Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

Inner Wheel Regulations

Inner Wheel Regulations


İNNER WHEEL 242.Regional Federation Regulations



Name of Federation: INNER WHEEL 242.Regional Federation ’stop

Center: The center of the Federation is Istanbul


Federation; In the light of democratic, secular, modern and libertarian principles, to maintain unity and solidarity within the framework of democratic, secular, social and effective state of law, to encourage genuine friendship and friendship The aim of this course is to provide a good understanding of the concept of good faith and peace, To provide useful services to the society in the fields of Education, Health, Environment and similar social issues, To cooperate with the institutions and organizations operating for this purpose was established to cooperate with organizations.


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- ınnerwheel Area Association of Turkey; "Confederation"

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- InnerWheel 242 Regional Federation Past Presidents ları Past President of the Area Area

- Inner Wheel 242.Regional Federation member Inner Wheel Say



1) Doing research for the activation and development of activities,

2) Organize training activities such as courses, seminars, conferences and panels,

3) To provide all kinds of information, documents, documents and publications required for accomplishing the purpose, to create a documentation center, to announce the activities of the newspaper, publish magazines, books and newsletters,

4) To provide a healthy working environment for the realization of the purpose, to provide all kinds of technical equipment, fixtures and stationery,

5) Establish and operate economic, commercial and industrial enterprises to provide the revenues needed to achieve the objectives of the Statute,

6) To organize and maintain human relations between members, such as dinner, concert, ballroom, theater, exhibition, sports, sightseeing and fun activities and so on. organize or ensure that members benefit from such activities,

7) To buy, sell, rent, rent and lease real estate on real estate needed for association activities,

8) To establish a foundation at home and abroad, establish a federation or participate in an established federation, where necessary establish,

9) Doing international activities, becoming a member of, and collaborating with, federations or organizations abroad,

10) In cases where it is deemed necessary for the realization of the purpose, the provisions of the Law on the Relations of Associations and Foundations with Public Institutions, to carry out joint projects in the fields of activity with their organizations,

11) publishes all kinds of time and time without notice from the authorities; Newspapers, magazines, books, CDs, brochures, newsletters, announcements, papers, etc. Makes promotional tools such as. Internet publishing, slide, multivision shows, makes and organizes.

12) Association badge, yearly calendar, cultural calendar, all kinds of advertisements, promotions and giveaways. Makes the definition of products produced by members,

13) can provide assistance to joint projects and collaborated institutions in accordance with the instructions to be adopted by the General Assembly.

14) Association develops solutions to the common problems of its members, works to announce their problems, with relevant Government Agencies establish relationships. It also provides legal advice when necessary.

15) Social responsibility Prepares social assistance and solidarity plans and projects.

16) It can make promotions and information about all kinds of roads and vehicles.

17) With the provisions of the aid collection legislation, help from natural and legal persons, both domestic and foreign, in accordance with this regulation, The right to donation, usufruct and silence shall be deemed conditional and unconditional.

18) Association sets up advisory committees and commissions to achieve their goals, and conducts academic studies of experts.

19) Any activity that is permitted by Laws and Regulations.

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The Federation executes its work by observing the following basic principles.

    a) The Federation is a democratic organization. It is independent in line with its aims and principles.
    b) Defends people's equality, brotherhood, and is against discrimination.
    c) Does not discriminate between race, language, belief, political opinion, gender, respects any idea.
    d) Defends and respects national and moral values, and advocates for human rights and universal values.
    e) He sees loving people, being honest as a virtue and respecting the environment.
    f) Scientific and innovative.
    g) No political party operates regardless of opinion and thought.


The Federation operates in the country and abroad.


Membership :

    a The Federation

    b ) Federation-approved Inner W heel Club Statement By accepting the Regulations Inner W heel in the General Assembly in accordance with the provisions of these Regulationsn.

    c The Federation has committed to comply with the internal regulations, Inner W heel can be a member of the federation

    d) Member associations must comply with and comply with the provisions of the Federation Regulations containing their objectives.

