What is the Council?
The Council constitutes the electoral body of the Association, composed of the titular delegates of each country in which the ISSA has at least one affiliate member, with each of these countries having one titular delegate. In particular, its main functions are to elect the President, the Treasurer and the members of the Bureau and of the Control Commission, as well as the Secretary General. In addition, it sets the programme of activities and the budget of the Association, which are established for a three-year period, as well as the corresponding contribution rates. As a general rule, the Council meets on the occasion of each session of the General Assembly.