IFF Congress 28.05 1994
Place: SAS Park Avenue Hotel, Gothenburg, Sweden
FINLAND (SSBL) Risto Kauppinen (voting), John Liljelund
HUNGARY (MPS) András Czitrom (voting)
NORWAY (NBF) Tomas Jonsson (voting), Peter Lindström
SWEDEN (SIBF) Tomas Eriksson (voting), Per Jansson
SWITZERLAND (SUHV) Leo Buser (voting), Michael Dietrich
IFF Central Board
GERMANY (DUB) Joachim Bruns, Doris Windhoff
§ 1 Opening
§ 2 Chairman of
§ 3 Practical
b) Guests from the
c) The question of a
draw in a voting
§ 4 Approval of
§ 5 Secretary of
§ 6 Voting
§ 7 Minutes from
the last congress
Since there were no objections, the minutes from the last congress are approved.
§ 8 Admission of
official ordinary member associations
The Russian Rinkball and Floorball Federation has not handed in an application for ordinary membership.
The congress decided to admit the Hungarian Floorball Federation as ordinary member of the IFF.
b) Czech Republic
§ 9 Approval of
A correct version was distributed during the congress.
The congress decided to approve the CB-report with some adjustments (enclosure 3).
§ 10 Approval of
the financial report and the auditors report
Answer: Denmark paid for 1992 in July 1993.
Regarding Norway it was found out that there has been no invoice sent to them.
Answer: Normally the CB have their meetings in a CB-members country and at these meetings the hotels are of normal standard.
Sometimes the CB have
meetings in a country where there might
A solution to this problem could be to tie a travel company to the IFF, Gottlieb Kündig proposed.
The congress decided to approve the financial report for 1992 and 1993 (enclosure 4).
The congress decided to approve the auditors report (enclosure 5).
The congress notified though that these reports must be prepared in a better way by the IFF CB in the future.
§ 11 Decision on
freedom from responsibility for the CB
The financial documents should though have been sent to the members at least 30 days in advance, which was not the case.
§ 12 Decision on
NBF proposes a change of the membership fee according to their proposal no.4 (enclosure 6).
DFU proposed that the basic fee and the amount per club should be the same regardless the size of the federations.
Since this proposal was
not sent in in advance the congress had to take a
decision whether it is possible or not to modificate
Gottlieb Kündig proposed that all questions under 27.2 and 31 in the IFF statutes could be opened for discussion.
The chairman proposed that the question of enlargement of the proposals should be decided case by case.
The voting fell 3-3.
Gottlieb Kündig made a new proposal; If a proposal is on the agenda of the congress it can be modified, except from elections of CB members.
The voting between the new proposal from Gottlieb Kündig and the proposal from the chairman fell 4-2 for the proposal from Kündig.
The congress decided not to change the membership fee with the voting 3-2.
§ 13 Approval of
the budget and the workingplan
The budget for 1994 was decided according to enclosure 9.
The budget for 1995 was decided according to enclosure 10.
The congress decided to submit the question to the IFF CB for decision.
§ 15 Elections
b) Eight Central Board
(CB) members for two years
The congress elected, unanimously, following persons to the IFF CB:
§ 16 Appointment
of a chartered auditor
§ 17 Examinations
and decisions on proposals and motions of the members
b) Proposals from NBF
regarding the IFF Statutes (enclosure 6).
The congress decided, by voting 4-1, to reject proposal no.1, article 11.
The congress decided, by voting 3-3, to reject proposal no.2.
The congress decided, by voting 4-2, to reject proposal no.3.
c) Proposals from DFU
The congress decided, by voting 3-1, to take a statement of intent accordingly to proposal no.2.
The congress decided to submit to the IFF CB to handle the question mentioned in proposal no.3.
d) Proposal from SUHV
regarding the name of the IFF (enclosure 14).
§ 18 Approval of
Regulations within the meaning of article 14.2 c
§ 19 Decision of
the meeting place for the next congress
§ 20 End of the
Leo Buser thanked John Liljelund for leading the congress in a good way.
John Liljelund thanked
Sweden for hosting the congress and providing the
participants with a banquet, and declared the congress
closed at 23.17.
Secretary of the Congress
Chairman of the Congress