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Cooperation and Development of International Union Bylaw
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Cooperation and Development of International Union

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Chapter I General Provisions

Paragraph 1, Nature

The Cooperation and Development of International Union (CDIU) is a non-government organization, (NGO) and non-profit organization and is a global platform which complies with the increasing globalized world framework and to respond to the voice of global exchange and cooperation from various countries/regions and societies to provides a full range of services for the promotion of large exchanges, cooperation and development in all areas of the world. CDIU is founded by the Elephant Alliance International Cooperation and Development Promotion Group Co. Ltd. and Beijing Elephant Alliance International Economy and Trade Center, is under the guidance of the leaders of countries and the proposal of distinguished people in societies, and approved by the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The CDIU’s registration number is 63190597-001-04-14-9.
 
Paragraph 2, Purpose

The CDIU integrates essences of countries and nationalities by the concept of harmony, unity and win-win, principle of altruism, the cooperation spirit of pragmatic, integrity, unity and innovation, motivation of positive and progressive and the approaches of resources integration and complementary advantages.
The CDIU, through establishing comprehensive, multi-channel friendly cooperation with the official agencies and non-governmental organizations of global countries/regions,has created a broader space for development and provided a full range of services for the communication, cooperation and development for countries/regions, all levels of governments, non-governmental organizations and enterprises on the fields including finance, investment, infrastructure construction, trade, conference, exhibition, culture, art, tourism, science and technology, education, health, and other public welfare. Thereby promote the communication, cooperation and development the countries/regions and all walks of life and contribute to the realization of the overall development of human beings and common prosperity!

 

Chapter II Services


Paragraph 3, Service Scope

1. International exchanges and cooperation Services: the development of international exchanges and cooperation services in various fields according to the purpose of the CDIU independently or cooperate with other parties.
2. Conference and exhibition
1) Hold the annual Global Cooperation and Development Conference (International Cooperation and Development Conference);
2) Hold exchanges, seminars and matchmaking meetings: according to the requirements and demands of countries/regions, governments and members, hold regular or irregular global and regional seminars, exchanges and matchmaking of cooperation and development in finance, investment, infrastructure construction, trade, culture, arts, tourism, science and technology, education, medical, public utilities and other fields to promote and expand exchanges, cooperation and development among all partners.
3) Exhibitions and shows: Entrusted by countries, governments, or institutions hold independent or cooperative and regularly or irregularly exhibitions and shows in different countries and regions.
3. Special Service
1) Provide services for policy and strategy researches and organize special investigations/researches and connecting services according to the requirements and needs of all levels of government of various countries/regions, partners and members;
2) Provide seamless services to carry out the "Bring in (Bring investments in)" and "Get out (expand products into the global market)" for governments at all levels in various countries/regions;
 3) Search and connect partners, for all levels of governments of countries/areas, and
for the development, construction, investment and operation of major projects such as Infrastructure construction/investment, Industrial Park, Manufacturer Park, Bonded Areas and Free Trade Zones, etc.
4) Information collection, categorizing and publishing: to collect, through the CDIU network platform and its branches and offices established in the world, and categorize each partner's cooperation development and supply/demand information and released them on the CDIU’s platform to the world for our partners to enhance the communication, interaction, and cooperation among members and to achieve mutual benefits, win-win situations and common development.
5) Provide the necessary and other special services for our partners and the Council member/Council unit, members and member units;
6) United our partners to carry out various public welfare on a global scope;
7) Provide other related services related to Association’s purpose for all partners.

 

Chapter III Members
Paragraph 4, Membership

1.      Members are divided into group member and individual member.
2.      Members are divided into VVIP member, VIP member and member.
3.      Membership is valid for four years.

Paragraph 5, Membership Requirements

1. Those who have a certain degree of influence in an industry.
2. Those groups, enterprises or individuals who actively support the Bylaw of the CDIU and actively participate in the international exchanges and cooperation and development that involved several partners.
3. Those who join the CDIU voluntarily.

