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49th Meeting of the Permanent Commission 
of the FIDE for Chess Compositions 
in Wageningen (Netherlands)
July 29 - August 5, 2006

31 member countries were present.

President John Rice (Great Britain), secretary Paul Valois (GB).

All sections for the FIDE-Album 1998-2000 are ready. Publication expected later in 2006. FIDE-Album tourney for 2004-2006 will be announced before the end of year 2006. The closing date will be in the end of summer 2007.

New titles:

World Championship in Composing for Individuals 2004-2006: Director is Zvonimir Hernitz (CRO), announcement in the beginning of October.

Titles and norms for solvers will be based on ratings in the future. Links to new rules on the solving page.

Small amendments in the Codex were formulated and will be decided next year.

Presidium for 2006-2010:

Presidium
2nd Vice-President Marko Klasinc (Slovenia), 1st Vice-President Hannu Harkola (Finland), President Uri Avner (Israel), 3rd Vice-President Kjell Widlert (Sweden)

Uri Avner (Israel) was elected as the new President.

John Rice was nominated as an Honorary President and Byron Zappas (Greece) as an Honorary Member.

Next World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) in Golden Sands, Varna, Bulgaria in September 2007.
2nd European Chess Solving Championship (ECSC)
in Warsaw, Poland, 11.-12.11.2006
3rd International Solving Contest (ISC)
21.1.2007
3rd European Chess Solving Championship (ECSC) in Pardubice, Czech Republic, 14.-15.7.2007

PCCC
Delegates

Helmut Zajic
Austria

A. Mikholap
Belarus


Luc Palmans
Belgium


Petko Petkov
Bulgaria

Zvonimir Hernitz
Croatia

Michal Dragoun
Czech Rep.

Björn Enemark
Denmark

Indrek Aunver
Estonia

Hannu Harkola
Finland

Michel Caillaud
France

David Gurgenidze
Georgia

bernd ellinghoven
Germany

John Rice
Great Britain

Harry Fougiaxis
Greece

Zoltan Laborczi
Hungary

Uri Avner
Israel

Francesco Simoni
Italy

T. Wakashima
Japan

Ilya Ketris
Latvia

Vidmantas Satkus
Lithuania

Henk le Grand
Netherlands

Tadeusz Lehmann
Poland

Dinu-Ioan Nicula
Romania

Andrei Selivanov
Russian Fed.

Marian Kovacevic
Serbia

Bedrich Formanek
Slovakia

Marko Klasinc
Slovenia


Kjell Widlert
Sweden


Thomas Maeder
Switzerland

Yevgen Reytsen
Ukraine

Mike Prcic
USA

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