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- The Plenary of Presidents of Greek Bar Associations on its’ first meeting, creates a Coordinating Committee, consisted by the Presidents of Athens, Thessaloniki and Piraeus Bars and from ten Bar Presidents of the Greek region, who are elected by secret ballot.
- The Coordinating Committee has its seat in Athens. The Committee is presided by the President of the Athens Bar Association,who calls its meeting at least one time a month and has its own administrative staff. The Presidents of the Bar Associations of Thessaloniki and Piraeus are the other members of the Coordinating’s Presidium.
- The Coordinating Committee is also conferred upon application of at least seven members. If the President does not confer the Coordinating Committee in 5 working days, it can be automatically conferred the next Saturday after passing 5 days after the previous deadline in the premises of the Athens Bar Association. The Presidium is elected by the Coordinating Committee which finishes its work in one conference.
- The Coordinating is in quorum when at least seven of its members are present in a meeting. It can take a decision with the majority of the three fifths of the present members.
- Apart from what is provided by the Code of Lawyers, the Coordinating Committee deals with urgent matters assigned by the Plenary.
- The provisions concerning the function of the Plenary of Presidents are also applicable for the Coordinating Committee.