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President and Vice President Candidates - Results

15 September 2022 during FIG Congress 2022, Warsaw Poland  

The FIG General Assembly was going to elect two new Vice President and a new President for the coming term 2023-2026.

Elected president:
Diane Dumashie
 
Elected Vice Presidents:
Daniel Steudler

Winnie Shiu
 

 

Results of the voting rounds

PRESIDENT ELECTION

FIG President - second round

The second round for the voting for President started Wednesday 14:00 and ended on 15 September on 08:00 CET

88 (93.6%) of 94 electors voted in this ballot.

Diane Dumashie, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS, UK 45 (51.7%)
Orhan Ercan, Turkish Chamber of Survey and Cadastre Engineers HKMO, Turkey 42 (48.3%)
Abstain 1 (1.1%)

FIG President - first round

The first round for the voting for President started Tuesday 13 September at 18:00 and ended on Wednesday 14 September at 12:00 (noon) CET

94 (100.00%) of 94 electors voted in this ballot.

Diane Dumashie, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS, UK 36 (39.1%)
Orhan Ercan, Turkish Chamber of Survey and Cadastre Engineers HKMO, Turkey 29 (31.5%)
Abbas Rajabifard, Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute SSSI, Australia 27 (29.3%)
Abstain 2 (2.1%)

VICE PRESIDENT ELECTION

The second round for the second position started Wednesday 14 September at 15:00 and ended on 15 September at 05:00 CET

FIG Vice President: Second election second voting

The second round for the second post started on 14 September at 15:00 and ended on 15 September at 05:00 CST

81 (86.2%) of 94 electors voted in this ballot.

Winnie Shiu, National Society of Professional Surveyors NSPS, USA 40 (50.6%)
Qin Yan, Chinese Society for Geodesy Photogrammetry and Cartography CSGPC, China 39 (49.4%)
Abstain 2 (2.5%)

FIG Vice President: Second election first voting

The first round for the second post started Wednesday 14 September at 00:00 (midnight) and ended on 14 September14:00 CET
Winnie Shiu, National Society of Professional Surveyors NSPS, USA 42 (47.2%)
Qin Yan, Chinese Society for Geodesy Photogrammetry and Cartography CSGPC, China 39 (43.8%)
Brian Davies, Canadian Institute of Geomatics CIG, Canada 8 (9.0%)
Abstain 3 (3.3%)

 


FIG Vice President: First round second voting

The second round for the first post started Tuesday 13 September at 09:00 and ended at 13 September 23:00 CET

92 (97.9%) of 94 electors voted in this ballot.

Daniel Steudler, GEOSUISSE, Switzerland 52 (57.8%)
Qin Yan, Chinese Society for Geodesy Photogrammetry and Cartography CSGPC, China 38 (42.2%)

FIG Vice President: First round first voting

The first round for the first post started on Monday 13 September at 18:00 and ended on 13 September at 08:00

90 (96.8%) of 93 electors voted in this ballot.

Daniel Steudler, GEOSUISSE, Switzerland 33 (40.7%)
Qin Yan, Chinese Society for Geodesy Photogrammetry and Cartography CSGPC, China 30 (37.0%)
Winnie Shiu, National Society of Professional Surveyors NSPS, USA 17 (21.0%)
Brian Davies, Canadian Institute of Geomatics CIG, Canada 1 (1.2%)
Abstain 0 (0.0%)

Get to know the candiates

The current President, Rudolf Staiger, together with two of the four vice presidents, Diane Dumashie and Jixian Zhang will end their term at the end of 2022. Mikael Lilje and Kwame Tenadu were elected last year (one year delayed due to the postponement of the General Assembly in 2020) for the term 2021-2024.

At the second General Assembly session on 11 September the candidates will have the possibility to present themselves. They have however all made a video presentation of themselves and presentation material.

Please find here an intoduction to each of the candidates. They have all submitted material for emails to members and also a video.

President candidates

Abbas Rajabifard, Surveying Spatial Sciences Institute SSSI, Australia
nomination  |  supporting letter  |  email to members  |  
email 2 to members
Web site: https://www.abbasrajabifard.com/
> Watch Abbas Rajabifard's introduction video
Diane Dumashie, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS, UK
nomination  |  supporting letter  |  email to members
Flyer
> Watch Diane Dumashie's introduction video
Orhan Ercan, Turkish Chamber of Survey and Cadastre Engineers HKMO, Turkey
nominatiON supporting letters  |  email to members
Flyer
> Watch Orhan Ercan's introduction video

 

GIM magazine has published an article with questions to the three candidates. Please read the editorial and also the article in the GIM International Issue 4 2022

Vice President candidates

Brian Davies, Canadian Institute of Geomatics CIG, Canada
nomination  |  supporting letter  |  email to members
> Watch Brian Davies' introduction video
Daniel Steudler, GEOSUISSE, Switzerland
nomination  |  supporting letter  |  email to members
> Watch Daniel Steudler's introduction video
Qin Yan, Chinese Society for Geodesy Photogrammetry and Cartography CSGPC, China
nomination  |  supporting letter  |  email to members
> Watch Qin Yan's introduction video
Winnie Shiu, National Society of Professional Surveyors NSPS, USA
nomination  |  supporting letter  |  email to members
Flyer
> Watch Winnie Shiu's introduction video

More information about the General Assembly - Go to:

Election

The candidates will present themselves in the second General Assembly session on 11 September 2022 13:00-15:30 CET. This will take place in Warsaw Poland, as part of the FIG Congress. It is also possible to follow the session online. Elections will take place online.

The election of the two Vice Presidents will start shortly after the second General Assembly session on Sunday 11 September. There can be up to four election rounds.

The election of President will start on Tuesday 13 September and there will be one or two rounds of voting.

Eligible to vote are member associations. Each member association in good standing has been asked to submit one official candidates who will receive the voting emails and cast the votes.

FIG Congress 2022

The General Assembly sessions 2 and 3 will take place during the FIG Congress.

Read more about the FIG Congress at: www.fig.net/fig2022
It is still possible to register for online participation.

 

 

Louise Friis-Hansen
September 2022