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Laufer, M. (1985). Proposed Amendments to the Constitution and Byelaws of the International Psychoanalytical Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 66:109-110.
(1985). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 66:109-110
Proposed Amendments to the Constitution and Byelaws of the International Psychoanalytical Association
The Committee on the Constitution and Byelaws of the IPA, Chairman Dr Jerome S. Beigler, Chicago, has formulated a number of proposed Amendments to the Constitution and Byelaws of the IPA. These are described in the following communication from Dr Beigler, which is self-explanatory.
These proposed Amendments will be discussed during the Business Meeting of the IPA to be held in Hamburg on Wednesday 31 July 1985, and submitted to a mail ballot of all full Members thereafter. If approved, they will be incorporated into the Constitution and Byelaws as at the date set for the return of ballots late in 1985.
MOSES LAUFER, Ph.D.
COMMUNICATION FROM DR JEROME S. BEIGLER, CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE CONSTITUTION & BYELAWS
The Committee on the Constitution and Byelaws herewith proposes amendments to the Constitution and Byelaws, following discussions held by Council in Madrid, in 1983, in Taunton, in 1984, and by correspondence since.
Proposed Amendment I:
Article 4 of the Constitution: Location of the Association
As all Members are aware, the IPA is in process of acquiring a property for its permanent headquarters. In order to comply with the legal requirements in the United Kingdom to do with the registration of Title of Ownership, one sentence has to be added to Article 4 of the Constitution, 'Location of the Association', as follows (the addition is in italics):
The principal office of the Association shall be located in the country of the President.
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