FIDE approves the two-term limit proposal for its President

The International Chess Federation approved the two-term limit proposal for its President. It is reported by the press service of the federation. These amendments to the electoral regulations were made at the FIDE General Assembly in Batumi.
Recall that Russian Arkady Dvorkovich became FIDE President in October 2018. He was elected for a four-year term.

Since 1995, the head of FIDE was Kirsan Ilyumzhinov. Ilyumzhinov held this post for 23 years. Sandzi Buvaev’s article Ilyumzhinov’s Strategy will be published on www.kirsan.today on Monday, 22 October.