council, disseminate activities among its members, hear reports on its implementation and make appropriate decisions on the results;

– elect the chairmen of the respective local or regional councils in the interval between conferences, in agreement with the central office of the Union;

– approval and dismissal of the heads of the Administration of the Council, heads of organizations (enterprises, institutions) of the Union, in agreement with the Central Office of the Union;

– approval of the annual work plan of the Council and its implementation report, adoption of appropriate decisions;

– approval of the Council’s budget and its implementation report, adoption of appropriate decisions;

– corporate acceptance and deductions for membership in the Union;

– Solving other issues related to the competence of higher authorities.

6.3.4. The rights and obligations of individual divisions of the Union, the rights to manage property, the procedure for their creation and liquidation, as well as guidelines for the governing bodies are detailed in their Charter.

6.3.5. The meeting of the local or regional council of the Union is chaired by the corresponding chairman of the Council.

CHAPTER VII. PROPERTY AND MONETARY RESOURCES OF THE UNION, THE ORDER OF THEIR FORMATION.

7.1. The union can own property in buildings, structures, houses, equipment, tools, money, securities, intellectual property and copyrights in national and foreign currencies. Also, the Union can be created at its own expense an organization (enterprises and institutions) and other property necessary to ensure the material security of the activities provided for by this Charter.

7.2. The sources of property of the Union and its individual subdivisions are:

– voluntary fees for property and donations of individuals and legal entities, including foreign ones;

– income (profit) received from entrepreneurial activity, and solely to achieve the goals of the Charter;

– grants, subsidies, social funds, state funds, including foreign and international organizations, for the implementation of youth programs and projects;

– funds from the printed publications of the Union;

– other income not prohibited by law.

7.3. Income from entrepreneurial and other activities of the Union and its structures are used for the purposes of the Charter and are not distributed among the members, participants and employees of the Union.

7.4. The property of the Union is inseparable. The right to own property on behalf of the Union is exercised by the Central Council through the Executive Committee. Local and regional Councils of the Union, primary organizations with the right of a legal entity and dependent organizations (enterprises and institutions) do not have the right to independently dispose of the property of the Union without a corresponding decision of the Executive Committee of the Central Council.

7.5. Local and regional Councils of the Union have the right to operational management of the property transferred to them by the Central Council.

CHAPTER VIII. ACCOUNT AND REPORTING IN THE UNION

8.1. Local Councils of the Union monthly report and report to the territorial councils on the implementation of the monthly financial report and the implementation of the approved work plan in the established format, by the 10th day of the next month.

8.2. The Territorial Councils of the Union monthly report and report to the Central Office on the implementation of the quarterly financial report and the implementation of the approved work plan in the established format, until the 15th day of the next quarter.

8.3. The Union keeps records of the results of its activities and, in accordance with the established procedure, submits them to the registration, tax and statistical authorities.

CHAPTER IX. PROCEDURE FOR MAKING CHANGES AND ADDITIONS TO THE CHARTER OF THE UNION

9.1. Changes and additions to the Charter of the Union are made on the basis of the decision of Kurultay.

9.2. After making changes and additions, the Union must be re-registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

CHAPTER X. PROCEDURE FOR REORGANIZATION AND TERMINATION OF THE UNION

10.1. The reorganization of the Union is carried out by the decision of the Kurultay or the court by way of accession, merger, division and change.

10.2. The termination of the Union’s activities is carried out by the decision of the Kurultai or the court.

10.3. The termination of the Union’s activities is carried out in the manner prescribed by law.

10.4. Upon completion of the Union’s activities, the remaining property is spent for the purposes of this Charter, for charitable purposes or for other purposes provided for by law.