Association communautaire de l'Ordre européen du mérite (ACOEM)
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18 Jan 1990, by Extraordinary General Assembly of 'Fondation du mérite européen', formed 28 Oct 1970, Luxembourg, and currently G-XF1100 - European Merit Foundation, as Association internationale du mérite européen (AIME). The original 'AIME' was never officially registered and was dissolved 25 Mar 1992. Statutes of the current organization, then with the same title 'Association internationale du mérite européen (AIME)', were registered under Belgian law, 27 Apr 1992. Current title adopted on decision of Extraordinary General Assembly, 24 Jul 1992.
Promote the construction of Europe, in particular through the 'European Order of Merit' competition; bring together members of an official 'Order of Merit' when this has been set up by European institutions.
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General Assembly (annual) elects Council of 5-20 members after initial 3-year term of 9 founder members. President; one or more Vice-Presidents; Secretary-General; Treasurer.
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