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Alpha Academy
(Public Association)

Chapter I. Name, purpose and address

Article 1

Under the name of Alpha Academy Association, which regulate their activities according to the Law 7/1997, of June 18th, associations (DOGC 2423, July 1) is formed, the Organic Law 1/2002, of 22 March, regulating the right of association (BOE No 73, of March 26), and its statutes.

Article 2

The aim of the association is the promotion of education, science and research, public health, medicine, education, the environment and conservation as well as development aid and international and global cultural understanding. Also the association is oriented to provide solutions and education for all. Defending the idea that nothing is more important and valuable today to understand and promote sustainability.

The purpose of the Association is to encourage and promote public education, especially in children with high IQs, as well as those who have an exceptional talent. Whether they are children, adolescents or adults.

The association also aims to the task of developing an independent, objective and rational thinking to support innovative and instruction of people with specific professional skills and assisting them for training and honing their skills for personal development. The association achieves its objectives, particularly through interactive learning programs on the Internet, by issuing its own magazine on various online content, informing the public and providing members a useful database. In order to achieve the purpose of the association, the association will be attended by experts and assistants as well as collaboration with other corporations where appropriate.

The Association supports the principle of equal opportunities. And the principle of non-discrimination against people on grounds of nationality, origin, race, skin-color, religion, sex, age and ideology. The association also aims to enforce these principles to their members and supervise its implementation.

The association shall have full freedom to work or join other organizations. The funds may only be used for lawful purposes. Members in its membership cannot obtain any benefit from the association, or be entitled to any items of the assets of the association. No person may benefit from expenses that are the purpose of the association, or overcompensation. All profit is excluded.

Article 3.

To fulfil its purposes, the Association may perform the following activities and actions: conferences, seminars, publications, interviews, meetings, awareness campaigns, publications, conferences and debates, competitions, courses, schools, exhibitions and leisure activities , cultural and sports leisure, social animation, professionals, and all those that contribute to achieving the aims of the association Alpha Academy.

Article 4.

The duration of the Association is indefinite. The dissolution agreement shall be taken under these statutes.

Article 5

The domicile of the association is established in Cuba Street 84, Valle Romano, Estepona, Malaga 29680. The main field of activity of the company is the registered office. However, it is also considered indicative of the level of activity, any other geographic reference (whether local, state or international) related to the activities of the association. The Board may, if necessary, modify the address.

Chapter II. Members of the association, their rights and obligations

Article 6

All people over 18 years may be part of the association. They must submit a written request to the Board, which will decide on this issue at the first meeting to take place and communicate in the immediate General Assembly.

Partners minors if any, have no vote in the assemblies or may elect or be elected to the Board.

Active members are those who are of age, ie those who are over 18 may only have a vote in the General Assembly. Each member has one vote.

Passive members have no voting rights, but are entitled to speak at the General Assembly.
Members are required to pay the prices set by the General Assembly and other benefits contributions (fees and the like).
Honorary members have freedom of speech, the right to petition and vote at the General Assembly. They are exempt from contributions and other benefits.

The association has:

a) Active members
b) LiabilityMembers
c) Honorary Members

Active members can be any person who is dedicated to the achievement of the purposes of the Association assets.
Passive members who support the ideology of the association.
Honorary members may be appointed by resolution of the General Meeting to individuals who have rendered outstanding services to the objectives of the association.

The members are all natural and legal persons who support the goals of the association.
Membership is obtained through the adoption of the Declaration by the Board.
The resignation of a member is made by notice in writing to the Board within three months before the end of the fiscal year.
A member can be expelled by resolution of the Board, if it conflicts with the objectives of the association or the performance of their duties, this measure will be adopted by the Board.

The General Meeting approve a fee regulation that regulates the amount of annual contributions payable.

Article 7

The rights of the members of the association:

Attend and vote at meetings of the General Assembly.
Elect or be elected to positions of representation or to exercise management positions.
To represent that were conferred in each case.
Intervene in the government and the managements, services and activities of the association, in accordance with the legal and statutory regulations.
Exposing the Assembly and the Board consider everything that can contribute to more effective life of the association and the effective realization of basic social goals.
Request and obtain explanations on the administration and management of the Board or of the leaders of the association.
First be heard in disciplinary action.
Receive information on the activities of the association.
Make use of the common services that the association establishes or has available.
Part of the working groups.
Owning a copy of the statutes.
Consult the books of the association.

Article 8

The duties of the members of the association:

Commit to the goals of the association and actively participate to get them.
Help support the association with the payment of fees, levies and other financial contributions set by statute and approved in accordance with these.
Fulfill other obligations arising from the statutory provisions.
Abide by and fulfill the agreements validly adopted by the governing bodies of the association.

Article 9

They are causes to be discharged from the association:

Decides that the person concerned has to communicate its decision in writing to the Board.
No pay prescribed fees.
Failing to comply with statutory obligations.

Chapter III.general Assembly

Article 10

The General Assembly is the sovereign body of the association; its members are part of it for himself and inalienable right.
Members of the association, gathered in legally constituted General Assembly, decide by majority vote matters within the jurisdiction of the Assembly.