Paragraph 6, Membership Procedure

1. Membership can be obtained in three ways: by invitation or by recommendation.
2. A member may be invited or recommended by the members of the Presidium, Consultant Group or Council.
3. A member can put forward the application for membership and fill in the “membership information form” and submit the relevant application information to the Member Center for preliminary review. Then the information will be submitted to the Council for approval and the final approval of membership will be granted by the office of the Chairman. After a member’s qualification is approved, the Member Center will issue a membership card.

Paragraph 7, Membership Privileges

1. The right to provide cooperative and development information and reasonable proposals.
2. The right to utilize the CDIU’s resources.
3. The right to participate in various activities organized by the CDIU.
4. The right to enjoy the services provided by the CDIU.
5. The right to join voluntarily and withdraw freely.

 
Paragraph 8, Membership Obligations

1. To recognize and comply with the CDIU Bylaw and to implement the resolutions of the CDIU.
 2. To actively disseminate the purpose of the CDIU and to protect the overall image and the legitimate rights and interests of the CDIU.
3. To support and assist the relevant work of the CDIU.
4. To actively participate in the activities of the CDIU.
5. To recommend qualified members for the CDIU and to assist the review process.

 
Paragraph 9, Membership Withdraw

1. Members who do not comply with the CDIU Bylaw, or damage the CDIU’s reputation will be terminated after the termination is proposed by the Member Center and discussed and approved by the Standing Council.
2. Members who fail to participate in any CDIU’s activity within two years.
3. Members who want to withdraw shall submit their written requests to the Member Center. After the Council reviews and approves the request, these members will be removed and their membership cards returned.

 
Chapter IV Organization Structure
 
Paragraph 10, Overall Structure

The CDIU consists of the Presidium, the Consultant Group, the Council, and under these, the Secretariat and permanent establishments (Figure).
 
Paragraph 11, the Presidium

1. The Presidium consists of the former national leaders and government officials of various countries, members of the Royal families or leading persons with global influence.
2. The Presidium also consists of Honorary Chairmen, the Chairman, the Executive Chairman and Vice Chairmen.
3. The Presidium is responsible for the leadership and oversight of the work of the operating departments of the CDIU.
1) The Chairman is the founder of the CDIU;
2) Honorary Chairmen are former national leaders and government officials of various countries and leaders with global influence. Honorary Chairmen are appointed by the Chairman;
3) The Executive Chairmen are formal government officials (Minister level officials) of various countries and are appointed by the Chairman;
4) The Vice Chairmen are formal government officials (Vice Minister level officials) of various countries and are appointed by the Chairman or recommended by the Honorary Chairman or Executive Chairman and then appointed by the Chairman.
4. Terms: Chairman and Honorary Chairman serve for life. The Executive Chairman and Vice Chairman have a term of four years and can be reappointed by the Chairman.
5. Functions of the Presidium
1) Develop and plan the CDIU’s cooperation and development strategies for global exchange, cooperation and development according to the purpose of the CDIU.
2) Review and approve the plans for the annual meeting, international conferences and other activities;
3) Provide guidance and support for cooperation and development affairs for the cooperating partners;
4) Supervise the operations of the CDIU.

6. Authority of the Chairman
1) Decision-making: Plan the development strategy of the CDIU;
2) Review and approval: The review and approval authority of projects of functional departments;
3) The authority to invite, appoint, redraw invitation and dismiss the head officials of the Presidium, Consultant group, Council and the Secretariat.
4) The Chairman has an exclusive Office of the Chairman staffed with Director of the office, Assistants of the Chairman, and External Liaison Officers with the following functions.
4.1) Responsible for the preparing of the development plan, objectives, tasks, Bylaw and regulations and rules of the CDIU;
4.2) Responsible for the preparing, reviewing and approval of the plans of the annual meeting and large international meetings;
4.3) Responsible for the reviewing and approval of the annual budget prepared by the Office of the Chairman, Council, the finance department and relevant departments.
7. Authority of the Executive Chairman
1) Execute the daily affairs of the Presidium;
2) Check the execution of resolutions of the Presidium and the Council;
3)Sign relevant documents on behave of the CDIU within its scope of authority;
4) Decide on relevant issues of the CDIU within its scope of authority.
8. Authority of the Deputy Chairman
1) Supervise and advocate resolutions of the Presidium and the Standing Council;
2) Sign relevant documents from functional department under him/her on behave of the CDIU within his/her scope of authority;
3) Decide on relevant issues of the CDIU within its scope of authority.
4) Manage and supervise the work from functional departments under his/her within his/her scope of authority.

