(MENAFN- Gulf Times) Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani will preside over the chamber's second General Assembly Meeting (GAM) Sunday, May 28, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
The meeting's agenda will review the board of directors' report on the chamber's activities and financial status for 2022.
It will also discuss and approve the auditor's report on the chamber's budget, final accounts, and the statement of revenues and expenses for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022. It also will include discharging the members of the board of directors and approving the estimated budget for the fiscal year 2023, in addition to appointing a new auditor for the fiscal year 2023.
The GAM will also witness the election of a new board of directors for the seventh council. The final list of candidates for the new board of directors included 25 candidates.
All insurance, banking, services, tourism, and agriculture candidates won by acclamation. They are Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani, representing the insurance sector, Rashid bin Nasser al-Kaabi (banking), Ibtihajal-Ahmadani (services), Sheikh Hamad bin Ahmad bin Abdullah bin Ahmed al-Thani (tourism), and Mohamed bin Ahmed bin Towar al-Kuwari (agriculture).
The trade sector included eight candidates who are competing for five seats: Mohamed Mahdi Ajian al-Ahbabi, Rashid Hamad Hazaa Hamad al-Athba, Mohamed Sultan Abdullah al-Ali, Khalid Klefeekh Khalid al-Hajri, Mohamed JawharSaeed Mohamed al-Mohamed, Abdulrahman Abduljalil Abdulghani al-Abdulghani, Mohamed Ali Iskandar, and Ali Jassim Jabr Tawar al-Kuwari.
There are six candidates competing for four seats in the contracting sector: Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed Ali al-Obaidli, Nasser Sulaiman Haidaral-Haidar, Ahmed Mohamed Sultan al-Jaber, Nasser Ahmed al-Meer, Shaheen MohamedLahdan al-Muhannadi, and Ali Abdullatif al-Misnad.
The industry sector has six candidates compete for three seats: Abdullah Mohamed Abdulrahim al-Emadi, Abdulrahman Abdullah Ibrahim al-Ansari, Fahd Mohamed Fahd Buzwair, Khaled Jabr Sultan al-Kuwari, Ali Hassan Ibrahim al-Emadi, and Mohamed Talib Mohamed al-Khoury.
In a statement, Qatar Chamber said members entitled to attend the GAM and vote in the elections are those who have already paid the chamber's membership fees for 2023 until the date of the first meeting, which was held last May 10. Related Story
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