All members are subject to the resolutions of the General Assembly, including those absent, those who disagree and those present who abstained from voting.

Article 11

The General Assembly has the following powers:

Amend the bylaws.
Elect and dismiss members of the governing body and control their activity.
Approve the annual budget and the settlement of annual accounts and to pass resolutions fixing the form and amount of the contribution to support the association and discharge made by the governing body.
To approve the dissolution of the association.
Joining other associations or unions separated.
Request the declaration of public utility.
Approve the rules of procedure.
Agree low or definitive separation, with a previous record, partners and associates.
Knowing and applications to be Club member, and also the high casualties partners and associates by a different from the final separation reason.
Decide on any other matter not directly attributed to any other organ of the association. The ratio of the powers in this article has a illustrative purposes only and does not limit the powers of the General Assembly.

Article 12

The General Assembly meets in regular session at least once a year, in the months between January and June, inclusive The governing body may convene the extraordinary general assembly whenever it deems convenient, and has to do when requested by a number of members not less than 10%; in this case, the meeting must take place within thirty days of the request.

Article 13

The meeting will be convened by the governing body through a call that must contain at least the agenda, place, date and time of the meeting.
The call has been to communicate fifteen days before the meeting date, individually and through a letter sent to the address recorded in the updated Club members must have the partnership relationship.
The meetings of the General Assembly, the chairman of the president of the association. If not, you have to replace successively Vice President or the oldest member of the Board. It should act as secretary who occupies the same position in the Board.
The secretary takes minutes of each meeting, who signed it and the president, with an extract of the deliberations, the text of the resolutions adopted, the numerical result of the vote and the list of people .At each session of the General Assembly the minutes of the previous meeting were read in order to approve or amend. Five days before, in any way, the minutes and other documents must be available to partners in the clubhouse.

Article 14

The general assembly is valid whatever the number of members present or represented.
10% of the partners may ask the governing body to include in the agenda of one or more issues to deal with and, if already convened assembly, provided they do so within the first third of the period between the receipt of the announcement and the date of that meeting.
The application can also be made directly to the assembly, which decides what it considers advisable, but only may pass resolutions on points not included in the agenda in the call statement, if so decided by a majority of three-quarters as well of those present.

Article 15

At meetings of the General Assembly, one vote to each member of the association.
Resolutions are taken by simple majority vote of the members present or represented.
To adopt agreements on the removal of the members, the modification of the statutes, the dissolution of the partnership, the establishment of a federation with similar associations or integration into an existing, you need a number of votes equal to two thirds parts of the audience. In any case, the choice of the Board, if several candidates are presented, will be made by agreement of the relative majority of the members present or represented.
Candidates who are formally presented are entitled to a copy of the list of members and their addresses certified by the secretary with the approval of the president.

Chapter IV. The Board

Article 16

Governs, administers and represents the association's Board of Directors, comprising the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and members. These charges must be held by different people.
The election of members of the Board, who must be members, is made by vote of the General Assembly. The persons elected take office after accepting the position.
The appointment and dismissal of the charges must be certified by the outgoing Secretary, with the approval of the outgoing president, and be reported to the Register of Associations.
Members of the Board may not carry out any activity paid by the association.

Article 17

The members of the Board of Directors hold office for a period of five years without prejudicing bereelected.
The dismissal of the charges before the end of his term regulation can be accomplished by:

a) Voluntary resignation submitted in writing in which you give reasons.
b) Illness incapacitating to hold office
c) Low as a member of the association
d) Punishment for a foul on tenure, imposed in accordance with the provisions of Article 13.3 of the Statute.
The vacancies on the Board are to provide in the first meeting of the General Assembly to take place. Meanwhile, a member of the association may provisionally fill the vacancy.

Article 18

The Board has the following powers:

a) To represent, manage and administer the association more broadly recognize the Law; also comply with the decisions taken by the General Assembly in accordance with rules, instructions and guidelines set this Assembly.
b) Take the necessary agreements in relation to the appearance before public bodies and to exercise all types of legal action and relevant resources.
c) To propose to the General Assembly to defend the interests of the association.
d) To propose to the General Assembly the defense of setting quotas that members of the association have to meet. e) convene the general assemblies and check that the agreements reached are fulfilled.
f) To present the balance sheet and statement of accounts for the year to the General Assembly for approval, and prepare the budget for the following year.
g) Hire employees that the association may have.
h) To inspect the accounts and worry for services work normally.
i) Establish working groups to achieve the most efficient and effective for the purposes of the association way, and authorize the activities that these groups plan to perform.
j) To appoint the members of the Board to be responsible for each working group, a proposal from the same groups.
k) Carry out the necessary steps against public bodies, institutions and others, to achieve:
- Grants or other assistance
- The use of premises or buildings that can become a place of coexistence and communication and also a citizen recovery center
l) To open current and savings accounts in any credit or savings and available funds you have in this deposit. The provision of funds is determined in Article 30.
m) provisionally solve any case not provided for in the statutes and exposed at the first meeting of the General Assembly.
n) Any other faculty that is not assigned a specific way to any other governing body of the association or has been expressly delegated.