    e) Member associations are charged with applying the decisions of the Federation Board of Directors
    f) Federation associations should choose the delegates who will represent their association in the Federation General Assembly and notify the Federation Board of Directors in writing within two weeks at the latest. Reviews
B) Unsubscribing : No members can be forced to join the federation, each member association Federation Board of Directors
C Unsubscribe : Those who act against the purpose of the Federation Those who do not come without excuse and do not attend to the Federation, who do not pay their dues to the Federation, who do not comply with the decisions taken by the competent bodies and who do not perform the duties given are not removed from membership. The member association has the right to apply to the General Assembly. The decision of the General Assembly is final. Associations that are issued or removed from membership cannot claim any rights on Federation goods. D) Membership and Attendance : Each member will pay an annual membership fee according to the number of members. The General Assembly is authorized to decide to increase and decrease the membership fee. Member associations may not exercise their right to vote and be elected unless they pay the membership fee. Membership in associations that do not pay the entry fee cannot be decided.
E) Leaving membership : Delegates who are members of the Board of Directors, Auditors and Honors the delegates from their substitute members shall continue their duties in case of separation. However, if the substitute members are inadequate or if they do not accept the duty, they will continue until the general assembly is held. If more than one half of the members of the Board of Directors, Supervisory and Honorary Board (including reserves) resign, Extraordinary General Assembly must be held.

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The organs of the Federation are;

    a) General Assembly
    b) Board of Directors
    c) Supervisory Board


The General Assembly is the most competent body of the federation. It meets once a year in MAY.


It consists of delegates elected by the General Assembly of the member associations. Each member association Member (5) principal and (5) (substitute is represented. Each member of the association for any reason whatsoever reduction in the absence, in the event of absence of the missing, the delegates will not replace the delegate will pass. The Board of Directors must decide in writing within 15 days before the meeting of the Board of Directors. If not, it shall be deemed to be accepted to represent the member association in the top of the list in the list declared to the Federation. The delegation of the delegate declared in the federation shall terminate immediately if the member has the right to release and within two weeks of the member association notifying the federation in writing that the delegation is terminated. i. If he does not resign his position in the federation will continue until the first General Assembly.


The General Assembly shall convene in an extraordinary manner when the Board of Directors or the Board of Auditors deems it necessary or upon the written request of 1/5 of the delegates. Despite the written request of the Supervisory Board or 1/5 of the delegates, if the meeting is not called within 30 days of the General Assembly, the Board of Directors, the relevant provisions of the Associations Act shall be applied.


The General Assembly shall be held in a place where the Federation center is located or in a City or County where the member associations are located.


The Board of Directors organizes the list of delegates who are entitled to attend the General Assembly according to the Federation Regulations. Delegates who are entitled to attend the General Assembly are called to the meeting at least fifteen days in advance by presenting the date, time, place and agenda in a newspaper or in writing or by e-mail in return for signature. If the meeting cannot be held due to the lack of majority in this call, the day, hour and place of the second meeting will be stated. The period between the first meeting and the second meeting cannot be less than seven days and not more than sixty days. If the meeting is postponed for any other reason than the reason of not being able to obtain a majority, this situation shall be announced to the delegates in accordance with the call for the first meeting by specifying the reasons for postponement. The second meeting must be held no later than six months after the date of withdrawal. Delegates are called to the second meeting according to the principles mentioned in the first paragraph. The General Assembly meeting that is decided to be made shall not be postponed more than once.


The General Assembly convenes with the participation of more than half of the total number of delegates. If there is no sufficient majority in the first meeting, the second meeting is held by the delegates. However, if the number of delegates attending this meeting is less than twice the number of principal members of the Board of Directors, the General Assembly meeting cannot be held.


The list of delegates who have the right to attend the General Assembly is available at the meeting place. Identity cards issued by official authorities of the delegates who will enter the meeting place, as well as the ID cards issued by the Federation are checked by the members of the Board of Directors or by the officers to be appointed by the Board of Directors. Delegates sign their names in the list of the Board of Directors. Delegates who do not show identification documents, who do not sign the specified list and who do not have the right to attend the General Assembly are not accepted to the meeting place. These individuals can follow the General Assembly meeting in a separate and appropriate section provided that they do not prevent the release of the General Assembly and not interfere with the delegates. If a sufficient number of meetings is met, the meeting shall be determined by a minute and the meeting shall be opened by the Board of Directors Chairman or one of the Board of Directors members to be appointed. If the quorum is not met, a minutes of the Board of Directors shall be issued. After the opening, a Chairman and a Chairman of the Board of Directors are elected to manage the meeting and a Board of Directors is formed. The delegates who vote in the voting for the election of the Federation bodies must show their identity to the Court and sign their names in the List of Attendants.

