The Council of the International Civil Aviation Organisation ('ICAO')1 is a permanent body, composed of 33 contracting states elected by the Assembly2. Elections take place every three years3. The Council elects a president who holds office for three years4. Voting in Council is by a majority of the members5.
The Council has both mandatory6 and discretionary functions7. Among its mandatory functions are the appointment of an Air Transport Committee8, the establishment of an Air Navigation Commission
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