Election debates

Election debates

On yesterday's meeting of the Electoral Commission the following candidates were approved for the WCF General elections 2022.

Candidates to President of WCF:

Flavio Oliveira da Silva Dhein (Magrela) - Spain

Paulo Sales Neto (Paulao) – Brazil


Candidates to Vice president: 

Andre Cerutti Luis Campos (Peixe) - Australia

Flavio Oliveira da Silva Dhein (Magrela) - Spain

Mamoudou Fassassi – Benin

Nahid Aghazada (Aranha) - Estonia


Candidates to Secretary General:

Jamil Huseyn - Azerbaijan


Candidates to Chairperson of Council of Masters:

Jean Adriano Barros da Silva (Jean Pangolin) - Brazil


Candidates to Member of Management Board:

Andre Cerutti Luis Campos (Peixe) - Australia

Daniel Hemsworth (Chumbinho) – Hong Kong

Elgiz Alizada (Bomenino) - Azerbaijan

Jamil Huseyn – Azerbaijan

Magno Lopes Nogueira (Petti) - Finland

Mamoudou Fassassi - Benin

Nahid Aghazada (Aranha) - Estonia

Ramid Niftalijev – Estonia

Yoji Senna (Senna) - USA


2 nominants were not approved because of the uncompleted registration:

- Keita Moussa - Guinea 

- Raimundo Carneiro - Brazil


As part of the election campaign, candidates can submit their videos up to 10 minutes long, in which they talk about past problems and future plans for the development of the organization (the submit of the video is optional). 

WCF will promote these videos through its channel and social media.

On August 14 (Sunday) at 11.00 by Central European Time (CET), debates will be organized via Zoom for those positions for which there are more candidates than there are seats to vote, in particular for the positions of President and Vice President. All candidates will be asked the following questions:

1. What do you think was inappropriate in past WCF policy? Briefly describe an effective way to fix these problems?

2. Do you have a development plan for the organization? Briefly describe what the plans and how.

3. Why do you think you will become a better president (or vice president, etc.)?


After these questions voters (representative of National Federations) may ask upto 2 other questions to candidates.

Candidates have 2 minutes to answer each question and 1 minute to answer a cross question on the same topic from other candidates (max. 1 question). Candidates are also allowed to debate on the questions asked (maximum 1 minute each).



27/07/2022

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