Article 19

The Board, convened by the president or the person who replaces him, is to meet in ordinary session at intervals to its members decide, and in no case cannot be less than three.
He is to meet in extraordinary session when convened as such President or if requested by 25% of the members who compose it.

Article 20

The Board is validly constituted if convened in advance and there is a quorum of half plus one.
The members of the Board are required to attend all meetings convened, although, for good cause, may be excused. The attendance of the president or the secretary or the persons replacing them is always required.
The Board takes the decisions by a simple majority vote of those present.

Article 21

The Board may delegate some of its powers to one or various committees or working groups if it has to do with the favourable vote of two thirds of its members.
You can also name, with the same quorum, one or more agents to play the role entrusted to them with the authority sees fit to confer in each case.

Article 22

The resolutions of the Board are to be recorded in the minutes and must be signed by the secretary and the president. At the beginning of each meeting of the Board, be read the minutes of the previous session to be approved or rectified, if appropriate. Chapter V. The president and vice president

Article 23

These are the functions of the president:

a)He/She Directly and legally represent the association, by delegation of the General Assembly and the Board.
b) Preside and chair the proceedings of both the General Assembly and the Board.
c) Issue a deciding vote in case of a tie.
d) Establish the convening of meetings of the General Assembly and the Board.
e) Endorse the minutes and certificates made by the secretary of the association
f) The remaining powers of own position and those delegated to it by which the General Assembly or the Board.
The President is replaced in his absence or illness, by the Vice President or the oldest member of the Board in that order.

Chapter VI. The treasurer and secretary

Article 24

The treasurer is responsible for the custody and control of the resources of the association, as well as budgeting and balance and clearance of accounts. It carries a cash book. Signature, quota, receipts and other treasury documents. Pays the bills approved by the Board, which must be approved by the president, and enters the surplus in deposits at credit or savings.

Article 25

The secretary must keep documentation of the association, lifting, draft and sign the minutes of the meetings of the General Assembly and the Board, write and authorize the certificates it takes to deliver and bring the register of members.

Chapter VII. Committees or working groups

Article 26

The creation and constitution of any committee or working group are to raise the members of the association who want to train, they have to inform the Board and explain the activities they intend to undertake.
The Board is of concern to analyse the various committees or working groups, whose managers have to present once a month a detailed report of its activities.

Chapter VIII. The economic system

Article 27

This association has a foundational Capital represented by 100 euros.
The economic resources of the association are fed by:

a) the quota set by the General Assembly for its members
b) government grants or private
c) donations, inheritances or legacies
d) the same property income or other income that may be obtained

Article 28

All association members are obliged to support it financially, through quotas or spill, fashion and apportioned by the General Assembly on the proposal of the Board.
The General Assembly may establish membership fees, monthly installments - to be paid per month, quarter or semester, as available to the Directive Board and special assessments.

Article 29

The financial year coincides with the calendar year and ends on December 31.

Article 30

In current accounts or savings books opened in credit or savings, must bear the signatures of the president, treasurer and secretary.
In order to have sufficient funds will be two signatures, one of which must be the Treasurer or the President.

Chapter IX. The disciplinary system

Article 31

The governing body may punish offenses committed by defaulting partners.
These offenses can be described as minor, serious and very serious, and penalties can range from a reprimand to expulsion from the association, as established by the internal regulations.
The disciplinary procedure is initiated ex officio or as a result of a complaint or communication. At the end of 10 days, the Board appointed an instructor, which handles the disciplinary proceedings and propose the resolution within 15 days, after hearing the alleged infringer.
The final decision, which must be justified and approved by two thirds of the members of the Board, the governing body adopts this also within a period of 15 days.
Against sanctions for serious or very serious agreed by the Board faults, interested persons may appeal if the internal regulations establishing the procedure for doing so, in the first general assembly takes place.

Chapter X. Dissolution

Article 32

The association may be dissolved if agreed by the General Assembly, specially convened expressly for this purpose.

Article 33

Once agreed the dissolution, the General Assembly must take appropriate action both as regards the destination of the goods and rights of association as to the purpose, the termination and settlement of any pending operation.
The Assembly is empowered to elect a liquidating commission whenever it deems necessary.
Members of the association are exempt from personal liability. Their liability is limited to fulfill the obligations that they have voluntarily.
The clean surplus resulting from the settlement is directly delivered to the public or private non-profit organization in the territorial scope of the partnership, it has placed more emphasis on its activity for charities.
The functions of liquidation and execution of the agreements mentioned in the previous paragraphs of this article are the responsibility of the Board if the General Assembly does not give this mission to a specially appointed liquidation committee.

Alpha Academy Public Association
C/Cuba Alto 84, Valle Romano, 26980 Estepona (Malaga) Spain
Tel. 0034 664 744 962 Skype ggapex Email
NIF G 93305944