Yesterday, November 14, 2017, at the address: Kyiv, prov. Rilsky, 10, hosted the First All-Ukrainian Congress of Private Performers of Ukraine. The delegates of the congress of private performers voted for the order of holding the congress of private performers of Ukraine in the edition proposed by the private performers of the Dnipro river (the alternative was prepared by the Center for Commercial Law). In this case, the conflict of law rule (paragraph 6.4) that a member of the congress can not be part of the working bodies of the Association of Private Performers of Ukraine.
Formed billing commission consisting of three persons. At the same time, 28 persons submitted applications as candidates to the governing bodies of the Association.
Next, the creation of the Association of Private Entrepreneurs of Ukraine was put to the vote. By supporting the decision, the congress members poopplodirvali and went to the approval of the charter of the Association.
Three draft statutes were proposed. In particular, the discussion arose on the need for a post of disciplinary commissioner, said delegate Oleksandr Syvokoz. In the proposed editorial office, there is no such position. This is one of the few differences in the statute.
As a result, two projects were submitted to the vote: from the Center for Commercial Law and from a group of private performers of the city of Dnipro. Was adopted as the basis of the second option. Then the delegates voted to amend the document.
In particular, there were corrections to the English writing of the Association, the task of this structure, the numbering of items. It was also proposed to exclude items that duplicate the provisions of the Law (for example, the incompatibility of activities of performers with other activities). It was decided that the charter should regulate the rights of the members of the Association, and not the status of the executor(it is determined by law). Also discussed was the item on the order of notification of the forthcoming congress: by e-mail or by a valuable letter by mail to the office. As a result, it was decided that notifying the performers will only notify by e-mail to the official mail indicated in the register. It was forbidden for the members of the Audit Commission to participate in the congresses of private performers of the regions (the problem is that the law prohibits the members of the Revision Commission to participate in other bodies of the Association). It was decided that the head of the Ethics Committee would be elected members of this committee, and not the congress.
The discussion raised the question of whether the advisory bodies (the Ethics Committee) should be referred to the governing bodies. The delegates voted in favor.
One of the items on the agenda of the congress of private performers of Ukraine was the election of the chairman of the council of private performers. Four candidates were nominated for this post: Sergey Nikolayev, Andrei Authorov, Gennadiy Rodin and Oleksandr Syvokoz.
Following the results of the voting, two candidates - Sergei Nikolayev and Oleksandr Syvokoz - scored 22 votes. In this regard, delegates were forced to re-vote on two candidates out of four.
Following the results of the repeated voting, Aleksandr Syvokoz received 8, and Sergey Nikolayev received 16 votes. Thus, the head of the Council of private performers of Ukraine became Sergey Nikolayev.
Sergey Nikolayev has been working in the system of state executive service since 2002, and now he is a private executor in the Kyiv region.
The Deputy Chairmen of the Council were Oleksandr Syvokoz (Dnipro) and Gennady Rodin (Kharkiv).
The audit commission of the Association of Private Entrepreneurs of Ukraine on the basis of secret rating headed by Yevgeny Dyachenko (Kyiv). In turn, the members of the Audit Commission were Volodymyr Poplyak and Vitaliy Pyryzhok.
The following members of the Qualification Commission of Private Performers were elected as delegates to the congress:
- Oleksiy Klymenko;
- Andriy Yatsyshyn;
- Oleksiy Shagan;
- Vadim Tatarchenko.
Members of the Disciplinary Commission of Private Artists were also elected:
- Yuriy Lysenko;
- Igor Shcherbakov;
- Mikhail Trofimenko;
- Roman Varawa.
(translated using google translate)