In general assembly, members elect from their ranks an executive board composed of a president, four vice presidents, a secretary general and a treasurer.
The executive board is known more simply as the board.
The president is elected for two years, the vice presidents for three years. The president is chosen from among the vice-presidents. At the end of their term of office, the president may be re-elected for a further 2-year term; in this case they cannot be re-elected later.
At the end of their terms of office, the vice presidents may be re-elected for a further 2-year term; they cannot then be re-elected.