 
Paragraph 12, Consultant Group

1. Consultant Group, as the think tank of the CDIU, is to provide strategic advice and guidance for the development of the CDIU.
2. Members of the Consultant Group are political dignitaries, members of the Royal families, international friends, experts and scholars, celebrities and others from various countries who are invited by the CDIU. Consultants include Honorary Consultants and Senior Consultants.
1) Honorary Consultants are incumbent national leaders and government officials in various countries, ambassadors, ministers, industry's top people, scholars and experts. Honorary Consultants are appointed by the Chairman;
2) Senior Consultants are incumbent country leaders vice ministry level or higher, counselors of embassies. Senior Consultants are appointed by the Chairman or recommended by Honorary Consultants and then appointed by the Chairman.
3. Terms of appointment: The term for an Honorary Consultant is life. The term for a Senior Consultant is four years and can be reappointed by the Chairman.
4. Responsibility of the Consultant Group
1) Provide policy and strategic guidance for the CDIU and the development of the member units of the CDIU;
2) Provide guidance to the project cooperation among the countries where the consultant resides and other countries in the world;
3) Make full use of Association’s various global advantages to enable the cooperation and connection among the CDIU’s members in the world and the country where the consultant resides;
4) Make full use of Association’s various global advantages to carry out activities such as "Bring in and Get out" for the country where the consultant resides.


Paragraph 13, the Council

1. The Council is the organization's department and Information Centre for the promotion of the daily work of the organization. The Council is responsible for the drafting of the Bylaw, initiating, researching, reviewing, and organizing of internal policies and important matters of the CDIU, and the collecting and distributing of information, etc.
2. The Council consists of the Chief Director, the Managing Chief Director, the Deputy Chief Director, the Managing Director and the Director.
3. The member of the Council shall be a unit or individual that has authority and influence in an industry.
1) The Chief Director is appointed by the Chairman;
2) The Managing Chief Director is recommended by a member of the Consultant Group, member of the Presidium or the Chief Director then appointed by the Chairman;
3) The Deputy Chief Director shall be the industry's outstanding figures who are recommended by a member of the Consultant Group, member of the Presidium, the Chief Director or Managing Chief Director then appointed by the Chairman;
4) Managing Director shall be the industry leader who are recommended by a member of the Consultant Group, member of the Presidium, the Chief Director, the Managing Chief Director or Deputy Chief Director, then appointed by the Chairman.
5) Director shall be the industry leader who are recommended by members of the Consultant Group, members of the Presidium, the Chief Director, the Managing Chief Director, Deputy Director or Managing Director, then appointed by the Chairman.
4. The term of a Director and withdraw
1) The Chief Director, the Managing Chief Director, the Deputy Chief Director, Managing Director and Director have a term of four years and can be re-appointed by the Chairman;
2) A Director can withdraw by submitting a written letter to the Council, and return the Director certificate. When a director’s term is up, the director can continue for another term by completing the appropriate procedure;
3)When a Director seriously violates the Bylaw, the said Director shall be removed by a vote of the Council.
5. The functions of the Council:
1) Implement the resolutions: implement the Council’s resolutions, vote on the resolutions and make declaration, etc.;
2) Council Meeting: Organize and hold the annual Council meeting which shall sum up the work of the year and the plan of the next year and report them to the Presidium and the Consultant Group.  The report shall be reviewed and approved by the Presidium;
3) Leadership: After reviewed and discussed by the Executive Council and adopted by the Presidium, a resolution, activities or work can be arranged by the Council for an appropriate Director to take the lead on the implementation;
4)Executive Council meetings: The Council shall hold Executive Council meetings regularly and irregularly. These meetings shall be organized and chaired by the Managing Chief Director and attended by the Chief Director, the Managing Chief Director, the Deputy Chief Director and the Managing Directors. The meetings mainly review, discuss and approve work of functional departments and provide reasonable suggestions for supply/demand needs of all cooperation partners;
4.1) Executive Council is responsible for the development of the major activity plan which is to be reported to the Chairman's office for approval and then implemented;
4.2) Review and evaluate the qualifications of the branch and service agencies to be established in different countries and report the finding to the Office of the Chairman for approval and establishment;
4.3) Review, discuss and approve major issues of the functional departments within the Managing Director’s authority and report the finding to the Office of the Chairman for approval and implementation;
4.4) Centralize information: any cooperation and development information and reasonable suggestions by all Members, Directors and Consultants that are to be centralized in the Council. The Council shall research these information and suggestions and put forward the rationalization suggestion or proposal;
4.5) Listen, consider, review and discuss the work reports from the Secretariat;
4.6) Convey the development plan, objectives, tasks, Bylaw and regulations and rules of the CDIU.
6. Director's rights and obligations
1) Director's rights
1.1) Provide information of cooperation and development to the CDIU, make reasonable suggestions and supervise the work of the CDIU;
1.2) Has the right to utilize the resources of the CDIU;
1.3) Participate in the activities of the CDIU;
1.4) Has priority of using the service of the CDIU;
1.5) An appropriate Director can lead the implementation of various projects of the CDIU arranged by the Council;
2) Director's Obligations
2.1) Comply with the Bylaw, maintain the reputation of the CDIU and implement the resolutions of the CDIU;
2.2) Participate actively in the activities of the CDIU and accomplish the tasks entrusted by the CDIU;
2.3) Reflect the situation and provide relevant information to the CDIU.
 

