SOSC General Assembly structure

The Slovak Olympic and Sports Committee (SOSC) has  currently 79 collective  members and 12 individual members who have  altogether 127 votes in General Assembly of the SOSC. Individual members are: President of SOSC, Member of the IOC (at the same time a member of the Executive Committee of the SOSC ex officio), 5 delegated members of the SOSC Sports Commission (one representative of the Commission is delegated to the Executive Committee of the SOSC as its ex officio member) and 5 of the significant personalities of Olympic movement and sport in Slovakia.

National Olympic Sports Federations whose sport within the meaning of Art. 45 of the Olympic Charter and the relevant implementing regulations to this rule are governed by one International Sports Federation, have two votes at the General Assembly. This applies to a total of 36 federations, which have 72 votes.

In two Olympic sports there is a situation in Slovakia, that a sport run by a single international federation has two national federations in Slovakia, managing different sectors of this one Olympic sport. It concerns the Slovak Federation of Figure Skating and Speed Skating (internationally covered by ISU), next baseball and softball (internationally covered by WBSC). These federations have one vote at the SOSC General Assembly, ie. a total of 4 votes.

All other members of the SOSC – both collective and individual - have one vote, ie. a total of 51 votes.

The entire 78-member Assembly of the SOSC currently has a total of 114 votes. A total of 76 votes have Olympic sports associations. Another 5 votes are given to the members of the Athletes Commission. The Olympic Sports Associations (or their delegates) and delegated members of the SOSC Athletes Commission, together with the SOSC President and the IOC member, form the so-called Olympic majority (defined in the Statutes of the SOSC) consisting of 83 votes. Together with other 9 members of the SOSC Executive Committee, all members of the Olympic majority have the exclusive right to vote on issues relating directly to the Olympic Games.


CURRENT LIST OF SOSC MEMBERS WITH THE NUMBER OF VOTES

SOSC President 

(has an individual mandate; 1 vote in the SOSC General Assembly)
Anton SIEKEL

SOSC Members – Sports Federations of Olympic sports (total 40)

Olympic Sports Federations with 2 votes (total 36 federations):

(They are represented in the General Assembly of SOSC by a delegated representative who can be changed between GAs; 36 Olympic Sports Federations, each of which is governed by one International Federation, has 2 votes - they have together 72 votes in the SOSC.)

Olympic Sports Federations with 1 vote (total 4 federations):

(They are represented in the General Assembly of the SOSC by a delegated representative who can be changed; 4 Olympic Sports Federations, of which one international federation always covers two sports, they have each 1 vote - they have together 4 votes in the SOSC)

SOSC Members – Sports Federations of non-Olympic sports (total 24)

(They are represented in the General Assembly of the SOSC by a delegated representative who can be changed between GAs; each federation has 1 vote - they have together 24 votes in the SOSC)

SOSC Members – other civic associations, institutions and organizations (total 15)

(They are represented in the General Assembly of the SOSC by a delegated representative who can be changed between GAs; each of these members has one vote - they have together 15 votes in the SOSC)

EX OFFICIO SOSC member – IOC member

(has an individual mandate, 1 vote in the General Assembly)
Danka BARTEKOVÁ


SOSC members – personalities of Olympic movement and sport

(Individual members of the SOSC, their mandate is limited to the end of the Olympic cycle 2016 - 2020; each of these members has 1 vote- they have 5 votes in the SOSC)

  • Michal MARTIKÁN
  • Mária JASENČÁKOVÁ
  • Miroslav LUBERDA
  • Janka STAŠOVÁ
  • Jozef STÜMPEL

SOSC MEMBERS – Olympians from the SOSC Commission of Athletes

(Individual members of SOSC, their mandate is limited to 4 years from the election to the Committee of  athletes; the commission delegates 5 representatives from its 9 members  to the General Assembly;  each has1 vote – together they have 5 votes)

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