Establishment of Chamber of Commerce in Hamedan
The law on chambers of commerce was adopted by the National Assembly on 35 October 1999 (see annex number 1). Gradually, by the year 1310, a number of cities in the country, including Hamedan, were granted permission to establish a room, and preparations were made for its election. The Hamadan Chamber of Commerce elections were held simultaneously with other cities in 1310. The announcement of the election of the Chamber of Commerce and Internal Regulations in Hamedan is as follows:
Announcement of the election of the Chamber of Commerce
"Because, pursuant to Article (2) of the Amended Chamber of Commerce Act of March 15, 1310, the Government has approved the establishment of the Chamber of Commerce in the city of Hamadan, in accordance with the provisions of the Chambers of Commerce Act dated October 10, 1309 and the Act amended on March 15, 1310, and According to the deadline No. 96/2193 dated 17/1/10, the General Directorate of Commerce of the Hamadan Chamber of Commerce Elections has been set up in accordance with Article 13 of the Chambers of Commerce in Alvand Hamadan and now informs the merchants of the following terms in accordance with Article 14 of the said Law. :
1) The names of businessmen residing in Hamadan who, in accordance with the provisions of the law, have the right to elect members of the Chamber of Commerce in accordance with Article 13 of the Law, are registered in the Special Offices and are available at the following centers for the gentlemen and business executives of the following companies for five days from Thursday, May 3, 2011. These are: 1- Hassan Khan Hall of Mr. Hassanine 2-Haji Mohammad Baqir Hall of Mr. Shahla 3-Hijra Mr. Irvani Sharifieh.
(2) Businessmen and business executives may refer to the said chamber in accordance with article 13 and, if a name is omitted, shall record and notify the Election Commission of the information contained in the centers for this purpose.
Article 9 - Businessmen and companies and business entities that meet the following requirements may participate in the election of members of the Chamber of Commerce.
A) Their name is registered in the corporate tax and business tax office of the constituency.
B) not be convicted of a crime.
C) not to be bankrupt and not to blame or if they have previously gone bankrupt in accordance with the law of restitution.
D) not be under guardianship.
E) reside in the Chamber of Commerce.
Note - Each corporation has one vote that will be restored by the official representative of that company in any constituency of the Chamber of Commerce having its branch, and no trader may have more than one vote.
Legal companies will have two votes.
Article 10 - Members of the Chambers of Commerce may be selected and designated as having the following conditions:
A) Not less than 30 years of age.
B) be a citizen of Iran.
(C) Have a seat in the Chamber of Commerce.
D) their name is registered in the office referred to in Article 13.
(E) Not be convicted of a crime.
F) not to be bankrupt or to have their credit restored if they have previously gone bankrupt.
E) have been trading in their own name for five years and are also engaged at the time of selection.
H) have a business license.
I) Be able to read and write Persian.
Note - The official representative of any business is not entitled under his own name and has the right to be elected.
Article 11 - Businessmen who are suspended shall be deprived of their membership of the chambers of commerce at the time of their suspension. "
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