Paragraph 14, the Secretariat

 1. The Secretariat is the executive body of the CDIU. The Secretariat is responsible for the daily work of the CDIU and plays a role of planning, coordination, supervising and managing the permanent organizations and functional departments.
 2. Secretariat consists of the Chief Secretary, the Executive Secretary, the Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary Group.
1) The Chief Secretary shall be recommended by a member of the Presidium, member of the Consultant Group, Chief Director, Managing Chief Director or Deputy Chief Director and approved by the Chairman. The Chief Secretary can also be appointed directly by the Chairman.
2) The Executive Chief Secretary shall be recommended by a member of the Presidium, a member of the Consultant Group, the Chief Director, the Managing Chief Director, the Deputy Chief Director and the Chief Secretary and approved by the Chairman. The Executive Chief Secretary can also be appointed directly by the Chairman.
3) The Deputy Chief Secretary shall be recommended by a member of the Presidium, a member of the Consultant Group, the Chief Director, the Managing Chief Director, the Deputy Chief Director, the Chief Secretary and the Executive Chief Secretary and approved by the Chairman. The Deputy Chief Secretary can also be appointed directly by the Chairman.
4) Secretary Group consists of secretaries of various functions and is responsible for the daily works. A secretary shall be recommended and appointed by the Chief Secretary, the Executive Chief Secretary and Deputy Chief Secretary.
3. The Chief Secretary, Executive Chief Secretary and Deputy Chief Secretary serve a term of four years and can be reappointed by the Chairman.
4. The functions of the Secretariat
1) Organize and carry out, under the leadership of the Chief Secretary; the daily work handed over by the Presidium and the Council
2) Organize and execute the annual work plan; review the annual work plan of the national representative office and the national liaison office; prepare the annual work plan and report it to the Council for review and approval and implement it after it has been approved by  the  Office of the Chairman;
3) Coordination and Supervise the work carried out by various branches;
4) Nominate the main responsible person for all branches and submit the names to be adopted by the Council and appointed by the Chairman;
5) Report regularly on the progress to the Presidium and the Council;
6) Manage other related matters within its authority;
7) Audit and approve budget and draft financial report and report them to the Presidium for approval;
8) Centralize and review the work and the financial situations of all functional departments, and report them to the Office of the Chairman and the Council on a regular basis;
9) Review and approve major activity plans of functional departments and report them to the Council for review and supervise the preparation and implementation after them have been approved by the Office of the Chairman;
10) Join with functional departments to handle and execution of the preparation and convening of the annual meeting and other international conference that have been reviewed by the Council and approved by the Office of the Chairman. These meetings and international conferences shall be prepared and convened by the Convention and Exhibition Center under the supervision of the Secretariat;
11) Responsible for summarizing the annual work results of all functional departments and auditing the annual work plan for the next year, and to report to the annual meeting of the CDIU;
12) Convey the development plan, objectives, tasks, Bylaw, regulations and rules of the CDIU.

