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Day 3

day3On the third day of the 88th FIDE Congress in Antalya, Turkey, the following Commissions held their respective meetings: 

- Social Project Commission 
- Commission for Women’s Chess 

- Anti-Cheating Commission 
- Chess in Schools Commission 
- Verification Commission 
- System of Parings and Programs 
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Announcement for the Executive Board
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The FIDE Secretariat informs that during the Executive Board Meeting, 13-14 October 2017, Commission’s Reports and Additional Annexes will be available in electronic format and will be displayed on screen. Those who need paper copies should advise the Secretariat in advance.



 
Day 2
kurallar komisyonuOn the second day of the 88th FIDE Congress in Antalya, Turkey, the following Commissions held their respective meetings:

- Qualification Commission (QC)
- Ethics Commission (ETH)
- Medical Commission (MED)
- Rules Commission (RC)

The Qualification Commission approved the title applications and discussed other items from the agenda: direct titles, late registrations and submissions, effects of no-service federations, review of rating system, rating of matches, and the Regulations for rapid and blitz ratings.
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Francois Strydom, Chairman of the FIDE Ethics Commission
 
88th FIDE Congress - Day 1
FIDE Congress Antalya
The 88th FIDE Congress started today at the Avantgarde Hotel in Antalya, Turkey.

The Congress is organized by the Turkish Chess Federation and attended by the FIDE Executive & Presidential Board, the FIDE Commissions, the FIDE Delegates and the National Chess Federations.

On the first day there were meetings of the Central Board of Commissions, the Marketing Committee, the Technical Commission (TEC), the Arbiters' Commission (ARB), the Trainers' Commission (TRG) and the Commission of Chess Journalists (CCJ).

The Central Board of Commissions discussed several important topics, including the seasonal effect on the FIDE budget in the odd years, the coordinated effort of various commissions to standardise and implement dress code, and the updating of the FIDE Handbook by assigning proper sections to relevant commissions for reviewing.
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