A Congress is a general meeting of the Members of the Federation.
The Congress is the ultimate and supreme decision-making authority within the governance structure of the Federation. The Congress has and does enjoy the right to exercise all of the powers, discretions, and authorities of the Federation as specified in this Constitution or elsewhere, wherever and in whatever circumstance the Congress considers that it is necessary, appropriate or desirable to do so in furtherance of the Objectives of the Federation.
The Congress shall meet at least once in every calendar year. A Congress may be held in any way which is allowed under Swiss law, and to the extent allowed under Swiss law by any or any combination of any of the following means:
(a) A Congress that is held in person.
(b) A Congress that is conducted virtually, through the use of Technology.
(c) A Congress that is conducted virtually, through the use of multiple Technologies.
(d) A Congress that is conducted in any hybrid manner, which involves an in person meeting as participants participating in the meaning through the use of one (1) or more Technologies.