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In addition to the Board of Directors, the IEA has several standing committees, made up of government officials from member states, which meet several times a year. The voting system is described in Articles 61 and 62 of the IEA`s constituent document, the international energy programme or the IEP agreement. All decisions on the management of the IEA`s work programme and procedural issues and recommendations must be taken by a majority, a system that assigns voting weights to each Member State. However, majority voting is based on a system of thought weights assigned to each member country. Unanimity is required for all decisions that do not require a majority vote or a special majority. For example, unanimity is required for the activation of emergency measures under the IEP agreement. The Agency also receives a number of funds from private sources and in-kind contributions, including loan staff. Unlike the World Bank or the International Monetary Fund, the IEA does not provide grants or credits. Legal effect of the I.E.P. agreement on national law of deputies; IEA participating countries, states, signatory states and governments; Provisional application; Agrees to be bound; Lack of reservations Adoption of declarations Membership Changes Interpretation General review of the I.E.P. The Board of Directors is the IEA`s main decision-making body. It is made up of energy ministers or high-level representatives from each Member State.

The Board of Directors is the IEA`s main decision-making body, made up of energy ministers or their high-level representatives from each member state. As part of the biennial meeting of IEA ministers, the IEA secretariat is developing ideas for existing or new work programmes, which will then be discussed with Member States on various IEA committees and ultimately submitted to the Board of Directors for approval. In addition to the Board of Directors, the IEA has several standing groups, committees and working groups made up of government officials from member states, which meet several times a year. Every two years, ministers from Member States meet for the IEA ministerial meeting. The high-level ministerial meeting will set out general strategic priorities for the IEA. The Minister may order the IEA to focus on a particular topic or to propose direction during conference discussions. The Board of Directors holds three to four meetings each year at the Director General`s level (or at an equivalent level) to review the overall evolution of energy with the Executive Director and other senior executives of the secretariat, in collaboration with the Agency`s work. The results of board meetings are binding on all Member States. The Board of Directors is also responsible for the IEA`s administrative matters, including the approval of the biennial work program and the budget. Through the IEA Ministerial Conference, the secretariat develops ideas for existing or new work programmes, which will then be discussed with member countries on various IEA committees and ultimately submitted for board approval. The amount of the IEA budget and the scale of its work, known as the `work and budget programme`, are set every two years by IEA Member States.

With the agreement of the IEA Board of Directors, countries and other energy actors can make voluntary contributions to support and strengthen a wide range of activities under the IEA`s agenda and budget.

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