The Association of Regions of the Czech Republic is an open interest non-partisan and non-governmental organization that was founded on the basis of the laws of the Czech Republic.
Through a joint statement on January 5, the governors of the Czech Republic and the mayor of City of Prague announced the proposal to create a joint body - the Association of Regions of the Czech Republic on January 5, 2001, on the ship “Arnošt z Pardubic” on the Elbe in Eastern Bohemia.
The Association of Regions of the Czech Republic was subsequently established by registration with the Prague 1 Municipal Office on August 30, 2001, as an interest association of legal entities.
14 members – regions – are united in the Association of Regions.
Founding members based on the founding agreement of June 8, 2001:
Karlovy Vary region
In September 2001, the following became members of the Association of Regions of the Czech Republic:
In June 2002, he joined the Association of Regions of the Czech Republic:
March 2003 joined the Association of Regions of the Czech Republic:
All regions of the Czech Republic are members of the Association of Regions, including the capital City of Prague, which by law is both a municipality and a region.
The Council is the supreme body of the Association. Each member of the Association has the right to send one representative to the Council meeting. The representative of the region is the governor and the mayor of the City of Prague.
The approval of a majority of all members is required to adopt a Council resolution. The consent of all members is required to adopt a resolution amending the Statutes, admitting a new member and determining the amount of the membership fee. As its initiative and advisory bodies, the Council can establish committees and appoint and dismiss their members. The Council elects a chairman and a vice-chairman (vice-chairmen) from among the representatives of the members of the Association.
The Council can establish committees as its professional and advisory bodies and appoint and dismiss their members. The committees comprise the chairman, vice-chairman and other members. Every committee represents each of the regions by one representative.
Committees of the Council of the Association of Regions of the Czech Republic are established by a resolution of the Council of the Association of Regions of the Czech Republic at the beginning of its term of office and usually copy the governmental organization of ministries.
Along with committees within the Association, other working groups and expert teams with a targeted focus may be established.
The basic method of meeting and decision-making by the Council and the sessions of the Council's committees is a meeting.
Details of the sessions and decision-making of these bodies are determined by the Council in internal regulations - rules of procedure.
The chairman and vice-chairman (vice-chairmen) are elected and dismissed by the Council. Their term of office is two years.
The chairman and vice-chairman (vice-chairmen) are responsible for their actions to the Council.
The Chairman is the statutory body of the Association, convenes and directs the Council meetings. Performs labour law acts in relation to the Director of the Office.
It ensures the implementation of the decisions of the Association's bodies organizationally and technically ensures the activities of the Association's bodies.
The head of The Office is the Director. The Director is responsible for the actions of the Office to the Chairman of the Council.