The supervisory body of the Organization is the Comptroller of the Organization, who is a person with supervisory powers authorized by the General Meeting to supervise the use of funds and the financial documents of the Organization.
The Comptroller is appointed by the General Meeting for a term of four years. One person may not be appointed Comptroller for more than two consecutive terms.
The comptroller is authorized to supervise the application of funds by the governing and executive bodies of the Organization, audit reports, and other financial documents of the Organization.
To perform their duties, the Comptroller is entitled to:
- receive any documents regarding the application of funds within the Organization and financial documents of the Organization;
- demand written explanations from the governing, executive and other management bodies and officers of the Organization;
- submit a demand to call an ad hoc session of the General Meeting;
- submit a demand to call an ad hoc session of the Management Board;
- initiate amendments to this Charter.
The Comptroller is entitled to bring in auditors and other experts to audit the financial activities of the Organization.
At least once a year, the Comptroller reports on their performance to the General Meeting and presents a report on the financial activities of the Organization for the reporting period.