The Board of Directors is responsible for the management and security of the meeting. The General Assembly will discuss the issues on the agenda and conclude with the decision. Each delegate has one vote at the General Assembly; The delegate has to use the game personally. The issues discussed and the decisions taken at the meeting are written in a minutes and signed together with the Chairman of the Board and the Secretaries. At the end of the meeting, minutes and other documents shall be submitted to the Board of Directors Chairman. The Chairman of the Board of Directors is responsible for protecting these documents and submitting them to the newly elected Board of Directors within seven days. In case of appointment of a trustee to the court or the appointment of a member in accordance with the second paragraph of Article 75 of the Civil Code, the duties given to the Board of Directors in this article shall be fulfilled by such persons.


In the Federation General Assembly, only the items on the agenda are discussed. However, at least 1/10 of the delegates present at the meeting should be consulted in writing before the General Assembly agenda.


The following works are discussed and resolved by the General Assembly.

    a) Selecting Federation bodies. (Management, Audit, etc.)
    b) Changing Federation Regulations.
    c) Review the study reports of organs selected by the Federation General Assembly, Evaluate, decide on reports.
    d) Accept the budget and squad schedules by discussing or changing them.
    e) The authority on the Board of Directors to purchase immovable property on behalf of the Federation, to sell the property, to establish the same rights on the behalf of the federation. The Board of Directors is authorized to sell, rent, or establish rights in the same rights.
    f) To operate with the same purpose institutions and organizations abroad by obtaining the necessary permission from the competent authorities in accordance with the law in cases where it is beneficial to cooperate with the international organizations by fulfilling the necessary legal requirements. or Deciding to join or leave the organizations located abroad.
    g) Review and decide on the objections of member associations and executives expelled from the federation.
    h) Doing other tasks specified in the Regulations with the general provisions written in the Associations Act.
    j) To decide on the termination of the Federation, how and where to make the liquidation of goods in case of termination, to appoint the officers of the Liquidation Committee.
    k) To authorize the Board of Directors to join the Federation in confederations.

At the general assembly, unless otherwise agreed, voting is open. In the open voting, the method specified by the chairman of the general assembly shall be applied. In case of secret voting, papers or ballot papers sealed by the chairman of the meeting shall be cast into a empty container after being made by the members and after the expiry of the voting, the statement shall be cast and the result shall be determined.

The decisions of the General Assembly shall be taken by the absolute majority of the members attending the meeting. However, amendments to the bylaws and dissolution of the association can only be taken by a two-thirds majority of the members attending the meeting.



The Board of Directors is the decision and executive body of the Federation. The President of the Federation shall also select the President of the Federation as the President and the Federation Board of Directors consists of a substitute member. The term of office is (1) years. At the first meeting of the Board of Directors, the division of office is made by defining the President of the Federation, Vice-Presidents, Secretary General, General Treasurer and Board of Directors member.


    a) Doing the work required by the purpose of the Federation, implementing the Federation work program, statutes and General Assembly resolutions.
    b) Implementing the budget of the Federation, designing the new budget and executing records.

    c) Calling the Federation's General Assembly to a regular and extraordinary meeting.
    d) Prepare the agenda of the General Assembly meetings.
    e) Deciding on membership or denial of associations that apply to the Federation.
    f) To execute decisions made at the General Assembly on the work of the Federation.
    g) To authorize committees, committees, committees, establish and remove committees, and to delegate one or more of the members' associations or members of associations.
    h) To prepare and enforce internal directives concerning the internal functioning of the Federation and in particular the functioning of the committees and committees it will establish.

    i) To participate in the General Assembly meetings of member associations representing the Federation.

    j) To do all kinds of Studies arising from laws, Federation Regulations and General Assembly resolutions.
    k) Deciding to become a member of established or established Confederations that overlap for the same purpose.



The Board of Directors convenes upon the call of the Chairman to discuss the issues on the agenda. The Secretary General prepares the meeting agenda. The issues that at least five members want to be discussed are also included in the agenda. The President may invite the Board of Directors to an extraordinary meeting. Board of Directors meetings are held with the participation of more than half of the members. Decisions are taken by absolute majority. In the case of equality of votes in the Board of Directors, it shall be deemed to have been decided upon by the opinion of the party where the chairman is. The vacant Board of Directors membership is immediately completed with the substitute member according to the ranking. Board of Directors membership of the member who does not attend the meeting of three ordinary and extraordinary management committees in a row, falls outside the Board of Directors member and decides that the membership falls.


