Bodies of Iran Chamber
Article 6: The bodies of the Iran Chamber are as follows:
A: The Supreme Supervisory Council
B: The Board of Delegates
C: The Board of Directors
Article 7: The bodies of the provincial chambers are as follows:
A: The Board of Delegates
B: The board of Directors
Article 8: The supreme supervisory council consists of the following persons:
Ministers of commerce , Economic affairs and finance , Industries , Mines and Metals Agriculture , the chief of the Standard Institute , The president and two vice-presidents of the Iran Chamber, The minister of commerce act as the chairman of the supreme supervisory council.
Article 9: The duties of the supreme supervisory council are as follows:
A: Reviewing and approving the by-law regarding the membership in each of the chambers and determination of its limits upon the proposal of the board of directors.
B: Policy-making and determination of the general policies of the chamber and supreme supervision of the suitable implementation of the same in the framework of the relevant laws and regulations.
C: Consider the proposals and complaints of the chambers regarding the quality of their activities and methods for improvement of the affairs.
D: Dissolute the chambers according to the Article 10.
E: Appoint the provisional board of directors for a 3-month period for the chambers which are not able to accomplish their duties and at the same time announcing the date of holding a new election.
F: Hear the report about the performance of the Iran Chamber and take decisions on the views presented by it.
Note 1: The supervisory council holds session at least twice a year. The manner of holding the sessions and achieving a quorum will be outlined in a by-law that will be approved by the supreme supervisory council.
Note 2: Instances and conditions of the annulment of chamber membership will be according to the by-law which the board of directors will recommend to the supreme supervisory council for approval.
Article 10: The chambers shall be dissolved permanently or temporary by the declaration of the supreme supervisory council on the following reasons:
1. Losing the minimum members needed.
2. Failure of the members to put up themselves as candidates and refusal to undertake responsibilities at the chamber.
Note: By the declaration of dissolution released by the supreme supervisory council a board of 3 members will be appointed by the council to decide regarding the assets and financial undertakings of the chamber in question, according to a by-law which will be approved by the council and also based on the current laws about the winding up of companies.