 
Paragraph 15, Permanent Organizations and Departments

1. Permanent organizations and departments include Representative Offices and Liaison Offices in various countries, the Representative Office of United Nations, Member Center, Policy and Strategy Research Center, International Culture and Art Exchange Center, International Collaborating Centre for Medical Affairs, International Cooperation Center in Public Welfare, Technology Services Cooperation Center, Financial and Investment Cooperation Center, International Trade Cooperation Center, Infrastructure Cooperation Center, International Major Projects Cooperation Center, International Exhibition and Shows Cooperation Center, Public Relations Department, Finance Department, Legal Department, Council Member Service Center, Consultant Service Center. Other offices, if necessary, may be established after being recommended by the Council and adopted by the Presidium.
2. The persons in charge of the permanent organizations and departments shall be recommended by the Presidium, Consultant Group, or Council members and shall be directly appointed by the Chairman after the approval of the Council. These persons in charge can also be appointed by the Chairman.

 
 
Chapter V, Asset management and usage
Paragraph 16, Budget

1. Funding sources
1) CDIU self finance;
2) Membership dues paid by members;
3) Government departments subsidizes, corporate sponsorship and donations;
4) Incomes from activities and services within the approved business scope;
5) Interest and other legitimate income.
2. CDIU budget is under the planning of the Office of the Chairman and is used for the development of the CDIU.
Paragraph 17, Finance

1. CDIU shall establish a strict financial management and auditing system, and to ensure that accounting information is legal, true, accurate and complete.
2. Asset management of the CDIU shall implement the internationally accepted financial management system, and accept the supervision of the Office of the Chairman and the finance department.
3. The budget and financial information of the CDIU shall be reported to the Office of the Chairman on a regular basis.
4. The usage of the CDIU assets shall be controlled and arranged by the Office of the Chairman. Any department and individual shall not encroach, embezzle or divert.
5. When the CDIU replaces its legal person, financial audit shall be conducted by the relevant registration and management departments.
Paragraph 18, Staff Salaries

The wages, insurance and welfare of the full time staff of the CDIU shall be implemented according to the relevant provisions for associations in respective countries.

 

Chapter VI, Termination Procedure and Asset Disposal
 
Paragraph 19, Termination Procedure

When the CDIU shall be terminated because of mission accomplish, dissolution on its own, spin off, merger or other reasons. The Presidium shall review the termination, and the Office of the Chairman shall make the decision of termination, and report the decision to the relevant registration management department for examination and approval.
Paragraph 20, Disposal of Assets

1. Before the termination of the CDIU, a liquidation committee shall be established to clear the debt right and debt and to deal with the aftermath. During the period of liquidation, the CDIU shall not carry out any activity other than the liquidation.
2. The CDIU shall be terminated after the relevant administrative departments complete procedures for cancellation of registration. The remaining assets of the CDIU after termination will be used for matters relevant to the purpose of the CDIU.




Chapter VII, Appendices
Paragraph 21,

1. This Bylaw shall come into force as of the date of registration in the relevant institutions of the government of the special administrative institute of the Hong Kong region.
2. The Office of the Chairman of the CDIU has the right of final interpretation of this Bylaw. 

 
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