THE CONGRESS OF THE UNION
The Congress shall be the supreme body of the UNION. Its decisions shall be binding on all the member organisations and their members.
It shall be responsible, in particular, for:
(a) drawing up general guidelines for action by the UNION and its members;
(b) hearing reports on the situation in member organisations;
(c) approving the Rules of the UNION and any amendments thereto;
(d) approving, if necessary, the number of members of the Federal Committee and their distribution by member organisation (in the event of a change in the number of members);
(e) electing the Disputes Board and the Audit Board in accordance with Articles 19, 20 and 21, or delegating the power to do so to the Federal Committee;
(f) approving the written activity and financial management reports for the preceding period.