President; The Federation as a whole represents in every matter. The Chairman is also responsible for the Board of Directors' members at the first degree of all kinds of transactions and transactions of the federation. The Board presides over the Board of Directors and is authorized to make all kinds of statements, statements, statements and press conferences for the purposes of the federation. The number of Vice-Presidents, who will serve in the Board of Directors, is authorized to count the number of Vice Presidents according to the conditions.


The Vice-Chairpersons shall replace the President in the absence of the President and where the President has authorized it and may exercise the powers of the Chairman. It helps the President in normal times and ensures the follow-up of the federation work and relations with other units.

Investigates the problems and solutions of the associations affiliated with the Federation in all areas. As the representative of the area, it carries out the activities of gaining new associations to our federation. By establishing service committees, the Board of Directors conducts investigations which may be the source, presents them to the federation management in a report.


The Secretary-General shall ensure that all affairs of the federation are carried out, the organization of the federation and its relations with democratic mass organizations and coordination. In the absence of the Vice-Chairpersons, the Secretary-General shall act as the Vice-Chairperson and shall exercise his / her powers.


The General Accountant executes the financial transactions of the Federation and ensures that the accounts are kept. It prepares projects on financial issues and ensures that the accounts are kept in a proper and timely manner.


The Supervisory Board consists of three principal and three alternate members among the delegates of the Federation. It is elected by the General Assembly of the Federation. At most one delegate from an association is assigned. The Supervisory Board oversees the budget implementation and expenditures of the Board of Directors. The Board of Auditors meets at least every 6 months. It examines the Federation accounts and related books and warns the Board of Directors for any deficiencies.

Duties and Powers of the Supervisory Board

Audit board; whether the Association operates in accordance with the working subjects stated in the Regulations and in order to carry out the purpose and purpose, and whether the books, accounts and records are kept in accordance with the legislation and the Association Regulations. reports to the Board of Directors and to the General Assembly when they are collected.

Audit board; calls the general assembly when necessary.

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Internal audit is essential in the Federation. Supervision by other bodies or external controls does not abolish the authority and obligation of the supervisory board to conduct audits. In case of request of the supervisory board, all kinds of information, documents and records shall be submitted for examination by the federation authorities. However, no documents and records can be taken out of the federation. Reports the results of the audit to the General Assembly. The General Assembly calls an extraordinary meeting.


In the association, books are listed below.

a) The books to be kept on the basis of the business account and the principles to be followed are as follows:

1-Decision Book: Board of Directors decisions are written in this book in the date and number respectively, and decisions are signed by the members attending six meetings.

2- Member Registry: The identity information of the members who are registered as members of the association and their entry and exit dates are recorded in this book. The amount of entry and annual fees paid by members can be processed in this book.

3- Document Registry: Incoming and outgoing documents are saved in this book with date and sequence number. The original copies of incoming documents and outgoing documents are filed. Incoming or outgoing documents are sent by e-mail.

4- Operational Account Book: Revenues received and income on behalf of the association are clearly and regularly recorded in this book.

5- Receipt Document Registry: The serial and sequence numbers of the receipt documents, the names, surnames and signatures of the recipients of these documents and the dates they received and returned are recorded in this book.

6- Fixture Book: The date of purchase of the fixtures belonging to the association and the places where they are used or given and the ones whose periods of use have been withdrawn are recorded in this book.

Receipt of the Receipt Document and the Asset Book are not mandatory.

b) The books to be kept on the balance sheet and the principles to be followed are as follows:

The books registered in sub-paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of paragraph 1- (a) are also kept in the case of books kept on a balance sheet basis.

2 - Journal and Large Book: The manner in which these books are kept by the procedure is made according to the principles of the Tax Procedural Code and the General Communiqués of the Accounting System Implementation published pursuant to the authorization given to the Ministry of Finance by this Law.


The authority to decide on the amendment to the Statute belongs to the General Assembly. The General Assembly convenes with the participation of at least 2/3 of the delegates who are entitled to participate in the amendment. If the meeting is postponed due to lack of majority, no majority is required in the second meeting. However, in both meetings, a two-thirds majority of delegates may decide to change the statutes.

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The Federation may establish representative offices or liaison offices where it deems it necessary, without having the character of any legal body. Control of the representative and liaison offices belongs to the federation Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board.


