AEJ Organisation

Executive Committee

AFTER MODIFIED STATUTES (decision of AEJ Int. General Assembly of 23 November 2013, in Brussels) CAME IN FORCE ON 12 DECEMBER 2013, THE AEJ INT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS BEEN REPLACED BY THE AEJ INT. BOARD


AEJ Executive Committee after Offida 2012

(ExCom members/votes: President elected by GA; ex officio national sections SecGen’s; others elected by GA -> 25 members with 26 votes)

1 – ARMENIA Liana Sayadyan (Pres. Armenia)
2 - AUSTRIA Elisabeth Horvath
3 - BELGIUM N. Peter Kramer (AEJ Rep for ‘Brussels’)
4 – BULGARIA Kristina Hristova  (Pres. Bulgaria also AEJ Rep for AEJ Enlargement)

5 – CZECH REP – Tony Papaleo

6 – FRANCE – Fabrice Pozzoli Montenay

7 – FRANCE – Jean Quatremer (Pres. France)
8 - GREECE Saia Tsaousidou (also AEJ VP)  
9 - HUNGARY Jozsef Horvath  

10/11 – IRELAND Eileen Dunne (and AEJ President)

12 - ITALY Luigi Cobisi (treasurer)

13 - ITALY Carmelo Occhino (also Hon. AEJ VP)

14 – MOLDOVA Aneta Grosu
15 - NETHERLANDS Koos van Houdt  (also AEJ Rep EU Regional Policy)

16 - POLAND Krzysztof Bobinski
17 - ROMANIA Oana Enachescu  

18 – SERBIA – Miloje Popovic
19 - SLOVAKIA Tibor Macak  (also AEJ Sec Gen)
20 - SPAIN Javier F. Arribas (AEJ VP)

21 – SPAIN Miguel Angel Aguilar (also Hon. AEJ Sec Gen)

22 – TURKEY Dogan Tilic (Pres. Turkey, also Hon. VP)

23 – UK Margaret Hughes
24 - UK William Horsley (AEJ Rep MF and Pres. AEJ UK))

25 – UK David Lennon (AEJ VP)
26 - UKRAINE Artur Rudzitsky

 

3 Honorary members (no vote!):

·         HON.PRES Athanase Papandropoulos (Greece)

·         HON.PRES Diego Carcedo (Spain)

·         HON.SEC GEN Juraj Alner (Slovakia)

 

4 Official contact persons (no vote!):

·         BELLERUSSE Andrei Aliaksandrau

·         CROATIA Zdenko Duka

·         FINLAND Patrick Humphreys

·         PORTUGAL Fernanda Gabriel