The Assembly is the supreme authority of FIBA Africa. It defines the general policy and takes the decisions necessary for its implementation. It shall hold sovereign powers within its terms of reference under the present General Statutes.
The Assembly may be ordinary or extraordinary.
The Assembly consists of:
- A maximum of two delegates per affiliated National Federation with the right to one (1) vote per National Federation. This voting right shall be granted to the first delegate if both are present. The two delegates must present a document signed by the President of their National Federation attesting that they are delegates of that National Federation. A delegate cannot represent more than one federation at the same time.
- Members of the FIBA Africa Central Board, who have consultative powers only (no voting rights), unless they are acting as a delegate of a National Federation.
- Members of the Executive Committee of FIBA Africa, who have consultative powers only (no voting rights), unless they are acting as a delegate of a National Federation.
- Honorary President and Honorary Members, President Emeritus and Secretary General Emeritus. They have consultative powers only (no voting rights).
- The Secretary General of FIBA or his Delegate. He has consultative powers only (no voting rights).
The ordinary Assembly is held every four (4) years at the FIBA Africa Headquarters or in another city with the prior approval of FIBA. It shall be held in the same calendar year and at least sixty (60) days prior to the elective Assembly of FIBA.
The meadow term of office Assembly shall be held every two (2) years at the headquarters of FIBA Africa or in another city with the previous agreement of FIBA.
Download the FIBA AFRICA General Statutesfor more precise information about the Assembly duties (see Articles 17, 18, 19, 20, 21).