The member will be a member of the Association if he/she participates in the establishment of the association, or joins it after its establishment and the Board of Directors has accepted its membership, and is a specialist, interested or practitioner of the association’s specialty.
A member of the association must:
- Pay the yearly subscription to the association which is SAR 500.
- Compliance with general assembly resolutions.
The working member has the right to:
- Participating in the activities of the Association.
- See the association’s documents and documents, including decisions issued by the Assembly, whether from the General Assembly, the Board of Directors, the Executive Director or others.
- See the general balance sheet of the association and its annexes at the assembly’s headquarters and well in advance of its presentation to the General Assembly.
- Attending the General Assembly.
- Vote on general assembly resolutions if He/She spends six months from the date of his joining the Assembly.
- Receive basic information about the association’s activities periodically.
- See the records and financial documents at the association’s headquarters.
- The General Assembly is invited to hold an extraordinary meeting in solidarity with 25% of the members who have the right to attend the General Assembly.
- The member may address the Assembly with a letter from which it will be issued to the Board of Directors, and the Assembly may address the member with a letter issued by the Board of Directors or who is authorized by the Board to be handed over to the member in person, or sent to him through any of his addresses registered in the membership register.
- Acting in writing for a member to represent him/her in the presence of the General Assembly.
- To be nominated for membership of the Board of Directors, you need at least six months after the date of his/her admission to the Association and his/her payment.
- The working member may address the Association through any means available, and the Board of Directors or whoever authorizes it must provide the answer through the same means or through its registered address.