The revenues of the Federation;

    a) Dues and participation fees that members will pay.
    b) Any donations and aids.
    c) Federation publications, such as newspapers, magazines and bulletins, will be organized lottery, prom, entertainment, representation, exhibition, excursion, auction, sports competition, conference, incomes such as course, competition, tournament, kermes, table tennis, billiards, chess.
    d) Revenues from the Federation's assets.
    e) Revenues from the local area where the Federation will operate for its purpose.
    f) Revenues from economic and commercial activities to be established and installed.
    g) Treasure aids from the general budget.
    h) All in-kind and cash, movable and immovable donations to be made by natural and legal persons, national and international, private organizations and their incomes and municipal revenues in force Municipal assistance in accordance with the relevant articles of the Law.
    i) Benefits from Special Administrative budgets.
    j) Income and shares from joint projects with local and foreign public and private institutions and organizations. k) Funds and supports from local and foreign institutions and organizations, real and legal entities, due to projects prepared by the Federation. l) Consists of donations and grants to be collected in accordance with the provisions of laws, regulations and statutes.

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The Federation may borrow in accordance with the Board of Directors decision if it is needed to achieve its purpose and to carry out its activities. This borrowing can be made in cash as well as in purchasing goods and services with credit. However, this borrowing cannot be made in amounts that cannot be met by the Federation's income sources and in such a way as to make the Federation difficult to pay.

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The revenues of the Federation are collected in exchange for the receipt with the bottom row and the order numbered receipt, the expenses are documented. Dip sticks and consumables are stored for as long as required by applicable legislation. The Federation money is deposited in the account to be opened in a bank in the name of the Federation. The amount of money to be determined by the Board of Directors is taken into consideration by considering the needs of the Federation. Member associations are credited to associations by the associations, or given to the General Accountant for receipt.


The Federation may receive in-kind and cash assistance from individuals, institutions and organizations abroad and may benefit from all kinds of funds, grants and projects. The Federation may cooperate with international organizations and / or international associations, federations, confederations and organizations to achieve the objectives set out in the Regulations.


The Federation, in order to realize the objectives shown in the Regulations, similar associations, federations and confederations, workers 'and employers' unions and professional etc. receive financial assistance from organizations and provide financial assistance to the institutions concerned. In accordance with the legislation in force, the federation can take part in, collaborate with and conclude joint projects with institutions and organizations, real and legal persons at home and abroad.


The Federation may establish platforms to achieve a common goal with other associations, foundations, trade unions, federations, confederations, unions and similar non-governmental organizations in areas that are related to their objectives and are not prohibited by law.


When the General Assembly decides that a decision of termination is made, the liquidation of the money, property and rights of the Federation shall be made by the liquidation committee consisting of the last Board of Directors members. These transactions shall be commenced on the date on which the decision of the general assembly is terminated or the self-termination is finalized.

In all transactions during the liquidation period, Federation stop Tas is used in the federation name NER INNER WHEEL 242.Regional Federation in Liquidation sür. The liquidation board is authorized and authorized to complete the liquidation of the money, property and rights of the Federation in accordance with the legislation.

This board first examines the accounts of the Federation. During the examination, the books, receipts, expenditure documents, title and bank records and other documents of the Federation shall be determined and their assets and liabilities are recorded in a minutes. During the liquidation proceedings, the creditors of the Federation shall be called and the goods shall be paid to the creditors, if any. In case the Federation is a creditor, the receivables are collected. After the collection of receivables and the payment of debts, all the remaining money, property and rights are transferred to the Federation in equal amounts to the member associations. In the general assembly, if the transferable place is not determined, it shall be transferred to the association with the highest number of members at the date of closure and the closest to its purpose in the province where the Federation is located.

All transactions related to liquidation are presented in the liquidation report and the liquidation proceedings are completed within three months, excluding the additional periods given by the local administrative authorities for a just cause.

After the liquidation and decommissioning of the money, property and rights of the Federation, it is obligatory to inform the local administrative authority of the place where the federation center is located in a letter within seven days by the liquidation committee, and to include the liquidation report in this letter.

The Board of Directors members have the duty to keep the books and documents of the Federation as the board of directors. This task can also be assigned to a Board of Directors member. These books and records must be kept for five years.


The provisions of the Associations Act, the Turkish Civil Code and the Associations Regulation and other applicable legislation on the federation shall apply for matters not specified in this by-law.