International Association of Water Polo Referees (AIA)
Association internationale des arbitres de water polo (AIAWP)
1968 Mexico City Mexico
1968, Mexico City (Mexico), during the Olympic Games. Also referred to International Water Polo Board -- Comité international du water polo and in French as Association internationale des arbitres (AIA). Current constitution adopted, 23 Jul 2001, Fukuoka (Japan). Ceased to exist 2010; replaced by B-XJ4808 - World Water Polo Referees Association (WWR).
Acting in conformity with the principles of the Olympic Charter, bring about the fraternity of sports of all nations in the Olympic spirit; establish and maintain collaboration with international and national federations and their technical committees; maintain collaboration among all referees and protect their common interests; encourage foundation of national associations of referees; take interest in composition of rules and unify systems of refereeing used in various countries to bring about a generally accepted conception of refereeing best suited to the demands of respective sports; encourage contacts, exchange of experience, mutual understanding and friendship among members; encourage construction, perfection and modernization of water polo equipment.
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Congress, every 4 years at World Championships, elects Executive Committee (meets annually) consisting of President and 10 members, which elects 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer (4-year terms), the Officers comprising the Bureau.
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